Skip to comments.How to Write Democrat Autobiographies (or Naked Came the Kenyan Cherokee)
Posted on 05/20/2012 11:31:13 AM PDT by jazusamo
Maybe it was just a dream, but I feel certain that I read an essay titled "How to Write Democrat Autobiographies (or Naked Came the Kenyan Cherokee*)," authored by Barack H. Obama and Elizabeth Warren.
I can't remember the name of the publication it was in, or even the entire text, but certain things stand out about it and are as clear as if the article were in my own hands right now.
The authors advised that to really advance in life, it helps to make your background as exotic as possible. Warren suggested checking the Native American box or other ethnic preference boxes on all school and employment applications and went so far as to suggest that the reader submit recipes to ethnic cookbooks to provide "evidence" of one's claim to priority based on ethnic identity.
For "Pow Wow Chow," which billed itself as an American Indian cookbook, heavy on recipes using Wonder Bread, baloney, Velveeta cheese spread, and mayonnaise, Warren offered up her Cherokee family'straditional crab omelet. All right, so those recipes were Pierre Franey's...but heck, maybe he was from some French Cherokee tribe.
Obama said he had tried sending in his family's mbaazi , dog, and millet recipe, but no one would take it, so he told his literary agent just to say he was born in Kenya, figuring no one would scramble to Africa to see if the claim were true.
Don't worry about being called out on your ancestral fable-making, they advised.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
LOL, Naked came the Kenyan Cherokee - what happened to the well pressed pants?
I thought the French were big on Apache dancing; although how the Apaches got those horizontal stripes and silly little hats was always beyond me ...
Barack the Magic Kenyan Cherokee?
Dogs From My Father’s Kitchen: A Tale of Mixed Sauces and Seasonings.
It's at least as likely Obama was telling the truth about Kenya as about HI. Or maybe he was lying both times. Maybe he was born in Canada, which didn't help him w his 'authorship' OR POTUS aspirations. [Not that he actually authored anything; Bill Ayers did that.] The point is, w a pathological liar You Just Don't Know. And anyone who claims to know is doing nothing more than revealing their utter and fundamental ignorance of pathological liars.
I have no idea where BO was born, but evidence is pointing away from HI or any of the other 49 states.
In other words, even if birth in Missouri or Connecticut wasn’t glamorous enough for BO’s crafted image, he’s not claiming birth there for purposes of POTUS eligibility. “I was just kidding, folks!” No, not even there....
All naming conventions are arbitrary. What you call Kenya I call Hawaii. Problem solved. Can’t we all just get along?
One more thing. Just how common IS it for people born in HI to think they were born in Asia??? Ask any 1,000 people who were born in HI if they were born in Asia, and how many would say ‘yes’? Probably none. Only Obama. Add this to the long list of things he’s said and done that no American would say or do—but that a foreigner would very easily do—and what do you get?
A man who isn’t that bright, is extremely lazy, and is NOT an American.
Obama’s next book: Dog Chow.
If you are an Indian or a Kenyan, then you are a member of the oppressed neoproletariat which is like being in hog heaven for postmodernist libtards, because then,you are not an evil white person of European descent who are the oppressors.
You nailed it...
And when have they asked it?
2008 -- When BO was running for POTUS.
"AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COMETHE CURIOUS HISTORY, UNCERTAIN EFFECT, AND NEED FOR AMENDMENT OF THE NATURAL BORN CITIZEN REQUIREMENT FOR THE PRESIDENCY"
What is the Constitution's Worst Provision?, 12 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 191 (1995).
1995 -- When Dreams from My Father was published as BO's entree into public life.
Naked Came the Stranger is a 1969 novel written as a literary hoax poking fun at contemporary American culture. Though credited to “Penelope Ashe”, it was in fact written by a group of twenty-four journalists led by Newsday columnist Mike McGrady.
Thank you, thank you. I knew about that stuff, but I did not have any links. I so appreciate your providing them. I intend to bookmark them as soon as I’m done w this post.
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