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The important white-rights website called V-DARE continues to work hard on the most important story of our time, which is impotently freaking out about Barack Obama's birth certificate, from when he was born, because what if he is actually an illegal alien born in Africa and secretly mailed to Hawaii (?) by Indonesianhalf-breed muslins to, er, make sinister anti-American foreign policy decisions through, uhh, George Bush Junior's head of defense? Come on, think about it!


The problem, for these people, is that it's no longer socially acceptable -- even in wingnut internet and talk-radio circles -- to go around yelling AH MAH GAWD A NIGRA'S PREZIDENT. So they instead come up with some insane plot that goes back to Barack Obama's birth, 47 years ago, when the very patient African-Muslim Terrorist Organization of Socialism (AMTOOS) secretly took over not only the hospital in Hawaii where Obama was supposedly born, but also the Honolulu Advertiser newspaper, which fraudulently published "news" of Obama's "birth" in the "birth announcements" section in August 1961.

People often engage in fraud in their attempts to gain a U. S. passport. These schemes are uncovered by small errors.

For example, Obama's father would not have been referred to as "African" in 1961 but would have been identified as "Negro”. The "n" of “Negro would have been in lower case, not capitalized.

Obama himself would have been identified as "mulatto", and if he had been born out of wedlock as "illegitimate" or "bastard", depending on the state he was born in.

That settles it! The Supreme Court must deport Barack Obama back to Africa, if that country's leader will accept a mulatto.

Also: "This matter is poetic justice for John McCain. His support of illegal immigration has indirectly resulted in an alien outlaw defeating him and becoming U.S. president."

A Washington State Passport Expert Says Barack Obama Is An Illegal Alien [VDARE]

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