Thanks. I read the Daily Maul piece, and note that they didn’t actually debunk any of the film’s claims. In fact, they included so much information that the article ends up acting more as a free advertisement for Dreams From My Real Father than anything else.
And if the documentary is only about “racism and money” then why are millions of free copies being mailed out? The side-by-side of Barry and Lynn Davis are shocking in their familial resemblance, especially the smiles.
I know this film will never carry any weight with those who have a large investment, in both search time and emotion in the idea that Barry is really the progeny of MX, but for myself, FMD is the guy, both logically (opportunity, motive, past behavior, mentorship of Barry) and in terms of physical characteristics.
But then, like Bill Armistead, I’ve actually seen the film, unlike so many of the naysayers.
In Audacity of Hope, page 261, (y2006) Barack Hussein Obama writes:
I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.
At the United Nations, September 25, 2012, Obama says:
Recognize her? She's the same girl. She's wearing the same necklace and earrings, and she's sitting on the same furniture, (which is evident in the uncropped images)
She isn't Stanley Ann Dunham, neither is she ANN DUNHAM as Gilbert calls her...she's the same girl wearing more make-up and mascarra, and the tinting makes her features appear softer.
And it's as plain as the nose on her face etc that the only way she could be the same person is if she had major surgical adjustments to her face. But if it suits your emotional needs to have Stanley Ann Dunham in a sexual relationship with a black man 35 years her senior, and older than her own father, I think that tells me a lot more about you...than my rebuttal says about me.
That's Lynn and Mark Davis as adults, and any resemblance to the man in the white hut has to be only in the imagination of Joel Gilbert.