If You Like Your Kenyan Royalty, You Can Keep Your Kenyan Royalty

Obama has been a birther for his entire life :

When I first met Barry, when he showed up I think it was the summer before fifth grade, he was hanging out at the tennis courts. And at the time that was the very Wimbledon-like, where everyone had to wear white clothes and white tennis shoes. Very careful about the soles of the shoes because you didn’t want to scuff up the courts, mark them up.

So yeah, I can picture him as this slightly — “chubby” is too strong, but rounded, short little guy, Barry Obama. And he told us that his father was an Indonesian king and that he was a prince, and after he finished school he was going to go back, and he would be a ruler in Indonesia. And I absolutely believed him.

I understand that he told his fifth-grade class that he was Kenyan royalty, but I never heard that story until years later. My sister and I remember very clearly that he was an Indonesian prince and that he would be going back there.

I think part of the reason that he came up with being an Indonesian prince or a Kenyan prince to his fifth-grade class was sort of that sense of OK, I feel a little different, so I’d better be something a little fancier, because it was a fancy school.

The FRONTLINE Interview: Kristen Caldwell | The Choice 2012 | FRONTLINE | PBS

He has been a delusional, lying nutcase – living in a fantasy world for his entire life.

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6 Responses to If You Like Your Kenyan Royalty, You Can Keep Your Kenyan Royalty

  1. Okie says:

    And this isn’t published until his second term. The media also needs to be prosecuted for treason.

  2. gator69 says:

    Obama doesn’t know where he was born. And I believe he wishes it was anywhere other than the US.

    • Okie says:

      We don’t know where he was born, but we know how he was born. He is the bastard child of a polygamist marxist and a confused atheist.

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