Monday, April 12, 2010
Kenyan Congress debates whether a Native born American can run for the Presidency
Well, that is actually not what they said, but that is what they mean as a result of Kenyan-born Barry Soweto ascension to the Presidency. These are their words kinda; I wonder if those bleeding heart liberals will ever admit that they are wrong. Tea Party crackpots who believe in the birther issue. Liberals like to dismiss with a wave of their hand arguments that are based in fact or lack of disclosure; which is actually the case with the Obama birther controversy.
A Hawaiian certificate of live birth is not a record of where someone is born. It is a birth registry after the fact by the parents. The argument from the crackpot tea party people is that Barry Soweto's mother flew back from Kenya to Hawaii right after his birth to record Barry's birth in Hawaii. The fact that the Hawaiian government refuses to release the evidence of Barry's birth certificate is prima facie evidence that there is a collusion to com mitt treason. To become President of the United States, one needs to PROVE that they were born within the Sovereign borders of the several states. If there is no proof then one is legally not the President; but a usurper. Now as Obama's world begins to unravel with the exposure of his non-record at the University of Chicago. He was never a Constitutional Law professor, nor was he even a professor, but just a self-entitled lazy dilletante. These are the words of fellow liberal college law professors,... well kinda of.
Was Barack the editor of the Harvard Law review? There is no evidence that he was. To be an editor of the Harvard law review, you need to write something. There is no evidence that Barack ever wrote anything, so no he was not the editor. You can of course prove me wrong and produce a written document by Barack, but while you are at it; why not send the birth certificate along or a copy of one of his 3 or 4 known social security numbers.
Kenyan official: Obama born here
In debate over constitution, minister urges African nation to emulate U.S. inclusion
Posted: April 11, 2010
6:22 pm Eastern
By Drew Zahn
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Kenyan MP James Orengo
A Kenyan lawmaker told the nation's parliament last month that Barack Obama was born in Africa and is therefore "not even a native American."
During debate over the draft of a new Kenyan constitution, James Orengo, the country's minister of lands and a member of parliament for the Ugenya constituency, cited America's election of a Kenyan-born president as an example of what can be accomplished when diverse peoples unite:
"If America was living in a situation where they feared ethnicity and did not see itself as a multiparty state or nation," Orengo posited, "how could a young man born here in Kenya, who is not even a native American, become the president of America?"
Orengo held up the U.S. as a country no longer "living in the past," since Americans elected a Kenyan-born president without regard to "ethnic consideration and objectives."
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Debate is then recorded in the Kenyan government's official March 25, 2010, hansard – a traditional name for printed transcripts of a parliamentary debate – as continuing with no other MPs mentioning or attempting to correct Orengo's comments about Obama
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