Friday, July 8, 2011

Birth of a Donation



According to documents recently released under a "Freedom of Information Act" request, Barack Obama's father told immigration authorities in 1961 that his unborn child was going to be given to the Salvation Army for adoption, because those authorities were upset with Obama senior's bigamous marital status.

The documents show that officials weren't happy that the 24-year-old Kenyan had gotten his teenaged American wife "Hapai" (Hawaiian for
"knocked up," which comes shortly after getting "lei'd"), and found his marital status suspicious owing to the fact that he already had a wife and two children in Africa and he didn't live with his new wife - the increasingly swollen Stanley Ann Dunham.

The documents show that authorities had previously warned Obama senior about his "playboy ways" and that serious consideration was given to not renewing his student visa, which would have forced him to leave the United States.

Barack Obama's father was said to be worried about his inability (and unwillingness) to provide financial support for his third child and obviously believed that if he'd made a "mistake," he shouldn't be punished with a baby.

Which is why he eventually
skipped out on his personal responsibilities, feeling that others should bear them...and created a son who not only feels the same way but is imposing that warped vision on an entire nation.

But with so many urgent problems in our nation right now, is it really fair or meaningful for us to go back and look at Barack Obama's
family issues? Absolutely. Because the only way to understand this president's strange and frequently anti-American worldview is to understand how he came to be the man he is.

And despite two self-serving autobiographies, the
only way to learn the truth about this "transparent" president continues to be through the Freedom of Information Act.


"He'll give you everything you want and you don't ever have to pay for it!"
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23 comments:

Angry Hoosier Dad said...

I no more want to understand Obama's worldview than I want to understand the psychology that drives serial killers or child molesters. I just want them all put away somewhere so that decent human beings don't have to suffer due to some evil bastard's twisted pathology.

graylady said...

Given this information, I think his book "Dreams From My Father" should have been empty. The fact that it isn't speaks to his mental state, ie. "not in touch with reality".

John the Econ said...

Does it really matter? After all, even if you were the most brainless of voters, you still had to be existing under a rock not to have been aware of Obama's socialist/Marxist and anti-American views. His background just didn't matter. In fact, exposing his screwed-up parents for who they were would probably actually garner more votes from the victimology crowd. He should be made President to make up for all of the injustices he endured! After all, Obama isn't responsible for his screwed-up parents.

That said, I only wish that immigration officials today were half as concerned about the personal behavior of guests on our soil as they were back then, not that they even know who most of them are.

It's ironic that this comes out the time as we get to endure the climax of the Casey Anthony spectacle, America's current shining icon of single motherhood. There's no question that poor Caylee would have been much better off had he been dropped off at the Salvation Army.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Angry Hoosier Dad- You're right that "understanding" the president is relatively unimportant compared to simply stopping him. But I find it irresistibly interesting anyway, because (until two years ago) I would never have believed that there could be a genuinely anti-American president.

@graylady- Of course, "Dreams From My Father" wasn't ever really about anyone other than Barack Hussein Obama. The man is monomaniacally interested in nothing but himself.

@John the Econ- Good points, as always. And you're right...these days, where the heck are these "immigration authorities" who worry about the quality of our "visitors?" In 1961, they were warning against sexual promiscuity. In 2011, the president of the United States tried to intercede on behalf of a Mexican who raped a teenager, beat her to death with a 30 pound piece of asphalt, then did unspeakable things to her body with a stick. (Thankfully, that Mexican murderer was executed in Texas yesterday.)

Pete(Detroit) said...

I am always amused that people consider him to be the 'first black president'... let's see... grew up in Indonesia, then Hawaii, Harvard, Law Review - hardly seems stereotypical "Black" to me... On the other hand, - that DOES sound like most of Detroit...

Pete(Detroit) said...

wow, should have previewed that... should finish
On the other hand, (deleted string of slurs against his father's morality, his mother's personal skills, his scholarship and work ethic) - that DOES sound like most of Detroit...

geeknerd said...

The world is once again learning why "bastard" is an epithet... and why it has its particular connotations.

Oops, sorry, can't insult single motherhood, not PC.

CenTexTim said...

Stilt - not to hijack the thread of your post, but since you brought up the Mexican national who was executed (or as we like to say, Texecuted) yesterday for the rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl, the fuss was about the fact that he was not informed of his 'right' to contact the Mexican consulate when he was arrested. Here's a few facts left out of many of the MSM stories:

Humberto Leal, the convicted rapist and murder, had lived in the U.S. since he was 2-years-old.

There is absolutely no doubt of his guilt. There is overwhelming forensic evidence, and he confessed.

He did not tell the police he was a Mexican national, nor did he request consulate access.

If the cops had asked if he was a Mexican citizen, they would have been guilty of racial profiling (just ask any lib who's opposed to the recent AZ or GA laws requesting citizenship info of people stopped by the police).

This issue wasn't even raised until several years and several appeals after the original trial.

Bottom line - he's guilty as sin. He wasn't denied access to the Mexican consulate, he just wasn't informed that he could contact them. Granted, that's a subtle difference, but again, no one knew he was a Mexican citizen at the time.

Sorry for the rant, but this is a bit of a sore subject to us down here. Thanks for letting me vent.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@CenTexTim- Great summary. And again, everyone should note that after being made aware of all the facts listed above, Obama was on the murderer's side.

Suzy said...

I'm with Pete....he's really not "black"...he's kinda sorta half black. That's partly why I kinda have my eye on Herman Cain, at least for now....I'd love to see him go head to head with Obama....REAL black man, to partly black man. haha.

I'm not racist, but racism has prevailed since Obama got in, and its time to fight fire with fire.

Colby said...

Makes me wonder what BO would have been like if his father actually DID give him to the Salvation Army. Maybe he would have been raised in a Christian home and learned some moral values, and maybe even learned to LOVE his country instead of loathe it.

CenTexTim, Yep, a painless death was too good for that piece of crap, Leal. I wonder how President Evil would feel if it was one of his daughters that fell victim to a scuzball like that....

Suzy, from what I've heard, typical Obama voters don't like the Hermanator because he is not promising them free money and health care (and college and cars and houses, and....). Still, it WOULD be an interesting match-up, especially if it was a Cain/Bachmann or Bachmann/Cain ticket. Of course, I realize that your typical liberal woman hates Bachmann or Palin or any other conservative female....

JustaJeepGuy said...

I was wondering what the people who wanted the Mexican murderer to have a chance to contact the consulate thought they were going to get. Would they want a whole new trial? Did they think he wouldn't be found guilty again? Did they think he wouldn't still deserve to die for his crime? The scumbag yelled out "Viva Mexico!"--twice--just before he breathed his last. I think he should have died the way his victim died. And as Stilt said, Barack Hussein was on the murderer's side, which tells us more than we need to know about our oh-so-wonderful "president".

Anonymous said...

Well guys Mr Dumbass Obama standing up for the murderer is just another example of this administrations total disconnect with reality and the voters of this country...Just in the last couple of days he gave a speech in which he declared he still had 5 1/2 more years in office....as if there isn't another election coming up. His Campaign adviser stated that voters don't vote on the economic numbers like the unemployment rate. This administration has the left-wing problem of believing their own BS.

Bobo said...

@ CenTexTim - Texecuted...Love it!! Wish we had the electric chair in Arizona so we could tell the anti-capital punishment dumbshits who complain about inhumane treatment - "but its a dry heat." We just "put down" (lethal injection) a scum of the earth for murdering a little girl 23 years ago in Flagstaff. The parents of the girl were elated to FINALLY have justice for their daughter.

pryorguy said...

Is there anyone reading this today who thought Obama was going to be the messiah and helped to elect him? Really, is there anyone? If so, please respond on how you feel today...would be very interesting to me.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Pryorguy- I'm guessing that those people are busy blogging at the NY Times.

By the way, I just got back from renewing my driver's license. It took four hours (the first 90 minutes standing outside in a line, in 105 degree heat)...and once inside the DPS, it was like a sauna. Miserable people sitting in cheap plastic chairs, fanning themselves with any scrap of paper available.

And all the while, I kept thinking "this is what we'll face every time we go to the doctor under Obamacare."

I'm still shaken (and I'm not even kidding).

pryorguy said...

Youre probably right...yeh, its a foreboding thing...but long lines and crappy care are in the offing if our 'elected officials' dont get busy.

John the Econ said...

Four hours? That's nothing. Last time I had to go to the DMV, I had to arrive at 6:30 in the morning just to stand in a line to get a "ticket" that entitled me to go inside and get a number to then stand in line. (The previous day, I arrived at 9 only to find that you needed the tickets, and they were gone by 7)

Was stuck there most of the day. But I did find an entertaining way to pass the time; by telling anyone who'd listen that this is what they could expect when the government took over health care. When someone would get indignant, I'd simply ask them to explain exactly how could anyone expect the government to efficiently provide something as expensive and complex as health care, when they couldn't do something as simple as issuing a driver's license in less than 6 hours.

There's no answer to that. Most who tried were in simple denial; somehow it would just be better.

As for the Obama non-adoption: If you really want to have fun, find a NARAL-type and ask out loud what America might be like today if Obama's mom had been able to exercise "choice"...

Pete(Detroit) said...

My most recent experience w/ SecOfStete hardly counts - getting license tabs. You know, those little stickers that tell cops you've paid your fees for the year. I always have issues, as my b-day is early Jan, and b/n Xmas and Newyear's holidays, they're open like 2 days. For a couple of hours each day. Luckily, there is a New Plan now - if you are on file as having current insurance, you can use a kiosk outside (between inner / outer doors).
Feed it your paper renewal form, and it scans a barcode. Feed it your plastic payment, choose options (state park access, for instance) and it prints it for you on the spot.
total time (including reading the instructions)- less than 5 min.
Office does not even need to be open!
SchaaaaaaWEEEEEEEEET!!!

I'll let you know about the license process sometime around Christmas... 9-"pb

Suzy said...

Last time I renewed my drivers' license, I was able to do it online...and then I just went to the Driver's License Photo place, which had nobody there, and got the new license made. I take it its not available online in all states?

JustaJeepGuy said...

I just renewed my driver's license here in Colorado. It took less than a half hour, including time lost for my not knowing the new procedures. It also cost twice as much as it did the last time and for half the renewal period. I guess you can't have everything....

My Dog Brewski said...

CenTexTim:
Like Ron White said, if you come to Texas and kill somebody, we will kill you back.
Goodonya, Texas.

Reaganite Republican said...

Cold! lolol-

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