Exposing The Original Birther

America is infested with very dumb people who claim Barack Obama was born in Kenya. And the first one of those birthers was Barack Obama in 1991

Born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii’

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34 Responses to Exposing The Original Birther

  1. _Jim says:

    A manipulative psychopath; I don’t think I need say much more. His mask has also slipped off on so many occasions to the point I don’t think he cares to wear it anymore …

  2. R Shearer says:

    Clearly a typographical error.

    • _Jim says:

      Did you read that as “Exposing The Original Bircher” by chance? We have those here too …

    • Mac says:

      Yeah, clearly. It’s just so easy to print “Kenya” in thousands of press books when you obviously meant “Hawaii”. Happens to me all the time. I’d better get a new keyboard, pronto.

      • Tel says:

        Surprisingly every birther types “Kenya” when they mean to type “Hawaii”, just like you do.

        Every single one of them, amazing huh? What are the odds?

        • Mac says:

          And, even more surprisingly (Okay… Not really), every Obamabot automaton drone impulsively and reflexively defends everything their savior says and does, no matter how illegal, oppressive, and immoral it might be.

          I didn’t write the Acton & Dystel pressbook in 1991 where it says he was born in Kenya. So, don’t act like there’s no basis for your hero’s being a psychopath, manipulator, and a liar, at the very least.

  3. Jason Calley says:

    Certainly a convenient thing for anyone who is going to college and getting a scholarship payment for being a foreign student.

    Kenya? Hawaii? Unless the Constitution is enforced, it does not matter. His fellow demons say, “What difference does it make?”

  4. philjourdan says:

    Since his mother was American (by birth), he is a citizen, so he did not have to lie about where he was born. But then all he seems capable of doing is lying, so I guess that is just barack being himself.

    • gator69 says:

      That is not true. BOTH my parents were Americans by birth, and my citizenship was questioned just a few years ago. If it were not for my parents doggedness and good record keeping, I would not have been able to RENEW MY PASSPORT. I was not looking to lead the free world, just wanted to go visit my uncle in Mexico, and my AMERICAN PASSPORT had expired.

      Citizenship can be challenged for many reasons, and American parents mean nothing.

      • philjourdan says:

        Actually they do – and the idiots questioning yours are what is suspect. The ruling statute is the US Code, Title 8, Section 1401. http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1401

        • gator69 says:

          Actually they don’t. I tried to argue this same point and was told that without the proper documentation, my citizenship was null and void.

          I lived through the nightmare and know the truth.

        • philjourdan says:

          I am not questioning the fact that you were harassed. However, the law is clear, and they were idiots. Any official can question anything and make life miserable for legitimate people. They will always lose in court, but they do not care. Just making your life miserable is their goal.

        • gator69 says:

          (Sigh)

          OK. Let’s try a little game. Do we have a constitution? Has it been followed to the letter of late?

          Now, imagine there are other laws on the books. Laws that say that certain individuals need ‘papers’ in order for their citizenship to be viable, and voila you have a legal conundrum.

          Unless you have been through this, you do not know what you are speaking of.

        • philjourdan says:

          gator – we are in complete agreement! That is exactly what I have been saying. The cretins were not following the law. But they did have the power regardless.

          But just because they are either ignorant of the law or flouted and abused it, does not mean we should not at least be aware of the law. 2 wrongs do not make a right.

    • Gail Combs says:

      If a child’s mother was American and his father of another nationality then he has DUAL citizenship until he turns 18. At that point the child must make a choice because the USA does not recognize DUAL citizenship.

      My boy friend in senor high was agonizing over this decision because his MOTHER was American and his father Canadian. He decided to go Canadian.

      Any bets Obummer decided to go Kenyan (or Indonesian) so he could attend college as a foreign citizen? Any bets that is why his Columbia Univ records are closed????

      • philjourdan says:

        Actually he does not have to chose. As long as he does not renounce his American Citizenship. America recognizes him as an American. The other countries can recognize him with as many as they want.

  5. ralphcramdo says:

    Michelle Obama Admits Barack Hussein Obama’s Home Country is Kenya

  6. James says:

    As I have said, through history government becomes the biggest oppressor of people. To get power, those who thirst for it, promise the people a great life given by the government (you didn’t build that plays in here). Once power is secured then all opposition must be eliminated. Anything that goes against these politicians, must be demonized. Hence anyone pointing these Obama inconsistencies out are attacked, branded with a name (birthers) and demonized so they will shut up and go away. Question everything people regardless what party runs the show.

    • _Jim says:

      File this in the category of: “When you make a conscious decision to deprive people of their voices, you may not like who they choose to speak for them.

      – – – – –

      The Establishment’s Conspiracy to Silence Conservatives Could Destroy Our Country
      by Kurt Schlichter | Jun 23, 2014

      The establishment – defined less by party than by power – is using every weapon it has to shut you up, to marginalize you, and to beat you into submission. In the short term it may work. In the long term it promises disaster.

      The key to any democratic republic is legitimacy. If the system allows a full and fair airing of different views before a decision is made, groups that lose the debate will accept the decision. You are disappointed if the other side won fair and square. But you are furious if the other side cheated.

      And all the other side does today is cheat. Worse, it does so with a mindless cynicism, having discovered that if other elements of the establishment play along – like a mainstream media that refuses to perform its accountability function – then there are no immediate consequences. Over time, this risks of alienating nearly half of our citizens.

      Sometimes the establishment cheats subtly. It can take the form of mockery, like when the President tried to belittle into silence the millions of Americans who doubt the climate change scam for believing that if the globe was really warming then the globe would actually be getting warmer.

      Don’t think it’s only the leftist establishmentarians doing it. John Boehner felt secure enough to mock the majority of his own party for daring to have doubts about the wisdom of importing 30 million new Democrat voters. Shut up and stop being crybabies, chided the famously tan crybaby.

      They love to deploy baseless slanders to figuratively ball-gag you and drive you out of the debate. Hate the idea of fascist college campus kangaroo courts run by academic Red Guards who, when examining the fallout of some beer-fueled hook-up, always presume the guilt of the drunken sophomore who has the penis and the victimhood of the drunken sophomore who doesn’t? Well, you must support rape!

      Oh, and you’re racist too because you reject the lies of leftism and refuse to join the Kreepy Kollectivist Klan. Even if you are black. Especially if you are black.

      Sometimes the establishment cheats blatantly. The administration simply ordered a couple dozen changes to Obamacare in direct violation of the statute. It doesn’t even pretend to follow our immigration laws.

      And there’s no accountability. Facilitating the transfer of guns to Mexican drug gangs? No biggie. Four dead Americans in Benghazi? Fake scandal. Using the IRS to harass political opponents? Hell, the establishment thinks that’s a good thing. The Democrats supposed to be overseeing the IRS actually apologized to the IRS.

      This IRS example is much more serious than just one single scandal. You have a substantial number of citizens who believe they have been grievously wronged. The IRS laughably contends that all the potential evidence has vanished down history’s most convenient memory hole. The establishment shrugs, winks, and refuses to enforce the system’s legal processes to determine if there has been wrongdoing. Now, is it a really great idea to tell about half the population that they are simply not entitled to seek redress of their grievances through the law? Any ideas from, say, American history about what can happen when you abandon the rule of law?

      If the law means nothing, if half the people can’t avail themselves of it, and if there are no consequences for violating it, then what is there for the loyal opposition to be loyal to?

      It must be liberating for the establishment to be free of accountability. “Oh, we couldn’t possibly do that,” they initially thought. “There’d be hell to pay!” Except, when they did it there was no hell to pay. There were no valiant establishment politicians who put country above party and pushed back. The mainstream media didn’t just roll over; it covered up when it wasn’t actively cheerleading. If Nixon was a Democrat in office today, the New York Times would run a front page, above-the-fold story on #YesAllWomen heroine Rosemary Woods and the patriarchal, cisnormative assault on her secretarial skills.

      Can you smell the Pulitzer?

      As I talk about in my new book, Conservative Insurgency (Coming out July 15th), this cynical establishment strategy risks changing our system from one defined by rules into one defined by raw power. Thuggery can work for a little while, but eventually people get fed up. Conservatives are actively marginalized, socially and politically, but is it realistic to think we will simply throw in the towel and obey? Destroying our political norms won’t silence the establishment’s foes; it will radicalize them.

      Your opponents are not going to play by the rulebook you’ve just thrown out.

      Is that what you establishment types want? What goes around comes around – hard. Europe’s elite’s similar disenfranchisement strategy is giving rise to nontraditional parties, both sensible ones like UKIP and scary ones like Greece’s Golden Dawn. When you make a conscious decision to deprive people of their voices, you may not like who they choose to speak for them.

      Here, our ex-majority leader’s fate is a stark warning of what happens when the people you have been taking for granted take you for a ride. You better start listening to what we keep telling you. The Tea Party shook you up, but you told yourself that the madness had all blown over. Eric Cantor? Oh, uh, well, it couldn’t possibly have been caused by his amnesty fetish because if it were you might have to change what you’re doing and your Chamber of Commerce pals would totally be mad!

      So the establishment will keep doing what it’s been doing. But they may just unleash a horde of what they will see as anti-establishment, bunny-boiling Glenn Closes who simply won’t be ignored.

      – – – – – – – –

      These ‘people’ in power seem to forget we once fought (1) a War of Independence and (2) a (The) Civil War in this country; I don’t think we like very much being ‘stepped on’. The North won once, but that was back in the 1860’s.

      .

  7. Gamecock says:

    The fraud is not that he is a Kenyan, unable to be president. Rather, it is that he lied for a decade, concealing his American birth, to garner the advantages as a foreign student.

    Felonious, either way.

  8. IskurBlast says:

    IMHO he was born in Hawaii but he lied to Harvard about being born in Kenya to get a fulbright scholarship. That is why we aren’t allowed to see his Harvard records.

    • _Jim says:

      Not entirely surprising for a psychopath.

      Viewed a movie last night which portrayed a psychopath … “Miami Blues” with Alec Baldwin (who worked the part perhaps too well; type cast perhaps?).

      Man acting purely without conscience is a dangerous thing.

    • philjourdan says:

      I am sure he did lie. He would not take up the habit at this stage of his life if he was not well practiced in it already.

  9. Kurt says:

    By the time he got into Harvard Law school he must have already been thinking about a political career. Would lying about his citizenship have been a pretty stupid and risky thing to do? And, unless I’m mistaken, most presidents presidential candidates haven’t released their schools records. Perhaps some have, but it hardly seems to be standard.

  10. Kurt says:

    By the time he got into Harvard Law school he must have already been thinking about a political career. Wouldn’t lying about his citizenship have been a pretty stupid and risky thing to do? And, unless I’m mistaken, most presidents presidential candidates haven’t released their schools records. Perhaps some have, but it hardly seems to be standard.

    • _Jim says:

      Psychopaths worry about minor details? Nothing another ‘con job’ won’t overcome …

    • philjourdan says:

      stupid? Only if you thought you were going to get caught. How many crooks make their plans based upon being caught?

    • philjourdan says:

      By the time he got into law school, he was still huffing. I doubt he was thinking about more than his next high. And his performance supports that.

      Either you were always a “goody 2 shoes” or you never had a life. Bush, Kerry, Gore, Kennedy – all well accomplished politicians. And all have lots of stupid stunts in their college past. So does Obama, but you seem to assign some sort of mysticism to him that extends beyond most mortal capabilities.

  11. Gail Combs says:

    Jim says: @ June 24, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    “File this in the category of: “When you make a conscious decision to deprive people of their voices, you may not like who they choose to speak for them.””
    >>>>>
    And you do not think this is EXACTLY what ‘they’ are aiming for?

    From the book Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness and Destroyed America by Kent Clizbe

    Easy Picking—Americans as Suckers
    In 1917, U.S. President Wilson used the power of executive order to create the Committee on Public Information (CPI). Wilson turned America’s first propaganda agency over to a Democrat Party marketer—journalist turned Progressive cheerleader, George Creel.

    The CPI, widely known as the Creel Committee, was charged with building support in the U.S. for Wilson’s decision to join WWI. Later, the Creel Committee took on the job of influencing foreigners;…

    The Bolsheviks, during wartime alliances with the U.S., both WWI and WWII, mastered the art of maximizing benefits from the relationship while giving away minimal information. Lenin and Trotsky allowed the Creel Committee to use Russia as a platform for its propagandizing. All the while the communists were observing the Americans, gathering assessment data. The cynical veterans of decades of underground revolutionary espionage activities observed the Americans and marveled at how naïve the Americans really were.

    Many Americans left Russia after diplomatic service or service in the Creel Committee with a clear-eyed understanding of what the Bolsheviks were all about. However, many Americans left Russia in thrall to the communists.

    One who observed and understood was the Creel Committee foreign educational section member, and future dean of Teachers College, William R. Russell. He was in Russia soon after the Bolsheviks seized power and spent considerable time there, working on Creel propaganda against the Germans, for the Bolsheviks, and later against the Bolsheviks. Russell described how he saw the communist tradecraft:

    The way they worked their way to the seizure of power was as follows:
    Talk about peace, talk about social equality, especially among those most oppressed. Talk about organization of labor, and penetrate into every labor union. Talk on soapboxes. Publish pamphlets and papers. Orate and harangue. Play on envy. Arouse jealousy. Separate class from class. Try to break down the democratic processes from within. Accustom the people to picketing, strikes, mass meetings. Constantly attack the leaders in every way possible so that the people will lose confidence. Then in time of national peril, during a war, on the occasion of a great disaster, or of a general strike, walk into the capital and seize the power. A well-organized minority can work wonders.

    Russell’s spot-on understanding of how the communists worked, based on his own on-location observations in Russia during the revolution should have been useful to him during the next two decades of his work at Columbia. Yet, under his nose, communist covert influence agents like George Counts, who was under Russell’s supervision at Columbia’s Teachers College, used the exact tactics he described—talking, publishing, orating and haranguing, breaking down democracy from within, attacking the leaders, making people lose confidence—to destroy American society…

    Does all that sound familiar to you folks?
    Can you now understand why we have as President someone whose only qualifications is as Rabble-Rouser Community Organizer?

    • _Jim says:

      Gail, I think it works this way. The more ‘sturdy’ or outrageous candidates, the ones who have nothing to lose may arise, as the ‘sane’ either move on or keep mum to avoid raising trouble for their families or businesses, which again help support the family AND maybe even other people’s families.

      Witness the rise of such nutcases as Alex Jones since Barack Obama got into office. Ten years ago Alex was all-on about Black Helicopters BUT has been swept up in the wave of ppl dissatisfied with Barack, as Alex had a ‘functioning’ organization with primarily (10 yrs ago) a broadcast on shortwave and since then he (and his group) has now made use of the internet. There are some who even think Alex is in the employ of some agency of the federal govt (I have no idea about this; I am just reporting what others assert on this).

      .

    • _Jim says:

      re: Gail Combs June 26, 2014 at 1:19 am

      By the way, this is more so applicable to our formerly functioning republic rather than any other part of the world (which is generally much more dysfunctional than ours):

      “When you make a conscious decision to deprive people of their voices, you may not like who they choose to speak for them.”

      I took that a veiled threat to the so-called elite. Witness the IRS oppression from a few years back, and just in the last few weeks the GOP’s tactics in the Thad Cochran runoff against the Tea Party candidate.

      .

  12. Gail Combs says:

    OH, and just in case you though the KGB was dead and buried…

    …The brazen employment of American global military power seemed to Putin like a slap in Russia’s face. America’s obliteration of the Afghanistan government and its “shock and awe” obliteration of Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq must have made Putin long for the good old days of Russian global might. Regardless of Putin’s inner thoughts, we now know that he ordered a concerted KGB operation against the U.S. Even as a ring of more than ten KGB officers and agents was uncovered and rolled up in 2010, we must realize that, just as in the 1920s, this is surely just the tip of a Russian espionage iceberg.

    From the make-up of the agents and officers arrested, it appears that Active Measures, and specifically covert influence operations, are as important to the Russians as ever. It appears that the Russians may understand the effects of the KGB’s ancient covert influence ops, and are, even today, in 2011, piling on, inserting more “America sucks” influence payloads into the culture….

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