Obama’s Birth Certificate Reveals the Truth! He’s Muslim as all Hell!

Born in Kenyatown, USA Kenya.

Stuck’s comment

Of course Obama was born in Kenya. I know this from my soldier of fortune days with the Foreign Legion in Africa, when one day whilst fighting for exploitation, I came across a a baby crib in a hut, with Little Baby Barack carved in the headpost. There were more words that said “future US presnit, and Weather Underground toddler corp”. Tacked to a post was Obama’s birth certificate from Kenya, and a cut out article from a Hawaiian newspaper of the arrival of baby Husseini, with stoopid white people scribbled on the margin.

True lie, swear to baby jeevus on a Koran.

— reminded me that Obama’s real live honest-to-goodness birth certificate was found MONTHS ago:

I hope Bruce Springsteen writes a song about this.

[I posted this at my place several months ago. Sadly, it is appropriate for a repost.]






15 replies
  1. 1
    Spaghetti Lee says:

    I hope Bruce Springsteen writes a song about this.

    (strumming guitar)

    Grab your old Koran,
    make yourself look brown,
    and meet me tonight down in Kenyatown.

  2. 2
    MikeJ says:

    For the love of god, stop using h4 headers or change the damned style sheet.

  3. 3
    cathyx says:

    The least you could have done was make his birth height longer than 20″. My daughter was 21″ and I think she’ll be about 5’8″ when she’s grown.

  4. 4
    Warren Terra says:

    The Blackazoid Certificate is an oldie, but it’s a timeless classic.

    Re it being an oldie, it came out in August 2008. You really ought to link its original creator, which so far as I can tell you didn’t here or in your linked post. Firstly, because it’s the done thing, and secondly because their post says “must credit”, although that might be part of the joke.

  5. 5
    El Cid says:

    Using my sharp knowledge of word choice and sentence length, I conclude that the carving on the crib was written by none other than Bill Ayers. And arranged by Saul Alinsky.

  6. 6
    ruemara says:

    @MikeJ:

    You ever consider just skipping her posts, since it bothers you so damned much? Or is your bitching just part of the charm?

  7. 7
    pjcamp says:

    Well you can tell THAT’S fake.

    Babies aren’t high. They’re long.

  8. 8
    Corner Stone says:

    @ruemara:

    You ever consider just skipping her posts, since it bothers you so damned much?

    Why would anyone do that? They’re the best part of this godforsaken hole!

  9. 9
    Steeplejack says:

    @Spaghetti Lee:

    Win! I think I can get you studio time for that on Monday.

  10. 10
    General Stuck says:

    Blush awwe ABL :-)

  11. 11

    i was 8 years old and running with koran in my hand
    to mardrassa to pick up the religion of my old man
    i’d sit on his mat in that gig ole mosque and we’d cheer when
    KPU went down
    Kenyatta was fair he’d say, son take a good look around

    this is your hometown
    this is your home town

    this is your home town,…

  12. 12

    My favorite part:

    Mother’s Religion: EH

  13. 13

    @MikeJ: If this has something to do with all of ABL’s posts having a line of text in blue that looks like a link but isn’t…I concur.

    If not, a thousand pardons.

  14. 14
    Bulworth says:

    Of course Obama was born in Kenya. I know this from my soldier of fortune days with the Foreign Legion in Africa, when one day whilst fighting for exploitation, I came across a a baby crib in a hut, with Little Baby Barack carved in the headpost. There were more words that said “future US presnit, and Weather Underground toddler corp”. Tacked to a post was Obama’s birth certificate from Kenya, and a cut out article from a Hawaiian newspaper of the arrival of baby Husseini, with stoopid white people scribbled on the margin.

    This is a Very Serious and bracing claim that, even if completely idiotic and snarkful, moves the debate.

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    TheGemini says:

    I used to think so, but have since seen copies of the Hawaiian long-form from 1961 (they’re all over the internet) and nowhere on it does it specify anyone’s religion. I am now forced to conclude that the long-form simply doesn’t exist.

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