Friday, May 18, 2012

If Obama's "Born In Kenya" Was A "Fact Check Error," Why Did Agency Ask Authors To Submit Their Bios? is following up with the questions the lapdog media will not ask.

Submission guidelines at the Dystel & Goderich website (original emphasis): "[Y]ou should describe in two or three sentences—no more—what the book will be about. This is followed by another brief paragraph on why it is being written and then another on why you are qualified to write it....Finally, there should be a more formal narrative Bio of the author."

Read the whole thing.

Now if Obama was born in Hawaii, as the Certificate of Live Birth copies say he was, then why did he feel the need to lie in this bio that he was "born in Kenya." What is in his college transcripts that he wants to keep hidden? Could it be the fact that he registered (perhaps fraudulently, if he is a natural born citizen as he says) as a foreign student?

That is the question in all this.

I find it remarkable that Obama and the people around him had no problem unsealing divorce records of opponents to get dirt on them, but have been keeping everything about his past under lock and key. Don't you find that strange?

Naturally, the media is acting like lapdogs instead of journalists.

1 comment:

Eric Lancaster said...

Obama's "born in Kenya" plays to the narrative of "poor young black boy from an oppressive country makes big in the US thanks to the Nanny State".

He obviously never contested it because it looked good on the resume'.

I still predict that the U.S. will be embarrassed in the near future when it's discovered we elected and placed into the Presidency someone who was not eligible. And the biggest reasons we did was 1) He's black and B) He wasn't Bush.