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Posted on 08/03/2011 11:47:45 AM PDT by ladyL
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More good 'ole stirring of the pot.............
Subject: OLD TEXAS BOY DONE HIS RESEARCH
Something I am sure of is . you do not put names on a birth certificate that do not exist at the time of a persons birth!
Th' Dumb Ol' Texas Boy Has Spoken Agin
Well ol Barry, Barruck, Bubba, Hussein, Moh, Oscar or whatever name he uses these days, he sure is a slick booger. Or, at least, he thinks he is! He done brought out this long form birth document for all the world to see. It was plastered all over the TV and we had to listen to the baloney for days. After that, when Obama and his media thought they had us dummies convinced, they cut off coverage. Yeah, they were hoping it would just go away. WRONG! We aint all that dumb, Barry. I mean, just the circumstantial evidence alone is enough to tell you that you are full of sh , boy. I want to say something here, but I wont. Naw, Ill just say hes full of himself. Yeah, thatd be the same thing, right?
Anyway, folks, for over two years Barry spent millions hiding all his junk. He hid his birth document (it aint a certificate unless its real), his medical records, his financial records, his college records, his attorney records, just to name a few. In fact, he has hid, or someone hid, just about everything since he put foot in America . Maybe thats why he continues to keep hiding things now! He claims to be the most transparent president in history, when in fact, he is the most elusive.
Now lets get down to the facts. If yall cant handle facts, then stop reading now! Here we go.
First of all, ol boogers birth date is August 4, 1961 and the birth document lists his fathers native country as Kenya . Hello! There werent no Kenya in 1961! No sir, Kenya didnt come along until 1963! The land that is NOW called Kenya started out as a British protectorate in 1890 and a Crown colony in 1920. There were many rebellions and KENYA did not achieve full independence until December 12, 1963. It has been referred to as Kenya from that date until present times. So put that on one of your non-pork dishes and eat too, Barry my boy. http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107678.html?pageno=2#ixzz1M5OACbqX
Were just getting started guys, here is more:
The birth document also lists the hospital of the lil boogers birth, OFFICIALLY, as Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital . Hmm! Now aint that somethin? Yeah it is, especially when that hospital didnt even exist until 1978. Before that, it was OFFICIALLY; known as Kauaikeolani Children's Hospital . Here is the history of two hospitals: Kauikeolani Children's Hospital and Kapiolani Maternity Home. Concerned about the welfare of Hawaii 's mothers, Queen Kapiolani held a luau and bazaars to raise the $8,000 needed to open Kapiolani Maternity Home in 1890. She endowed her legacy with Kulia i ka nuu or Strive for the highest. In 1908, Albert and Emma Kauikeolani Wilcox donated $50,000 to start a children's hospital. The community, concerned that two of every seven infants in Hawaii did not live to see their first birthday, rallied to match the Wilcox's gift. A year later, Kauikeolani Children's Hospital opened. The two hospitals joined in 1978 to become Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children. Staying true to its mission, the non-profit hospital has played a vital role in the health of Hawaii 's women, children and adolescents. Check the hospitals own website: http://www.kapiolani.org/women-and-children/about-us/default.aspx
The ol birth document also listed Barry's race as African American . If anything should be racist, this should be racist. Barry doesnt give a hoot about black history! If he did, hed, of all things, get this right! You see my friends, and especially my black friends, the term African-American did not exist in 1961. Nobody used that term! I defy you to find one single credible fact of ANYONE using the term African-American in 1961! In fact, in 1961 we didnt have ANY Hyphenated-Americans. Barrys (or Mohs) race would have been recorded as "Negro" in 1961.
A poem by the name of "I Can" created the term African American in 1987. The poem was written by Johnny Duncan . It appeared in the 1987 Black History Calendar, and all subsequent editions through 1993. While taking infantry training at Ft. Benning , Georgia , Duncan came across an anonymous sign that read: "The last 4 letters of American spell I Can." In 1987, Duncan set out to compose a poem based on that slogan. In the midst of writing, he realized that the last four letters of African also spelled "i can." So in line twenty-five, of the poem Duncan wrote, the last 4 letters of my heritage and my creed spell "i can", heritage being Afr-i-can and creed being Amer-i-can. Jesse Jackson saw a copy of the poem in the 1989 Black History Calendar that Duncan sent to Mrs. Coretta King. Jackson then collaborated with Ramona Edelin and others and made the push to use the term Afr-i-can Amer-i-can. The rest is Afr-i-can Amer-i-can History! Johnny Duncan , when he created the term, defined African Americans as "the children of the descendants of the African Diaspora who inhabit the Americas ", not just the United States . http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_did_the_term_African-American_originate
So what does all this mean? Well, since we have no politicians, attorneys, judges and/or prosecutors with one ounce of backbone, the LIE will continue! One thing for sure though, patriots know a foul smellin skunk when they run across one and this president certainly has ALL the qualifications. Eventually, all this corruption and lying will come to a head. There will either be killing in the streets or we will finally get the right folks in office. Personally, Im ready for it, either way! I have been ready for it, for a long, long time. Oh yeah, and EITHER WAY, you can bet your Grandfathers favorite pocketknife that PATRIOTS will come out on top. WE ALWAYS HAVE, WE ALWAYS WILL! BRING IT!
"I am very proud that I pray to and worship our Judea/Christian, God Almighty. I am very proud to be an American, who loves all his family and all his fellow patriots. I will defend the original Constitution. I will defend the rights and lives .of patriots to the best of my ability and, if time and resources permit, will even defend other Americans who may fail to believe as I do; but I will never defend a quran practicing muslim (and Moh is one). They are my ENEMY!
Remember, be proud of and promote your beliefs! Be proud you're an American and promote that with pride! Be proud of your families and your fellow patriots and promote that with pride! And last, take some kind of real action and pray everyday for God to lead you correctly! Believe me.....this will lead to success. -- JOHN L SULAK
...and there you have some more opinions from me, Th' Dumb Ol' East Texas Boy. Take care out there, okay.
As usual, Texas rules!
If we had a literate MSM, this would be the start of a massive scandal.
But, we don’t, and it will not be.
(But keep hammering, sooner or later it’ll catch on.)
Maybe so, but there are lots of mistakes in this analysis.
I’m tearing up here. My Daddy and his brothers were all (far from Dumb) Ol’ East Texas boys and my Hub is a (far from Dumb) Ol’ East Texas boy. I love ‘em all. They’re in a class by themselves. What every American ought to strive to be. OK, I’m biased so sue me. :)
Might you post a version of the Birth “Document” you are referring to with this analysis?
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A little bit of history never hurt...we did in fact have some hyphenated american group names, my Uncle being a member of the The Italo-American Club, founded in RI (established in 1896) Social Club (no Mussolini pics on the wall, though) in the 50’s. The Franco-American Club was just down the street. Not trying to be a wise guy, just saying what I know to be true.
From personal recollection, I believe Afro-American didn’t come into vogue until middle to late 60’s on the west coast, but certainly no African-American term was in use then...not until later. George Carlin did a great bit on being confused about the whole nomenclature changey thingy with that hyphenated thing in concert in the late 70’s.
I was born in ‘67 and my birth certificate says black. My husband was born in ‘64 and his says negro. My mother was born in ‘42 and hers says colored. Nobody was African American until the late 80s or 90s.
That was great, thanks!
I was born in 67 and my birth certificate says black. My husband was born in 64 and his says negro. My mother was born in 42 and hers says colored. Nobody was African American until the late 80s or 90s.”
Sounds about right for legal documents, but the term Afro-American was used commonly (as was Black) in the late 60’s and early ‘70’s, of that I am certain. It changed at some point after that. I thought the change to African-American happened right afterward. Could be wrong about that...but I don’t know what could have been there in between...do you?
LOL! That's the point!
Were you born in the same state as your husband? Different areas of the country used different terminology. I have been doing genealogy and location can determine what words were used to describe race on census forms and other government documents.
No, I was born in Washington DC and my husband was born in Olathe Kansas.
I checked with my mom and you’re right there were folks who called themselves afro American back in the 70s but they were activists, Elijah Muhamed followers or college people. The majority called themselves black until Jesse Jackson (I still wonder who made him king) made a speech demanding that the African American term be used.
James Earl Jones.