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Sunday, March 30, 2008

A walking, talking hope machine. . .

. . .has apparently transformed into a walking, talking time machine.

I bumped this post to the front page to save visitors the trouble of going through the archives to find the post on Obama's "teeny little Tuzla," as Lucianne.com calls it. Welcome Ldotters, one and all.

I just received an email from a friend pointing out some discrepancies in a Barack Obama speech at Selma, Alabama.

It seems hard to imagine how the story as related by Sen. Obama could be true, considering the fact that he was born on August 4, 1961. The marches in Selma, Alabama didn't begin until March 7, 1965. Also, his birth date would indicate that he was conceived in late 1960. This would seem to preclude the notion that Obama's grandfather was inspired by the words of John and Robert Kennedy to send Barack Obama, Sr. on a plane to America in an airlift they instituted in order to bring young African men to our shores. If there were any inspiring words and airlifts, they would have had to be uttered and instituted by Dwight Eisenhower, just as my email indicates.

So, here we have a candidate who has an incredible ability to connect with audiences, and manipulate the space-time continuum. I really don't know how the hell you beat that.

Thanks for bringing this to my attention, emailer!

UPDATE: Welcome Moonbattery vistitors! The link is very much appreciated, and anything that helps get the word out about Obama's historical revisionism is helpful.

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