Sunday, July 26, 2015

Obama Rebuked by Kenyan President


According to The Hill:
"Kenyan president rebukes Obama’s gay rights message"!
(Read here)
Perhaps we can swap Kenyan Presidents with them.  I don't know about theirs but he seems more intelligent and trustworthy than ours.

During the joint press conference with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, Obama claimed that “as an African-American in the United States, I am painfully aware of the history of what happens when people are treated differently under the law.” 

The diplomacy with which President Kenyatta responded to Obama's impertinence was impressive.  He probably had no idea Obama was going to come into his country trying to open up wounds like he does in the US.  Their Kenyan President seemed to exude dignity and grace, something we are severely lacking in a President.

Nevertheless, there is nothing in President Obama's background that suggests that he ever experienced anything but privilege in his upbringing; so it is difficult to understand where the "pain" came in unless he's furtively alluding to his own sexual orientation.  The video below could give his claim of "pain" some context.


The assertions of Mr. Sinclair are credible, especially when one considers that the alleged "coked up" homosexual affairs took place while Obama was a State Senator.  The media never asked him a single question about anything he ever did or said back then, including Obama's own claims of "experimenting" with cocaine as he wrote in order to inoculate himself in his own auto-biography.

In the precipitous decline we currently find our nation, I suspect it is only a matter of time before this President of ours follows Bruce Jenner's lead and comes out of his own closet.  Perhaps his bizarre rant in Kenya was a red herring of sort. 

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