Monday, November 5, 2012

Obama's Kenyan brother optimistic of his re-election

Kogelo, Kenya - Speaking at an annual sports tournament he organizes in honor of their late father, President Barack Obama's half brother said he can see no reason why Mr. Obama won't be re-elected.

An Associated Press journalist interviewed Malik Obama after snapping his picture, and he learned that parishioners at St. Richard Catholic Church prayed for his victory.

With five Kenyan half brothers and a half sister, Mr. Obama is considered a Kenyan by most natives of that nation, according to the published report. His mother, a white woman from Kansas, obtained a certificate of live birth following the event at Honolulu, Hawaii. 

The document is heavily disputed by conservative investigators  as inauthentic.

Nevertheless, the Registrar of Live Birth at Honolulu has certified the veracity of the documentation supporting the certificate. He issued a certified copy printed on forgery-proof, acid-free paper watermarked with three-dimensional designs that make it impossible to reproduce xerographically or by photographic methods.

Mrs. Obama raised her son in that city and in Indonesia, where they lived for a time, before Mr. Obama sought university education on the mainland at Pepperdine University in Malibu, and at Columbia in New York.

Mr. Obama's grant of the status of a foreign student has created much confusion over the subject of his nativity, a constitutional requirement for a successful Presidential candidate.

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