Poor Cmor! Still posting his fables as though they were still active anywhere save in his mind.Ron McRae: Amen. I am so thankful. Could I ask her, uh, about this, uh, his actual birthplace? I would like to see his actual birthplace when I, when I come to Kenya in December. Uh, was she present when he was, WAS SHE PRESENT WHEN HE WAS BORN IN KENYA?
Translator to Sarah Obama: Alikuma Zalima Obama (unintelligible)
Kweli Shuhubia: He was asking her, he wants to know something, WAS ah SHE PRESENT WHEN HE WAS BORN?
Translator: YES. SHE SAYS "YES SHE WAS!" SHE WAS PRESENT WHEN OBAMA WAS BORN
Then there is this for the doubting libtards
This is a pretty good read!
United States District Court For The Eastern District of Pennsynvania
Affidavit Of Reverend Kweli Shuhubia
Bishop McRae asked Mrs. Obama specificly, "Where you present when your grandson Barack Obama was born in Kenya?"
This was asked to her in translation twice, and both times she specifically replied, "Yes".
It appeared Mrs. Obama's relatives and her grandson, handling the translation, had obviously been versed to counter such facts with the purported information from the American news media that Obama was born in Hawaii. Dispute this, Mrs. Sarah Hussein Obama was very adamant that her grandson Barack Hussein Obama, was born in Kenya, and she that was present and witnessed his birth in Kenya, NOT THE UNITED STATES.
When Mrs. Obamas grandson attempted to counter his grandmothers clear response to the question, verifying the birth of Senator Obama in Kenya, Bishop McRae asked her grandson, how she could be present at Barack Obama's birth if the senator was born in Hawaii, but the grandson would not answer the question, instead HE repeatedly tried to insert that, "No, no, no. He was in the United States!"
But during the conversation, Mrs. Sarah Hussein Obama NEVER changed her reply that she was indeed present when Senator Barack Obama was born in Kenya.
I believe U.S. District Judge R. Barclay Surrick while dismissing that particular case used words like “ridiculous, patently false, frivolous, not worthy of discussion and venturing into the unreasonable” while the Supreme Court just said “no”
That of course was the final read. Exhibit B indeed.
“Unlike Cmor in Birfoonland, simply saying something is so does not make it so”