Skip to comments.Obama favored in his ancestral Kenyan village [Has "Associated Press" joined the birthers?]
Posted on 11/05/2012 12:25:07 PM PST by trekdown
KOGELO, Kenya (AP) -- At President Barack Obama's ancestral village in Kenya, witch doctor John Dimo tossed some shells, bones and other items to determine who will win Tuesday's election.
After throwing the objects like so many dice outside his hut in Kogelo village, Dimo, who says he is 105 years old, points to a white shell and declares: "Obama is very far ahead and is definitely going to win."
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There is a hilarious video of some kind of witch doctors or voodoo guys making sure Obama won in 2008. I have to see if I can find it.
...they heard their getting free Odungo phones
It’s time to retire that shell, along with the Moo-shell in Washington.
Isn’t this witch doctor the same guy that Obama has been consulting on the economy?
I am going to do my best impression of the Screamer guy with the red skull tonight..because after 4 years..that just how I feel.
Here they are again in 2011. Not sure about that shirtless guy at the end
I think the shamans must create these incidents for publicity
Love the woman with the knives.
Peru is on my bucket list. I will have to see if I can see the find the shaman ;-)
I very much doubt that his area of responsibility was limited to economy only. It was his advise to remove Mubarak from power and lots more ...
That’s funny, because THE FOREIGNER has been playing THE SHELL GAME with the american people for the last 4 years.
He was raised in Indonesia NOT Kenya..
Thats why he was given foreign student status..
AND that why he will not release his passport to the public..
“I very much doubt that his area of responsibility was limited to economy only. It was his advise to remove Mubarak from power and lots more ...”
Yes... he, undoubtedly, as a “native” of the area, was formulating Ozero’s middle east policy... at when he wasn’t
boiling missionaries in a big black kettle.
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