A little more about my pet birther theory

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I know WND and some of all y’all favor the Frank Marshall Davis as BHO’s sperm daddy theory. But I’m still plumping for Jimi Hendrix. I can’t get past the external documentation that definitely puts Ann and Baby Barack in Seattle, WA, at the end of August 1961, making Obama’s alleged birth date of August 4, 1961, ridiculously improbable. There is no way Baby Barry’s grandmother would have allowed such a thing. He had to have been significantly older than he claims, which pushes his conception back to likely before the Dunhams left Seattle in the first place.

1961 – 1964 Obama’s parents did not live together


1961 – 1962 Ann’s transcripts – Seattle, WA


N.b., I’ve heard some sneer that Ann was taking correspondence courses, but her transcript proves she was taking “X” extension classes, not “C” correspondence classes. E.g., bottom line “HIST X478.” Extension classes are scheduled at odd hours to allow people with day time responsibilities to take college classes on or near campus. Ann Romney finished her degree at Harvard in a program like that.

There’s no question Davis was a strong father figure in young Barry’s life, albeit a really sick, twisted one. And Davis loved jazz. But “his dad taught him to love jazz” could refer to a father figure dad as well as to a sperm donor dad.

Besides which, while Jimi Hendrix was known for rock and roll, his influence led to a whole genre called Jazz Fusion. In Dreams, it says Obama found his original birth certificate among some of his mother’s things. If I found out a famous musician was my real dad, I fershure would’ve had a very keen interest in his interests, which clearly included jazz.

Plus, it just makes sense to me psychologically that Barry’s future mother, the wild-child, wannabe anarchist, would’ve been more willing to bang a hot rocker boy her own age than some much older, passing-through-town stranger like Frank Davis or Malcolm X (who is also proposed as the sperm donor).

It’s also so similar to the way her mother rebelled that it rings true for me. In Dreams, Madelyn’s folks are described as “stern Methodist parents who did not believe in drinking, playing cards or dancing.” Like her future daughter, Madelyn was one of the best students at her high school. While in high school, Madelyn would sneak off to see the big band concerts her parents forbade. She met Stanley Dunham at one of them and they eloped the night of Madelyn’s senior prom.

I think fairly soon we’re going to learn the truth. In the meantime, it’s fun to speculate. Today I came across a few funky things that support my pet theory.

Check out how similar their singing voices sound!

And here’s another wild one:

Jimi Hendrix Story The Man They Made God [58:09]

It’s LONG so I’m not embedding, just providing the URL.


If you like this, you might also want to read @ https://polination.wordpress.com/2012/09/22/bhos-real-dad-taught-him-to-love-jazz/ and https://polination.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/jimi-hendrix-as-obama%E2%80%99s-baby-daddy/

You can read more than you wanted to know about the creep-tastic influence of Davis on Barry’s life @ http://www.wnd.com/2008/10/79467/





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9 responses to “A little more about my pet birther theory

  1. Just now getting around to reading this, and, as always, I’m impressed with your research and insight, Chrissy. For now, your analysis has creeped me out even more about Ann than I was before, so I’m going to have to ponder this with the help of some more tequila, but I have to say that you’re very persuasive. Not sure the tequila is helping, actually. I’ll get back to you later, maybe. πŸ˜€ All I can say now, is that I thought we were in the twilight zone when Carter was president. Then Clinton was even more bizarre. Now, I think we’ve gone beyond apocalyptic! 😯


    • Oh, almost forgot. I’m pretty sure those transcripts of Ann’s grades must be multi-layered PDFs, because there’s no way in hell Ann Dunham got an ‘A’ in Logic. That’s a pretty standard course, and it’s famous for being a bane of all liberals. I’m actually being kinda serious. Despite the tequila. πŸ˜‰ When I took it at Purdue, the class was full of poly sci majors who all got C’s, and the only 2 A’s in the course were me and the other engineer. My cousin just graduated with a degree in music, but she had to take Logic 120, and it terrified her, but being a Christian and a conservative, she did well. πŸ˜€


      • chrissythehyphenated

        I took Logic too. The way it was taught at my (heavily Marxist) college, it was just geometry without the pictures. I loved geometry and had no trouble with regurgitating the proofs they wanted. So maybe it depends where it’s taught? Also, Obama’s mother has good grades on all her transcripts. She was really bright and loved school. It’s one of the reasons I am so sure she got preggers in Seattle; she attended classes the fall semester of 1960, then did NOT attend any classes spring 1961, but was back in school at the end of August 1961. To me, that looks a whole lot like a single teenager hiding her third trimester tummy and newborn baby at home with her Mom and Dad until he was big enough to take out of the area for a couple years when he would be big enough to pass off as younger than he really is.


        • Wait, you loved geometry? Dork that I am, I’d never admit that. That’s just embarrassing. Hating tequila is ok, though. That’s just natural, really; especially with the crap that passes for tequila most places, like Cuervo. (yeeeeeccchh) I agree with your conclusions, but I still don’t know for sure what to think. The whole series of events are so strange that only one thing is certain: BHO, Sr. was not his real father. Sooner be a virgin birth.


          • chrissythehyphenated

            Does it help that I hated it until the last two weeks and annoyed my teacher daily with my clock watching? πŸ™‚ When we started doing review for the Regents Exam, something clicked and I suddenly SAW the unity and beauty in it.


    • chrissythehyphenated

      I cannot argue with you about any of that, except I don’t like tequila. :o) Over the past 30 years, I have become increasingly certain we are at the beginning of the End Times. Israel is a nation again. The technology for the “mark” required for buying and selling exists (my dogs are both microchipped for identification if they get lost) and internet banking is common. Radical Muslim and Atheistic Communist forces control the U.N. and are blatant in their desire to be the head of a One World Government. Nations run by both have nukes and are also loud in their desire to obliterate Israel. The Euro has already introduced the idea of currency by multiple nations. And the Left embraces and touts “tolerance” for all “religions” which boils down to believing in everything and therefore nothing; from there, it’s a tiny shift to a One World Religion.


  2. Well Chrissy, I think that you might be on to something. I do not accept that Frank Marshall Davis is the father. They look nothing alike in my opinion. There are similarities between Stupid and Malcolm X but those similarities could be due to a very different connection (Like Stanley Dunham and Malcolm Little’s mother kind of difference). However, when you look at that picture of Jimi Hendrix and Stupid, there is more of a facial resemblance.

    The only thing that could be against that theory is whether or not Jimi Hendrix was in the same place as Ann Dunham. I have no doubt that Ann, being a very forward minx could have been a groupie in every sense of the word.

    The sudden removal to Hawaii might be a clue on the subject. Why would Stanley Dunham take a job as a furniture salesman in Hawaii? It makes no sense at all, unless it had something to do with his Marxist background.

    The other thing against the Hendrix theory might be whether or not Hendrix was around or popular in 1960. I kind of remember him being on the scene closer to the 1970s or maybe middle to late 1960s rather than in 1960.


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