If what you say is true there must be a huge trail of paperwork and people who worked with Stanley Dunham or interviewed her for jobs. Applications for the kind of work you mention would ask for a lot of family information wouldn’t they?
If it is true, I am stunned that so much false information has been allowed to circulate. If the family is connected to the CIA they surely could have come up with a better cover story than that I would think. What purpose would it serve the government or any political party to trash Obama’s mother, father and grandmother and grandfather so thouroughly?
On the other side of it, I have heard that many people with psychological problems try to make people people believe they are with the CIA or similar organizations, also thieves and crooks use that as a cover sometimes.
If people in the Democratic Party or U.S. government are covering some crime Obama committed, then I want them to hang their heads in shame the next time I see them on television.
At CIA headquarters is the memorial wall, dedicated to CIA agents who have lost their lives during assignments. Each one of them merits a star, with no associated information. It also represents how they do things.
The way the CIA used to recruit on college campuses was to have several professors who would spot talented students, then tell the agency, which would make overtures to those students to see if they were interested in applying for jobs. There was no great secret among the faculty as to who were the CIA liaisons.
As typically the FBI recruit most agents with degrees in accounting and finance, because that is the bulk of their work, the CIA also recruits agents with specialties involving travel, international business and trade, and other mundane tasks more appropriate to banking than what is typically thought of as cloak and dagger work. Because that is the bulk of what the CIA does.
In Stanley Ann Dunham’s case, a degree in history, followed by an M.A. in anthropology, who specialized in economic anthropology and rural development. And who speaks Russian. Just the sort of person who can gather all sorts of interesting information in SE Asia in the early 1960s.