Tuesday, October 16, 2012


I knew this guy was a Commie from Day One and I've burned a lot of bridges and made a lot of bad blood calling him on it ever since. This is what I'm talkin' about . . . S.L.

Dreams from My Real Father
A Story of Reds and Deception

At age 18, Barack Obama admittedly arrived at Occidental College a committed revolutionary Marxist. What was the source of Obama's foundation in Marxism? Throughout his 2008 Presidential campaign and term in office, questions have been raised regarding Barack Obama's family background, economic philosophy, and fundamental political ideology. Dreams from My Real Father is the alternative Barack Obama "autobiography," offering a divergent theory of what may have shaped our 44th President's life and politics.

Read the rest HERE


The Intimate Ann Dunham - Frank Marshall Davis Relationship

Racy photos of Barack Obama's mother, Ann Dunham,
have recently surfaced in vintage fetish and bondage magazines.

The photos, taken at Frank Marshall Davis' house in Honolulu, appeared in Bizarre Life, Exotique, Secret Pleasures, and Battling Babes. They help illustrate the intimate relationship between Dunham and Davis. "My father was from Kenya, he grew up herding goats," Barack Obama told the cheering crowds. Did Obama build his political career upon a fairy tale? Was Obama misdirecting Americans away from a deeply disturbing family background and a Marxist political foundation?

Obama's version of his early childhood is false - the family did not split up when the Kenyan Obama went to Harvard as he claimed. In fact, Ann Dunham took "Barry" to Seattle a few weeks after his birth (late August 1961), and began studies at the University of Washington, while the Kenyan remained in Hawaii. All evidence points to a "sham" marriage to cover up an illicit affair. . .

Read the rest HERE

Identification: Ann Dunham’s front teeth and recessed teeth are a match to the magazine model.

Yeah - I can hear the skeptics out there - what a strained conspiracy theory. I say; 'not at all" - and I usually dismiss all conspiracy theories outright. Situations like this happen all the time and the truth rarely surfaces. Consider; nobody has ever done a DNA match on Barack Obama to determine his heritage.

Which one looks like Obama's real father?

In any case this situation is a whole lot more believable than the story I presented for y'all on Saturday . . .

. . . I'm just sayin' . . .



  1. Thanks for sharing!

    You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all the people all the time.

    Bridges need burned to make a point sometime.

    Just imagine if the media had done ANY looking at all. Anyone running as a Senator or as POTUS does not get ANY government background check. 0bama could NOT have gotten a job at any National Laboratory with his associations and drug use.

  2. That does look like Anne Dunham. But a few points:

    1. Models don't always fool around with photographers.
    2. There can be no doubt that the President thought Barack Obama--and not someone else--was his father: check out the picture when the father visited that one time at about age 10, or, for that matter, read the whole of Dreams From My Father.
    3. Frank Marshall Davis was a quite unsympathetic figure in Dreams From My Father, as the grandfather's drinking buddy, and not as any kind of mentor/tutor/role model (though that was said to be the grandfather's intent).
    4. If BHO was a Commie, as you're using this to contend, why wasn't he on the Critical Legal Studies side at Harvard Law School? That's where all the deconstructionists/leftists/(there were no real Commies any more, even then) at Harvard Law School at that time were. Instead, in a truly formative experience, he bridged the gap (read chasm) between them, and the conservatives, those who were at HLS to get into the top tier of the legal profession. THAT'S why he got to be President of the Law Review on about the 14th ballot: only he could be acceptable to both factions.
    5. (Bonus item) THAT, BTW, is what "fundamental transformation" was all about: he genuinely believed that he could bridge the divisions, and being able to work with people like Coburn was all the evidence he needed that it was possible in Washington too. He naively, and badly underestimated the implacable nature/partisanship of people like McConnell and Cantor.