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The Father Lie

Last Tuesday (9/11/09), in his speech to America's schoolchildren, Obama repeated one of his most flagrant lies from  "Dreams..."

In his televised speech to the nation's schoolchildren, Obama said, "My father left my family when I was 2 years old, and I was raised by a single mom who had to work and who struggled at times to pay the bills and wasn't always able to give us the things that other kids had."

Senior left Hawaii on June 22, 1962, to attend Harvard -- six weeks before Obama's first birthday.  However, Obama's mother, Stanley Ann, had long-since left Hawaii for Seattle.

We KNOW, according to her grade
transcript from the University of Washington, that Stanley Ann was in Seattle only 15 days after Barack was born -- 10 months before Senior left Hawaii.  Senior didn't leave the family.  The family left Senior.  The question is why?

The bigger question, of course, is where was Stanley Ann in the first week of August, 1961?

There's another puzzle buried in the above quote -- "I was raised by a single mom who had to work and who struggled at times to pay the bills and wasn't always able to give us the things that other kids had."

Where did Stanley Ann get the money to move to Seattle?  Where did Stanley Ann get the money to live on
Capital Hill and maintain a home for herself and Barack?  Where did Stanley Ann get the money to attend the University of Washington?  She wasn't working.

The Dunhams were living in expensive rental property in Hawaii.  Stanley was a retail salesman. Madeline was beginning her career at the Bank of Hawaii (she would eventually become a bank vice-president).

We know Senior had no money.  He was always complaining about being broke.
The Goatherd Lie

In Obama's famous DNC Convention speech, Obama says, "My father was a foreign student, born and raised in a small village in Kenya.  He grew up herding goats, went to school in a tin-roof shack.  His father -- my grandfather -- was a cook, a domestic servant to the British."

Kezia, Obama Sr.'s first wife tells a story that puts Obama's account to lie.

Kezia said: In 1955 Obama Sr. was 18 and working in an office in Nairobi, when he took Kezia from her family at the age of 16.  Her father was furious.

"He did not like Obama.  My father and brothers came to Nairobi to bring me back.  They said I had to go back to school.

"When I wouldn't, they said they would never speak to me again.

"Barack was also worried about what his father would think because I was so young, but he gave us his approval.  Obama's father (often described as poor) sent my mother and father 14 cows for my dowry.


Just how can a cook, a domestic servant to the British, provide a dowry of 14 cattle for Senior's first wife?  Also, Obama's father had been working in a Nairobi office since the age 16, not herding goats.

As an aside, can you imagine if a Republican was running for president and it came out that his father had bought his first wife for 14 cows???!!!Just wow!!

The Kennedy's Lie
Obama went on to tell his audience that the Kennedys -- Jack and Bobby -- decided to do an airlift.  They would bring some young Africans over so that they could be educated and learn all about America.  His grandfather heard that call and sent his son, Barack Obama, Sr., to America.

The problem with that scenario is that, having been born in August 1961, the future senator was not conceived until sometime in November 1960.  So, if his African grandfather heard words that "sent a shout across oceans," inspiring him to send his goat-herder son to America, it was not Democrat Jack Kennedy he heard, or his brother Bobby, it was Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Actually, Senior was awarded an American sponsored scholarship in economics to the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  He was selected by a former Kenyan cabinet minister, the late Tom Mboya, who was earmarked as the successor to Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first prime minister.

The presumption was that Senior would return to Africa and use his "Western-honed skills in a new Kenya."
More Kennedy's Lies
The Obama campaign has made political points over Hillary Clinton’s dishonest comments about coming under "sniper fire" in Bosnia, but Obama also has some opportunistic lies for which to account.  The Washington Post calls it "overstating," but make no mistake; this is a flat-out lie: Obama Overstates Kennedys’ Role in Helping His Father.

Addressing civil rights activists in Selma, Ala., a year ago, Sen. Barack Obama traced his "very existence" to the generosity of the Kennedy family, which he said paid for his Kenyan father to travel to America on a student scholarship and thus meet his Kansan mother.

The Camelot connection has become part of the mythology surrounding Obama’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.  After Caroline Kennedy endorsed his candidacy in January, Newsweek commentator Jonathan Alter reported that she had been struck by the extraordinary way in which "history replays itself" and by how "two generations of two families -- separated by distance, culture and wealth -- can intersect in strange and wonderful ways."

It is a touching story -- but the key details are either untrue or grossly oversimplified.

Contrary to Obama’s claims in speeches in January at American University and in Selma last year, the Kennedy family did not provide the funding for a September 1959 airlift of 81 Kenyan students to the United States that included Obama’s father.  According to historical records and interviews with participants, the Kennedys were first approached for support for the program nearly a year later, in July 1960.  The family responded with a $100,000 donation, most of which went to pay for a second airlift in September 1960.

Obama spokesman Bill Burton acknowledged yesterday that the senator from Illinois had erred in crediting the Kennedy family with a role in his father’s arrival in the United States.  He said the Kennedy involvement in the Kenya student program apparently "started 48 years ago, not 49 years ago as Obama has mistakenly suggested in the past."
Food Stamps Lie
Following Obama's recent dumb comment about small town Americans clinging to guns and religion, he defended himself by claiming that the notion of elitist is absurd because of his poor upbringing.  He said that his mother was on food stamps, so how could he be an elitist in his upbringing?

Here is the Time article written by Joe Klein in 2006, long before Obama decided to run for president.  Back then, he was seen as the rising star within Democratic Party, and he didn't worry about critics breathing down his neck.

Here is the key excerpt from the article:

"For example, I was going to a fancy prep school, and my mother was on food stamps while she was getting her Ph.D."

That is what Obama said.  He went to a fancy private school that today costs $25,000 per, and up -- and his mother was studying for a Ph.D.

What Obama doesn't tell you is that he was in Punahou School in the 70's and mom studied for her Ph. D. in the early 90's.  Here is the Wikipedia entry:

In 1992 she earned a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Hawai'i with a dissertation titled Peasant blacksmithing in Indonesia: Surviving and Thriving Against All Odds.

That was thirteen years after Obama graduated from his "fancy prep school."

Obama consciously conflated these two events to produce a defense he knows to be untrue.
Ambition Lie
Obama said, "I'm not running because I'm trying to fulfill some long-held plan."

Oh, really?

Iis Darmawan, 63, Obama's teacher in 1970, remembers him as an exceptionally tall and curly haired child who quickly picked up the local language and had sharp math skills. "He wrote an essay  titled, 'I Want To Become President,'" the teacher said.

In 1971, Obama's sister Maya, has also said, "There was always a joke between my mom and Barack that he would be the first black president."

In 1991, David B. Wilkins , the Kirkland and Ellis professor of law, said he advised Obama to become a Supreme Court Clerk.  "Obama recognized the honor in pursuing that post," Wilkins said, but quickly added that he wasn’t interested.

“He said that he wanted to write a book about his life and his father, go back to Chicago, get back into the community, and run for office there.  He knew exactly what he wanted and went about getting it done,” Wilkins said.

In 1992,
Obama's brother-in-law, Craig Robinson pulled him aside and asked about his plans.  "He said, 'I think I’d like to teach at some point in time, and maybe run for public office,'" recalls Robinson, who assumed Senator Obama meant he’d like to run for city alderman.  "He said no -- at some point he’d like to run for the U.S. Senate.  And then he said, 'Possibly even run for President at some point.'  And I was like, 'Okay, but don’t say that to my Aunt Gracie.'  I was protecting him from saying something that might embarrass him."

In 1993, Obama began teaching at the University of Chicago Law School, where he declined to pursue a tenure-track post, hoping to save time for politics.

The one thread, that remains consistent, throughout Obama's life, is his teacher's, mentor's and friend's recollection of Obama's single-minded pursuit of high political office.
Never Happened Lie
Obama's new TV ad says he "worked his way" through college and law school.  His campaign says he had two summer jobs.

Obama’s latest ad repeats an often-stated claim, saying he "worked his way through college and Harvard Law."  We know Obama took out loans to get himself through school.  But the campaign provided information on just two jobs Obama had in those years, and they were both in the summer.

The ad begins with the announcer telling us that Obama "worked his way through college and Harvard Law."  Actually, Obama took out loans to get himself through college, as we heard in a 60-second ad his campaign began running last month.  We don't know how much assistance his family provided.

But "worked his way" through college and law school?  The only back-up the campaign provided for this claim was a quote from Obama's book "Dreams from My Father" having to do with a construction job he had one summer while he was in college, and an article mentioning his job as a summer associate one year at a big Chicago law firm (where he first met Bernadine Dohrn, the terrorist).  We asked campaign spokesman Tommy Vietor if Obama held jobs during the school year, or other summer jobs, but he said only, "He had the two jobs I told you about." 

Unless Obama had a good bit more employment than his spokesman was able to describe for us, it's a real stretch to claim he "worked his way" through school.
Senior Served In World War II
In June 2008, Obama Falsely Claimed His Father Served In World War II:

Obama: "My father served in World War II, and when he came home, he got the services that he needed." (Sen. Barack Obama, Remarks At The NALEO Conference, Washington, DC, 6/28/08) -- source:  CNN Transcripts

Of course, if Senior did serve, he served as the little drummer boy, since he would have been 9 years old at the end of hostilities.

Obama says his father served in World War II  (00:18)
Barack Hussein Obama Sr. (Obama’s father) was born on 4/4/1936, and died on 11/24/1982 at the age of 46.  He was 3 years old when WW II started, and 9 years old when it ended.

Lolo Soetoro (Obama’s step father) was born in 1935, and died on 3/2/1987 at the age of 52.  He was 4 years old when WW II started, and 10 years old when it ended.

Related:  Obama, Shamelessly and Hypocritically Lying.  Again.
Life Magazine Lie
In his memoir, Obama writes of one of the watershed moments of his racial awareness -- time and again in remarkable detail.  It is a story about a Life magazine article that influenced him.  The report was about a black man who tried to bleach his skin white.  When Obama was told no such article could be found in Life, he says "it might have been Ebony."

He is 9 years old, living in Indonesia, where he and his mother moved with her new husband, Lolo Soetoro, a few years earlier.  One day while visiting his mother, who was working at the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Obama passed time by looking through several issues of Life magazine.  He came across an article that he later would describe as feeling like an "ambush attack."

The article included photos of a black man who had destroyed his skin with powerful chemical lighteners that promised to make him white.  Instead, the chemicals had peeled off much of his skin, leaving him sad and scarred, Obama recalled.

"I imagine other black children, then and now, undergoing similar moments of revelation," Obama wrote of the magazine photos in "Dreams."

Yet no such photo exists, according to historians at the magazine.  No such photos, no such article.  When asked about the discrepancy, Obama said in a recent interview, "It might have been an Ebony or it might have been ... who knows what it was?"  (At the request of the Tribune, archivists at Ebony searched their catalogue of past articles, none of which matched what Obama recalled.)

In fact, it is surprising, based on interviews with more than two dozen people who knew Obama during his nearly four years in Indonesia, that it would take a photograph in a magazine to make him conscious of the fact that some people might treat him differently in part because of the color of his skin.
Ghost Writers In The Sky
Evidence continues to mount that Barack Obama had substantial help from Bill Ayers in the creation of his 1995 book, Dreams From My Father, a book that Time Magazine has called "the best-written memoir ever produced by an American politician."  The evidence falls into five general categories, here summarized.

The discovery of new matching nautical metaphors from both Ayers and Obama that almost assuredly came from the same source: Ayers, a former merchant seaman.

The discovery of a Bill Ayers' essay on memoir writing, whose postmodern themes and phrases are echoed throughout Dreams.

A newly discovered book chapter from 1990 that shows clearly and painfully the limits of Obama's prose style the year he received a contract to write Dreams.

The revelation by radical Islamicist Rashid Khalidi that Ayers made his "dining room table" available for neighborhood writers who needed help.

A refined timeline that shows Ayers had the means, the motive and the time to help Obama when he needed it most.

Jack Cashill lays it all out in great detail . . . and contends that this essay, published by the radical Students Agaianst Militarism (SAM), represents the single best example of Obama’s native writing skills yet unearthed.

Cashill says it should put an end to the charade that Barack Obama wrote his 1995 memoir "Dreams From My Father" unaided, but it probably won’t.  The literary left has committed itself to Obama’s genius.

"He wrote it himself," esteemed British author Jonathan Raban wrote of Obama’s Dreams just last week in The Wall Street Journal.  "Every sentence has its own graceful cadence.  He could just as easily have been a novelist as a politician."

In "Breaking The War Mentality" every sentence clunks.  Obama not only makes scores of basic grammatical errors -- these, with practice, he might have learned to correct -- but he also fails to turn one lively or concise or even interesting phrase in the entire essay.

Here are some samples.
Christian Myth
Barack Obama announced last Thursday that he has begun a web site to fight 'rumors,'"  Andy Martin states.  "To be sure, some of what is said about Obama is exaggerated or untrue.  I refuse to publish a great deal of anti-Obama material that crosses my desk.  But much of what Obama characterizes as 'rumor' is true.  Obama has been lying about his family and his religious past his entire life.  This time he will not get away with his lies."

"Obama says in large print and underlines 'Senator Obama has never been a Muslim, was not raised a Muslim, and is a committed Christian," Martin states.  "Two thirds of that claim are bald-faced lies.  The last third, about Obama's Christianity, has never been adequately documented.  Most people who are baptized have a Baptismal Certificate.  I call on Obama to release his Baptismal Certificate or record.  Many Americans do not believe that sitting in the pews, listening to Reverend Jeremiah Wright's racist jeremiads for two decades qualifies anyone to be a 'committed Christian.'"  Committed racist and America-hater, maybe.

I have corresponded with three Chicago-area journalists, inquiring about a baptism.  There is NO record, anywhere, of Barack Hussein Obama ever having been baptized.  He is only a Christian because he says so -- although I don't believe the Trinity UCC church is a Christian Church -- it is a Black African church and their website is very clear about that.  From the Trinity UCC website:

The vision statement of Trinity United Church of Christ is based upon the systematized liberation theology that started in 1969 with the publication of Dr. James Cone’s book, Black Power and Black Theology.

Black theology is one of the many theologies in the Americas that became popular during the liberation theology movement. They include Hispanic theology, Native American theology, Asian theology and Womanist theology.

That stuff isn't theology -- it's politics!
Farrakhan Lie
In Levittown, Penn., today, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, was asked about his church’s magazine giving an award to Rev. Louis Farrakhan.  "This was done by a magazine that was connected to the church," Obama explained.  "I would have never done it.  It was primary focused on the rehabilitation work that they do for ex-offenders in Chicago.  That doesn’t excuse it, that just explains it."

The first time Obama said this, I could believe he was misinformed [update: indeed, the first time he said this, he only said he "assumed" this was the reason].  The second time, perhaps that he was caught off guard and didn’t have his story straight.  Now, I can only conclude that he is intentionally choosing to blatantly lie about this, hoping that no one will notice and call him on it.

Let’s recall the facts: The magazine explicitly explained in the video it prepared for the banquet at which Farrakhan was honored that it was honoring Farrakhan for his purported dedication to "truth, education, and leadership."  [Surprise, surprise, the video seems to have been pulled from YouTube.]  Obama's spiritual mentor Rev. Wright, meanwhile praised Farrakhan in the magazine for his "astounding and eye-opening" analysis of the "racial ills of this nation," a "perspective" that is "helpful and honest."  I even got hold of the interview the magazine did with Farrakhan.  No mention was made in any of these sources of "rehabilitation work for ex-offenders."
I Will Not Run Lie
Responding to questions about his intent to serve out the six year senate term, Obama says, in this video, (link removed), that he will not run for the presidency in four years.

Notice:  The video has disappeared. Using WayBackMachine, I found two links -- both played empty videos -- a lot of stuff is being scrubbed from the web.

Here is what he said in the video:

"I think I've been very clear.  Ah-ah-mumble-mumble, there's a presidential election in four years.  I'm not running for president in four years."

Here is a backup story -- during a meeting with reporters at his Illinois campaign headquarters after his election to the U.S. Senate, he ridiculed as "a silly question" whether he would run for president or vice president before his term ends in 2011.  "I’ve never worked in Washington," he said. "I can unequivocally say I will not be running for national office in four years, and my entire focus is making sure that I’m the best possible senator on behalf of the people of Illinois."
I'm Still Not Running Lie
On "Meet the Press," Tim Russert and Obama had the following exchange:

Russert: "When we talked back in November of '04 after your election, I said, 'There's been enormous speculation about your political future.  Will you serve your six-year term as United States senator from Illinois?'"

Obama: "I will serve out my full six-year term.  You know, Tim, if you get asked enough, sooner or later you get weary and you start looking for new ways of saying things.  But my thinking has not changed."

Russert: "So you will not run for president or vice president in 2008?"

Obama: "I will not."
Delusions Or Lies
Barack Obama says world leaders "see me as a conservative."

He may be regarded as a Communist trying to nationalize health care by his fiercest detractors at home, but other world leaders see him as a conservative, he declared on Sunday.

"I can't tell you how many foreign leaders, who are heads of centre-right governments, say to me 'I don't understand why people would call you socialist, in my country you would be considered a conservative'," Obama told CNN.

"I can't tell you how many foreign leaders..." -- that's because the notion is ridiculous.  He's just making up stories again.  It's the one thing that Obama does very well.
I Don't Smoke Lie
Barack Obama says you won't catch him lighting up a cigarette in the smoke-free White House.

"There are times where I've fallen off the wagon," the president-elect said when asked in a broadcast interview whether he has kicked the habit.

"I've done a terrific job, under the circumstances, of making myself much healthier," he said.  "And I think that you will not see any violations of these rules in the White House," he said on Sunday's "Meet the Press" on NBC.

Obama told the magazine Men's Health in an interview for its November issue that he wished he had more time for staying fit and that he still occasionally smoked a cigarette.

Obama said in that interview that he had bummed a cigarette a couple of times during the campaign.  "But I figure, seeing as I'm running for president, I need to cut myself a little slack," he said.

Operative words -- "...you will not see any violations of these rules in the White House." -- not quite the same as "I won't smoke..."  If only Obama had as much personal character as his  personal arrogance.
What Obama Has Said about His Own Birth
In September 2009, Obama addressed the nation's schoolchildren writ large, an innovation that struck many on the right as a wee bit too Big-Brotherly.  In the talk, Obama asked America's students to take personal responsibility.  That was all well enough.

Missed in the media hubbub, however, was his take on why this could be difficult for some students.  "I get it," he told the kiddies.  "I know what that's like.  My father left my family when I was two years old, and I was raised by a single mother."

In his 1995 memoir Dreams from My Father, Obama made the same claim.  "He had left Hawaii back in 1963," he wrote of Obama Sr., "when I was only two years old."

When Obama wrote this in Dreams, he may have been relating what he had himself been told. By 2009, he knew better, but so vested was he in the story, and so useful had it been in his rise, that he continued to dissemble, even before millions of schoolchildren.

Well done synopsis.  Continue reading here . . .
"I Do A Lot Of Praying"
Matt Schneider describes an interview with Diane Sawyer, in which Obama spoke confidently about the mission in Libya, while also taking a moment to make light of some recent criticism he's received. Obama predicted that Gaddafi knows "the noose is tightening" and that the people of Libya will soon be free from being under his control.

Obama elaborated on the rationale behind persuading the international community to handle Libya:

I think that it is precisely because we organized an international coalition, we don't have to shoulder this entire burden.  I mean, the fact of the matter is it's not going to be U.S. planes that are maintaining the no-fly zone.  It is a NATO operation . . . what I didn't want was a situation in which everybody else was a free rider on our U.S. military.  I wanted to make sure you guys say this is important to you, make sure that you are actually putting some skin in the game.

Additionally, Obama reveals to Sawyer:

I do a lot of praying. Absolutely. Every night, right before I go to bed. You know, and I am praying that -- I'm making the best possible decisions, and that I've got the strength to serve the American people well. And frankly as President of the United States, you know, your responsibilities extend beyond beyond our borders. And these decisions are difficult.

Finally, Obama addresses the fact that many criticized him for taking a few minutes to complete a NCAA basketball bracket. Obama humorously responds, "obviously, I hadn't been spending that much time studying it since I don't have anybody in the Final Four."

Watch the clip from ABC News here . . .

I don't know whether Obama prays, or not, but it just seems natural to archive this under "Lies."

I can believe Obama's praying he doesn't get found out, but I just want to know if Obama's kneeling on a rug and facing east when he does it?
Obama's MySpace Page

Obama's MySpace page showed his age as 52 in 2009 making his birth year 1957 instead of 1961.  As far as I know this anomaly disappeared down the memory hole.
Obama's Trip To Ireland Is Naked Electioneering 
Cristina Odone says that Barack Obama is no more O’Bama than I am O’Done.  And the Irish know it.  They’re watching, bemused, as the most powerful man in the world comes to visit their President and Taoiseach, then visit Moneygall, home of his great-great-great grandfather.  They know it’s not their smiling eyes he’s visiting for -- but for the 35,975,855 Americans who claim Irish roots.  That’s a sizeable chunk of the electorate and geographically strategic, too: Irish-Americans are numerous in precisely those states, like Ohio and Pennsylvania, that often prove to be decisive during presidential elections.

Obama’s O’Bama act will strike Irish Catholics on both sides of the Atlantic as highly hypocritical not only because, as his autobiography "Dreams from My Father" shows, his Kenyan heritage, not the Irish one, shaped his vision; but also because during his reign, Obama has pursued an anti-Catholic agenda that has been unapologetically pro-abortion and pro stem cell research.  His stand on the death penalty is no different from previous administrations, and his U-turn on Guantanamo Bay betrays a disregard for human life that offends Catholic teaching.  For Catholic Ireland, his trip is not so much the return of the Prodigal Son as the photo-op of the wayward cousin.

What a contrast Obama’s electioneering provides to the Queen’s heartfelt and dignified state visit to Ireland last week.  Hers was a profoundly moving gesture of reconciliation: after so much blood was spilled on both sides -- not least that of one of her dearest relatives, Lord Mountbatten -- Queen Elizabeth was making an effort to bridge two countries that for hundreds of years have been at war.  Every ceremony, every state occasion was steeped in genuine emotion.

I suspect Obama’s Machiavellian tactic will backfire.  The Irish will spin it as a PR triumph capable of regenerating their tourism rather than as a politically momentous occasion; the Irish Americans will quite rightly view the trip as a desperate, last ditch appeal to them.

O’Bama, oh why sink so low?

While watching the hypocrite O'Bama sharing a pint with his "cousins," remember this direct quote from "Dreams . . .":

"I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of twelve or thirteen, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites."

He wrote that as an adult -- in the mid-nineties -- not as a child.

Now, if it means votes, it's okay to be descended from dead white Europeans.

Yesterday, Obama was a Church of Ireland Irishman, but that was only for yesterday.  Today he goes back to reciting the Shahada five times a day.
I Was Two Years Old
ABC's Mary Bruce (@marykbruce) reports that with Father's Day just around the corner on June 19th, Obama has penned an essay detailing how the absence of his own father inspired him to be a better parent, saying "I always felt his absence."

"I grew up without a father around.  I have certain memories of him taking me to my first jazz concert and giving me my first basketball as a Christmas present.  But he left when I was two years old," Obama writes in an essay to be published in the upcoming edition of People Magazine.

He explains that while he and his sister were "lucky enough to be raised by a wonderful mother and caring grandparents," he always felt his father's absence and "wondered what it would have been like if he had been a greater presence in my life."

"I still do.  It is perhaps for this reason that fatherhood is so important to me, and why I've tried so hard to be there for my own children," Obama writes.

Obama admits that he hasn't always been the perfect father and that time away from his family has been difficult, especially during the rigors of the 2008 campaign.

"That's not to say I've always been a perfect dad. I haven't.  When Malia and Sasha were younger, work kept me away from home more than it should have.  At times, the burden of raising our two daughters has fallen too heavily on Michelle.  During the campaign, not a day went by that I didn't wish I could spend more time with the family I love more than anything else in the world," he writes.

"But through my own experiences, and my continued efforts to be a better father, I have learned something over the years about what children need most from their parents."

A wonderful story, but it's a lie -- still.

Obama's alleged father never left when he was two years old.  Stanley Ann Dunham and little Barry were in Seattle, Washington, within days of Barry's birth.  The two remained in Seattle until January or February 1963.

Senior left Hawaii in June 1962 for Harvard.

Barak Obama of Kenya, Stanley Ann Dunham of Kansas, and Barack Hussein Obama of wherever, were never, ever a "family" and they never, ever lived under the same roof -- except for the brief "mystery trip" in 1971 -- no matter what those birth announcements say.

Obama is still lying about his origins two and one-half years after usurping the Office.
I Be Workin'
John Stevens is reporting that Barack Obama has spoken about how he has failed to spend enough time with his daughters, despite pledging to learn from his father who left him when he was two years old [another lie].  He revealed how he regrets how his work has stopped him spending more time with his daughters Malia, 12, and Sasha, 10, as they grow up, and admitted that he had not been a "perfect dad"

"When Malia and Sasha were younger, work kept me away from home more than it should have," he wrote in an article about parenting for People magazine.

Zip says, "that’s right, 72 rounds of golf and this guy has the sheer balls to complain his work prevents him from seeing more of his kids."
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