Believe in what exactly?

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22 responses to “Believe in what exactly?

  1. Ting

    Chrissy, I hate to ask you to do more work, but would it be possible for you to add a “tag” or a “file” or whatever it is that allows you to search for an article on the blog called “Obama’s Lies” to this post, and also “He had an Uncle”, “The Obama Family Dysfunction”, and “Tell Me Some More Lies”?
    These are really good and I have a feeling that come fall I will be trying to find them again. It would help so much! And anything else you might find along this nature to post, too.

    Thank you for all of this, Ms. Hyphenated-Breitbart!

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  2. Obama delivered on Father’s Day 2008:

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama: Apostolic Church of God
    Chicago, IL | June 15, 2008

    In that speech, he claimed:
    “Even though my father left us when I was two years old, and I only knew him from the letters he wrote and the stories that my family told…”

    But is it true that Obama only knew his father from the letters he wrote [*] and the stories that his family told? If so, then Barack Hussein Obama I must not be his father! Because we all remember that picture of little Barry with Stanley Ann and Barack Hussein Obama at the airport. If that’s not little Barry’s father, than who is?

    Who’s Your Daddy?

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      That was the only visit and a very brief one that Obama recalls as unpleasant. My money for sperm donor is on Jimi Hendrix. http://news.webshots.com/photo/2463156180056011884rtuuPL

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      • I think he looks more like a son of Malcolm X…

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          He looks a LOT like Jimi’s mom. But my main reason for picking him is that Jimi Hendrix was Ann’s age and in Seattle making a splash in the local band scene when Ann was a high school senior.

          HER mom defied her parents by going to Wichita to see the Big Bands and married a boy her parents wouldn’t approve of on her prom night.

          It’s not much of a stretch to see Ann one-upping her in the rebellion department by going to see black bands … it was 1960 remember … and throwing herself at the hot, up-and-coming Hendrix.

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        • The Malcolm X Theory

          I think this fits Chrissy’s timeline, too.

          Jimmy Hendrix wasn’t the only potential father in Seattle, WA at the time… Malcolm X was there, too.

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          • chrissythehyphenated

            Ah. This is what I’ve never seen evidence of … how Ann could have been available to Malcolm. I have no problem believing she’d have been willing, though it makes me sad to think he would have. He and Betty were married in 1955 and he claimed to be a devout Muslim. But then … I’ve heard that Muslims don’t consider it a sin to do bad things outside the faith. (Not Without My Daughter by Betty Mahmoody) Like maybe banging a gentile white girl wouldn’t count as adultery? I know a soldier who worked at a prison for Muslim terrorists. He said they had this thing about how God didn’t look at sin on Thursday. Totally weird, huh? They called it “man on man day.” Ew.

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        • Here’s what Malcolm X intended to bring about, by any means necessary:

          You will never get real freedom and recognition between black and white people in this country without destroying the country, without destroying the present political system, without destroying the present economic system, without rewriting the entire constitution. It will be a complete destruction of everything that America supposedly stands for.

          Malcolm X

          And here’s a quote from the current resident of the White House, who found what he was looking for “only” in Malcolm X…

          Only Malcolm X’s autobiography seemed to offer something different. His repeated acts of self-creation spoke to me. The blunt poetry of his words. His unadorned insistence on respect. He promised a new and uncompromising order, martial in its discipline.

          Barack Hussein Obama

          … and who shares his journey with Malcolm X:

          But my journey is part of a larger journey – one shared by all who’ve ever sought to apply the values of their faith to our society. It’s a journey that takes us back to our nation’s founding, when none other than a UCC church inspired the Boston Tea Party and helped bring an Empire to its knees.

          Barack Hussein Obama

          The founding of our country was about freedom from tyranny and founding a government that would protect our Creator-endowed inalienable rights. It was not about bringing the British Empire to its knees.

          But Obama’s life journey is all about bringing an empire to its knees.

          So far, he’s doing pretty well at that goal.

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      • GP

        I think sperm donor was Malcom X. There was a graphic a while back of the two of them side by side. The resemblence is there.
        It just seems so strange that a high school girl would be attracted to a guy who looked like Obama Senior.

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          I wouldn’t have put it past him or her. He was the exotic first-and-only-African at the university at that time. His INS file includes a letter from the university complaining about his failure to keep it in his pants with the white coeds and would they pretty please deport him sooner rather than later. And she had a reputation as a wild child who like dark skinned men. The real problem is that she was back in Seattle attending college 3 weeks after the alleged birth of Baby Barry.

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