Kenyan MP James Orengo, Minister of Lands:
Is he a "birther"? Is he a "conspiracy theorist"? Is he a "racist"?
Can anyone PROVE he's lying?
Oh, wait... *snap!* of course... Obama can... or can he???
During debate over the draft of a new Kenyan constitution, James Orengo, the country's minister of lands and a member of parliament for the Ugenya constituency, cited America's election of a Kenyan-born president as an example of what can be accomplished when diverse peoples unite:
"If America was living in a situation where they feared ethnicity and did not see itself as a multiparty state or nation," Orengo posited, "how could a young man born here in Kenya, who is not even a native American, become the president of America?"
Orengo held up the U.S. as a country no longer "living in the past," since Americans elected a Kenyan-born president without regard to "ethnic consideration and objectives."
Debate is then recorded in the Kenyan government's official March 25, 2010, hansard – a traditional name for printed transcripts of a parliamentary debate – as continuing with no other MPs mentioning or attempting to correct Orengo's comments about Obama.
Ok now... why is it that in America, people are not supposed to question where Obama was born, even though there has NEVER been valid proof offered (don't bother, Leftist propaganda pusher- the unauthenticated -Hawaii refuses to confirm it authentic- "COLB" -NOT a birth certificate at all, despite any delusions to the contrary- has already been shown and debunked, and there's no question that it was issued for babies born anywhere in the world, not just in America)... but in Kenya, no one, not even in Parliament, questions that Obama was born in Kenya?
Whoa! This is... big, huge... (nothing to see here, though, if one believes the many paid and unpaid minions of the Obamacrat Reich Ministry of Propaganda)...
We'll see if they try to make it go away by ignoring it...
If this came up for Bush or Palin or any other non-Democrat, do you think the Big Media would ignore it? Me neither. After all, anything that hurts a non-Democrat is going to be used by the Big Media, while it'd most likely be covered up for a Democrat, as we know from decades of observation of big stuff about Democrats coming up and being ignored.
For the ignorant: Why is this important? Because the American Constitution forbids those not born on American soil from being President. So if, indeed, Obama wasn't born on American soil, but on Kenyan soil, as the Kenyan Minister of Lands confirms he was, then America's got an unreported constitutional crisis... and none of the actions Obama has taken in office are valid, none of the bills he signed are valid, none of the orders he's issued to the US Forces are legal...
Hmm. Now I see why so many people want to lie and say there's nothing at all to it, that we're to shut up about it... or else. Pretend it's not real, hope it'll go away... But I'm afraid the kitty's already out of the sack and running all over the place... you know how hard it is to catch a running kitty, right?
Of course, the truth can sometimes be so scary and dangerous... is it really inconceivable and impossible that, if this is true, there's folks who see the value of covering it up and lying, because, perhaps, it may well be too late, and to admit to it right now would potentially be too dangerous?
I just hope they don't harm the poor, been-let-out-of-the-sack kitty, who has nothing at all to do with any of this and is just a metaphorical prop anyway...
Regardless of where this issue goes, one thing's for sure, and it's reasonable doubt for the Voters of America.