Skip to comments.The Ultimate Web Site On Obama's Past - http://www.ObamasPast.com
Posted on 10/18/2008 5:28:16 PM PDT by NoToBO
Hey, guys. Here's everything the Media hasn't reported on Obama in one place. Check it out and pass it on.
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here’s another one- some interesting stuff, tho’ some is speculative given the gaps in research that NO JOURNALIST has done on behalf of the public
Excellent collection of Hussein’s quotations — straight from the jackass’s mouth.
great, too bad some of the images are not showing up.
Thomas Jefferson was more black than Obama according to that website. Apparently, his father was mostly an Arab.
found this gem at the very bottom:
How the Jewish Lobby Works
Woe.. extremely well documented.
Was Abraham Lincoln really the illegitmate son of a black man?
is it true that he has not released info on college and birth records?
how about this one:
“Obama paraded an erection around female reporters on his campaign plane. (Click to watch the video of this revolting act utterly unbecoming of one in public office.)”
The video doesn’t come up.
He is as bad as Bill.
I can't find that statement - could you please enlighten me as to where on the page I may find it?
Thanks for this link tht covers a lot that’s documented and in good chronological order.
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you have to click on one of the links. It discusses that Obama will not be the first african-american president and that he can’t even claim he is Black because he is not 12.5% black..only 6.25%.
If he doesn’t want to call himself white then he can call himself an Arab. Apparently, his father is listed as Arab on the father’s birth certificate .
Perhaps this is one of the things he is trying to hide by not showing his birth certificate.
google 5 black presidents and you will see the information.
Well, if you really want to delve into the speculative...there are people that think the first US president (the first president of the Continental Congress)- John Hanson - was black and it is him on the back of the 2 dollar bill.
Wikipedia dispels that myth but there are plenty of ‘investigators’ who have done research on this topic.
I never knew anything about this. The internet is an interesting place.
Here for your enjoyment is an inspiring photograph of Abraham Lincoln, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left. It was made in 1864.