Posts Tagged ‘Obama natural-born?’

See David A. Patten’s article here at Newsmax:

Potential 2012 GOP presidential contender Donald Trump is doubling down on his call for President Barack Obama to produce a birth certificate, saying “facts are emerging” that have raised a “real question” as to whether Obama is constitutionally eligible to serve as president.

Read more on Newsmax.com: Trump: New Facts Emerging on Obama Birth Certificate

Trump also said on Fox that he doesn’t like the term ‘birthers’ – because all those folks are doing is asking to verify that Obama was born in the U.S.  With all the money Obama has been spending on court cases to dodge the issue, it’s fair to say that he’s made it obvious that he is hiding something…a certificate of live birth can be obtained by any joker from anywhere…and that’s all Obama has managed to produce.

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According to Sarah Hussein Obama, Barack was born in Kenya; she was there. Interestingly enough, according to the documents and affadavits in the Phil Berg filing, Obama has been masquerading as a Christian when he’s really a muslim. The Luo Tribe in Kenya is a muslim tribe, and that’s the tribe that both Odinga and Obama come from or belong to. This really is all quite fascinating.

Two Rings:

Kweli Shuhubia: Hello? (Back ground music)

Ron McRae: Brother XXX? (Music) Brother XXX? This is Brother McRae.

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes.

Ron McRae:
 Okay. How are you today?

Kweli Shuhubia: Now. We are okay. How are you?

Ron McRae: I’m doing very well. You said you are there with, uh, Barack Obama’s grandmother?

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes. I am just in the home now. She is right here. We’re, we’re waiting to talk in a uh long conversation. And (unintelligible) a good family and she is read to talk.

Ron McRae: Good. She’s not there at the present?

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes, She’s here right now.

Ron McRae: Okay. Is it possible to speak to her?

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes. It is possible. I ah, along with her and her family, uh, you and me.

Ron McRae:
 Uh, is it possible for youto put her on the speaker phone and translate for me?

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes! Yes! I will do that.

Ron McRae: Okay.

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes?

Ron McRae: Okay.

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes. Go ahead (speak to her in Swahili)

Sarah Obama: (Replies to him in Swahili)

Ron McRae: Ms. Obama?

Kweli Shuhubia: Yes go ahead.

Ron McRae: Mrs. Obama, my name is bishop Ron McRae.

Kweli Shuhubia: 
Ametaja bishop Ron McRae, Ron McRae. Go ahead.

Ron McRae: I am, I am the bishop of the Anabaptists Churches of North America.

Kweli Shuhubia: Yeye niaskofu Anabaptists makaisa.

Sarah Obama: Shikamooo! (hello, good day).

Translator: Are you speaking English and, and we will tell her in Luo. Okay?

Ron McRae: Now give me that again. Explain it to me again.

 It is welcome. She is very grateful foryour interest.

Ron McRae: Okay, Thank you! Tell her I count it a great honor to speak to her since her son Barack Obama is running for President of the United States.

Translator: Eb makasema yuko kiuu mgomba Obama kwa mwenkekiti America. Yah, she says she is very helpful for got to you to please pray for Obama. She is asking you to pray for him. For Obama.

Ron McRae: Yes, Sir. Uh, Ms. Obama, you can restr assured that I am praying for your son, for your grandson.

Translator: Yes, it is helpful also towards it is beginning to help.

Ron McRae: Okay.

Sarah Obama: (unintelligible from Ms. Obama because of room noise)

Translator: She says she is cover your prayers for her (unintelligible) her son.

Ron McRae: Okay. And tell her that I will be coming there in December and I would like to come by and meet with her and pray with her.

Translator: Yes. Ye atakuwa mwezi Desemba.

Kweli Shuhubia: In December. He will come in December and he wants to come and talk with you.

Sarah Obama: (unintelligible)

Translator: Oh, she says you’re so encourage her. Your coming in December so you can talk together with her.

Ron McRae:
 Amen. I am so thankful. Could I ask her, uh, about his, uh, his actual birthplace? I would like to see his actual birthplace when I, when I come to Kenya in December. Uh, was she present when he was, was she present when he was born in Kenya?

Translator to Sarah Obama: Alikuma zalima Obama (unintelligible)

Kweli Shuhubia: He is asking her, he wants to know something was ah she present when he was born?

Translator: Yes. She says “Yes she was! She was present when Obama was born.”

Ron McRae:

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