How about it? When will we know anything about your life besides the fairy tale you have told us in your book?
Why not deflect the message of the campaign from your dismal record or your successful record depending upon which viewpoint one takes to the real issues of life. Where were you born? Where are your college records? Why did you give up your law license? Who were your girlfriends? What kind of car did you drive? Who paid for your expensive tuition at Punahow? Who paid for your trip to Kenya during college? Which passport did you use to travel to Africa? Why did you change your name from Soetero to Obama? When did you change your name to Obama? Who did you work for as a Community Organizer? Who paid your tuition at Occidental and Columbia College? Why do you hate your mother so much?
- Proof Barack Obama Is An Indonesian Citizen, More Probable Than Romney’s Tax Scandal (independentsentinel.com)
- Bombshell: The Real Reason Barack Obama And Michele Lost Their Law License (federaljack.com)
- What’s Barry Soetero Hiding? (lewrockwell.com)
Originally posted on Fellowship of the Minds:
The [British] National Archives (BNA) is an executive agency of the government of the United Kingdom. Based in Kew in southwest London, the BNA is the UK government’s official archive, containing 1,000 years of history from Domesday Book to the present, with records from parchment and paper scrolls to digital files and archived websites, including Foreign Office and Colonial Office correspondence and files. The collections held by the BNA can be searched using their online catalogue. Entrance to the Archives is free.
On April 18, 2012, the BNA released the first batch of thousands of “lost” colonial-era files believed to have been destroyed, including files on Britain’s former colony of Kenya. Reporters at the UK’s The Guardian were among the first who looked at some of the newly released colonial files. They found that the name of Barack Obama (henceforth, Obama Sr.), the father of the POS in the White House, is on the top of a list of names revealed in a hitherto secret British colonial file of Kenyans studying in the United States.