April 6, 2010
Here you go, Jacqui.
Apologies for taking so long to post it. I was trying to find the full text/video of her remarks but no luck. Not sure how these things just pop up – evidently it was posted on January 2, 2009. I’m still working on his medical history and census posts.
LGBT Delegate Luncheon
She’s reading the script so it’s no mistake.
(0:40) Barack has led by example. When we took a trip to Africa and visited his home country in Kenya, we took a public HIV test.
Never revealed the results. That’s where the true shame lies – not taking a blood test in public.
What I found more interesting were her other comments:
But Barack also reminded on that day that we also know what the world should look like.
He has not let me down once. [a lie of course.]
He has spent his entire life trying to build a career based on that struggle to narrow the gaps.
He uses his God-given talents to move that bar.
And how is Kenya his home country when no Hawaii-verified proof has been offered that barry Sr was indeed his father?
When Neil Abercrombie said barry Sr never asked about barry jr?
To Abercrombie’s surprise, Obama never asked about his ex-wife or his son.
When barry Sr himself neglected to mention a wife and child in a newspaper article?
I discovered this article, folded away among my birth certificate and old vaccination forms when I was in high school…It made no mention of my mother or me.
Neither of Dr Fukino’s statements mention the name of barry’s father and she never mentions that ridiculous COLB barry claims is a “certified copy of his birth certificate”.
And then there’s Janice Okubo who mentioned “bride”and “groom” not “mother” and “father”.
And there’s barry himself (Ayers) who wrote that only his brother Mark had proof that the ‘old man’ (barry sr) was his father.
Unlike my mom, Ruth has all the documents needed to prove who Mark’s father was.
I think it’s the most damning thing he has said or written. Especially when he admitted he had possession of his birth certificate.
If barry Sr was listed as “Father” on his birth certificate – what more would he need for proof?