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Obama Literary Agency Described Him as Born in Kenya
- Tuesday, 22 May 2012 08:27
- Written by Darrell Lect
Last week, Andrew Breitbart's legacy empire revealed another interesting fact about the confusing and unknown past of President Obama. The media was quick to label anyone that touched the subject as a "birther," which is intended to immediately discredit anyone that's seeking to learn more about Obama. The bigger issue, though, is what this says about our President's character, which is extremely flawed.
For starters, don't let any liberals get away with "birther" label. Suddenly, anyone that seeks information about Barack Hussein Obama's unknown, mysterious and radical past automatically doesn't believe he was born in America - at least that's the narrative the Left is propagating. The real issue here is the mysteriousness of everything related to his past. It's only natural for humans to distrust someone that refused to release his birth certificate, claim he was born in America, but still spent millions of dollars blocking lawsuits in the courts. It didn't and still doesn't add up. President Obama caused the issue himself and has decided to label those that want to see a required document for the highest office in the world as crazy. The only reason this was effective was because of the complicit elite media. Therefore, the "birther" label is nothing more than a distraction to Obama's disregard to the rules.
The bigger issue now is what Breitbart's team released last week: a pamphlet published by the President's literary agency at release time for his Dreams From My Father autobiography, his first of two, which only a narcissist can accomplish. The pamphlet listed Obama as "born in Kenya," only adding fuel to the fire that is his unknown past.
This set the elite liberal media into attack mode, as they worked to link "birthers" to conservatives and ultimately the Republican Party. This particular literary agency used this exact biography of Obama until 2007, two months after he declared he was running for president. That's suspicious in and of itself, but so is everything about Obama's past.
What's odd is nothing adds up from Obama's past. He provides a birth certificate after three years of discussion and millions of dollars spent in court. He has "composite" girlfriends and really nobody that's come out and said, "Obama was my college roommate!" Two plus two equals about nine with President Obama, which made this story so interesting. It's quite possible he was playing the Elizabeth Warren card: pretend you're a minority to reap the benefits of the liberal policies put in place to advance such people. That would be just as embarrassing as not being born in America.
Last week the big story was Jeremiah Wright and how Romney chastised a Super PAC that had brought Wright up as an issue, but hadn't yet made any choices whether Wright become a centerpiece of their campaign. It was clear that the Obama campaign wanted to make sure that anything from Obama's past would be off-limits during this election. Of course they want this - they'd prefer to use lies and smear Romney after he stated he won't touch Obama's radical past connected to domestic terrorists, anti-Semites and anti-Americans, just to name a few.
All of this is connected. Again, taking the "birther" angle out, Obama's shoddy past says everything about his character. The man is a self-centered empty suit that will lie, cheat and steal to get his way. There's enough evidence to show that Obama's extremely flawed character has resulted in the demise and possible destruction of America should he be re-elected. That's the issue at hand. And Romney was stupid for criticizing something that the liberal media wanted him to denounce. He played right into their hand.
Obama's character is the primary issue of focus. It just so happens that we know so little about this man that it's now easy to judge his character on what little is known. It says a lot about his actions and how he operates as a narcissist to the highest degree.
Darrell Lect is a contributing editor for Habledash.