Posts Tagged ‘barack obama’

Eligibility Questions Now Focused on Obama Paternity/Maternity: Day 384

February 8, 2010

Author and investigator Jack Cashill (he who plumbed the depths of Obama’s “Dreams of My Father” and detected the hand of Bill Ayers) has come up with an interesting new theory about the origins of Barack Hussein “Steve”* Obama. His conclusion: that Obama’s biological father may be his putative grandfather Stanley Dunham and his mother, get this, Dunham’s black mistress. Cashill begins:

The murky circumstances of Obama’s birth invite attempts to make the known facts fit together. This article was prompted by two e-mails. The first asked me why I had never weighed in on the birth certificate controversy surrounding President Barack Obama.

I responded that although I was troubled by the lack of documentation regarding all phases of Obama’s history — I’d be content with his SAT scores — I could not understand why any pregnant American woman would go anywhere near Kenya.
The second e-mail was more interesting. It came from a Michigan entrepreneur named Don Wilkie, with whom I had not previously communicated. Knowing my interest in the authorship questions surrounding Obama’s writing, he presumed that I was intrigued as he was by a cryptic poem the nineteen-year old Obama wrote called “Pop,” the best thing that Obama himself has actually written.  He was right.
“Pop” relates an encounter between Obama and a man most reviewers presume to be Obama’s maternal grandfather, Stanley Dunham. Dunham would have been in his early sixties at the time. In the poem, Obama has “Pop” wondering drunkenly about the boy, “What to do with me, a green young man.”
The Obama of the poem is cynical, even a little bitter. He makes several allusions to the fact that he and the old man look and even smell alike, a fact that strikes Obama as more ironic than reassuring. The poem ends, however, with reconciliation when Pop stands and asks for a hug. Writes Obama:

I see my face, framed within
Pop’s black-framed glasses

And know he’s laughing too.

Wilkie offers a novel interpretation of “Pop.” Says Wilkie, “I think the poem zeros in on that poignant moment when Obama was told that his grandfather was in reality his father.”

Wilkie concedes his theory is “off-the-wall,” but he also offers photographic evidence to show that Obama much more closely resembles Dunham — especially by the telltale ears — than he does Barack Obama, Sr…..(rest of story at link below)

Source: American Thinker

h/t The Post & Email

*”But in the spirit of full disclosure, there are a few October surprises you’ll be finding out about in the coming weeks. First of all, my middle name is not what you think. It’s actually Steve. That’s right. Barack Steve Obama.”

(from remarks at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner; October 2008; video at 1:20)

Civil War Disguised as Politics : Day 21 – February 9, 2009

February 10, 2009

“I have an ominous feeling about the years ahead. With Obama, we have crossed the line that separates civil politics from civil war disguised as politics. Occupying the White House is a man known for his support and association with people (like leftist Kenyan politician Raila Amollo Odinga) for whom that line appears never to have existed. I predict that American politics as we have known it is gone. And unless we Americans wake up, more than civil politics will end up dead.”

Dr Alan Keyes (2/9/09) Alan Keyes was the Republican candidate for U.S. from Illinois v Barack Obama in 2004

Dr. Keyes describes the campaign that year:

So when I campaigned in Illinois…. I talked about Obama’s extremist support for abortion (including his unconscionable willingness to tolerate infanticide in Illinois hospitals); I described him as a hard line socialist, pointing out his uncompromising commitment to central government control of health care and education; I pointed to the contradiction between his professed support for traditional marriage and his consistent promotion of the homosexual agenda….

Obama’s organized thugs waged a war of threats and insults against Keyes:

…. I and my family encountered from the Obama forces the ugliest indignities I have ever experienced in politics: Parades in which Obama’s marshaled minions shouted curses and epithets almost every step of the way; and forums in which they rudely launched expletives with gestures just short of physical violence. At one such forum the environment they created was so ugly that my wife was visibly shaken, and my daughter in tears. Even on Election Day, when we went to the polling place to vote, a man there created a disturbance. He shouted insults. He acted in a physically threatening way. Nothing was done to stop him, and the pandering Illinois media breathed hardly a word about it in their so-called news coverage.

This reminds Keyes of 20th century thuggery and despots:

In all of this there was a hard edged disdain for decent civility that reminded me of the murderous invective Lenin launched against those who opposed the communist agenda. But it all took place behind a media fabricated façade of false hope and moderateness, like the propaganda screen behind which the totalitarians of the twentieth century hid their perpetration of atrocity.

Read the entire Alan Keyes piece here, another piece about the campaign here.

h/t Zach Jones

Dr. Alan Keyes

Dr. Alan Keyes


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