Stanley Ann Dunham Obama biographies, Obama birth mystery, The Bridge, A Singular Woman, The Other Barack, The Obamas, No hospital record of Obama’s birth in Honolulu

Stanley Ann Dunham Obama biographies, Obama birth mystery, The Bridge, A Singular Woman, The Other Barack, The Obamas, No hospital record of Obama’s birth in Honolulu

“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed
–if all records told the same tale–then the lie passed into
history and became truth. “Who controls the past,” ran the
Party slogan, “controls the future: who controls the present
controls the past.”…George Orwell, “1984″

“When you pick up your morning or evening newspaper and think
you are reading the news of the world, what you are reading
is a propaganda which has been selected, revised, and doctored
by some power which has a financial interest in you.”
…. Upton Sinclair

From World Net Daily September 7, 2011.

“The hole in Ann Dunham’s biography”

“In the last year or so respected publishers have released four biographies by mainstream authors that feature, as a central fact, the birth of President Barack Obama to his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham (Ann), in 1961.

Given that there has been a certain controversy about the birth, one might expect that each of the books would, if not settle the controversy, at least deal with it intelligently. None of them does.

These books include a 2010 biography of the president, “The Bridge,” by New Yorker editor David Remnick; a 2011 biography of Dunham, “A Singular Woman,” by New York Times reporter Janny Scott; a 2011 biography of Barack Obama Sr., “The Other Barack,” by Sally Jacobs of the Boston Globe; and a 2010 multi-generational biography of the Obama family, “The Obamas,” by BBC journalist Peter Firstbrook.

Clearly, if Dunham had not given birth to Obama, none of these four books would have been written. Yet the authors are shockingly mute on the subject of Dunham’s pregnancy and Obama’s birth.

University of Hawaii records show that Dunham left school at the end of January in 1961, and subsequent divorce records suggest a Maui wedding on Feb. 2. This is where the paper trial ends.

As to the Maui wedding, everyone writes with uncertainty. Jacobs says only, “The couple apparently had a quiet civil ceremony.” Scott writes that the wedding took place “reportedly on the island of Maui.” (Italics mine)

In Remnick’s account, Dunham tells no one about the wedding, but in Firstbrook’s imaginative account, the parents accompany the happy couple on the trip to Maui. As Obama has conceded, there are no wedding photos and no documents.

Jack Cashill’s literary investigation uncovers revelations galore about Obama’s alleged life narrative. Order the book “Deconstructing Obama: The Life, Love and Letters of America’s First Post-Modern President”

After the wedding, Dunham disappears from the record. Not one of these authors provides the slightest hint of what she may have done or where she may have gone between Feb. 2 and Aug. 4 of 1961. Nada. Not a word.

All of these books were published with the eligibility controversy in full flower. The informed reader would expect the authors, especially Dunham’s biographer Scott, to at least comment on the absence of information. None does.

The reporting on Obama’s birth is, if anything, even more evasive. All four rely on the certification of live birth (COLB) first posted online in 2008 by the Daily Kos.

Since the COLB does not specify a hospital, the authors seem to have accepted Obama’s post-election claim to having been born at Kapiolani. Before the election, however, news reports routinely cited Honolulu’s Queen’s Medical Center as Obama’s birthplace.”

“As to those “officials in Hawaii,” one of them was Tim Adams, who served as the senior elections clerk for the City and County of Honolulu in the run-up to the 2008 election.

In his recently posted masters thesis, Adams repeats what he told the media in 2010 before being gagged by his university and menaced by the Obots and their media allies.

“There is no hospital record of [Obama’s] birth in Honolulu and the Hawaii Department of Health told us in the Elections Office that there was no birth certificate.”

To a person, these biographers fail to provide the kind of supporting evidence that would refute Adams’ claim, either with photos or personal testimony.”

“No matter. In the age of Obama, the media “debunkers” have turned their sights not on the powers that be but on those who would challenge those powers.

Anti-journalism at its finest!”

Read more:

Thanks to commenter GORDO


94 responses to “Stanley Ann Dunham Obama biographies, Obama birth mystery, The Bridge, A Singular Woman, The Other Barack, The Obamas, No hospital record of Obama’s birth in Honolulu

  1. Morning CW. Sorry to have to repost something. As soon as I put it up on your last post, bam you have a new post up. Time to read it.

    Good Morning! I watched the debate last night on MSNBC. It was good. However, I have not watched NBC in several years and found myself feeling like I had bedbugs by just turning the channel to those guys. Next debate on NBC I will need to spray myself with DDT first.

    Perry did fine for his first time out. He will get better. He needs to better explain why Texas has some low numbers regarding education and healthcare coverage.

    I would assume both have to do with the populations’ make up of a fair percentage of illegals coming across the boarder looking for jobs. Many of the kids coming across the boarder lack education and when they get plugged into the Texas education system it would necessarily strain the system and reflect in the numbers some bean counter has come up with. Same with uninsured percentages and lower pay jobs. Many people go to
    Texas looking for work, any work, from all of the Texas boarders and many of those come with no healthcare and are just trying to get on their feet before dealing such things as insurance. There’s always the emergency room.

    I liked Perry’s explanation of his immigration plan.

    I really liked what Gingrich had to say about immigration. He is always thoughtful. I could see him as a VP choice given his knowledge of how the system works.

    I thought Santorum was good on immigration and conservatives’ caring for the poor. He is spot on with the hand up and not keeping poor on road to dependency. He has a lot of passion. However, Santorum’s the social issue warrior. I really hope the focus will stay on economic issues. That is the Tea Party’s strength and I think they should stay out of weeds with the social issues.

    I also thought Huntsman did fine. However, I don’t like or trust the fact that he is the mainstream media’s choice FOR the Republicans.

    I think that Romney actually did the best of the front-runners. He showed a lot of class by not piling on Perry regarding the inoculation of young girls issue.

    I also liked when Gingrich got on the Politico hack’s but when he constantly tried to get candidates to fight each other. I like Gingrich but he has high negatives (rightly or wrongly). He was the media’s biggest whipping post before Palin and Bachmann.

    Bachmann did fine. However, I don’t think she did enough to move up.

    Ron Paul did fine. I like 90% of what he says. However, the 10% dealing with foreign policy could lead to Israel’s destruction. I don’t think he is anti-Semitic like some allege. He is just so firm on his beliefs about non-intervention that it could be dangerous.

    Cain was very good. I don’t think he can break out. Maybe in the coming months he will gain traction.

    The person I find myself wanting to see more of is Thad McCotter.

    I’m also a strong Palin fan. I hope she will decide soon so people can really start to focus on the field and start opening their wallets. I’m not giving yet but I want to see the final product.

  2. Good morning Zach, et al.
    Thanks for the info.

  3. PS-Zach you can post as much as you want.

  4. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    The debate was very good. Perry did a good job and proof of it was how rabid the mostly Dem MSNBC crew (mainly Chrissey Matthews) attacked his stand on Social Security and evolution.
    HOWEVER the biggest question I have for today is what in Hell is Rush Limbaugh up to? I just found this at Drudge.

    “Rush Limbaugh predicts: Marco Rubio will be president”

    Read more: Rush Limbaugh predicts: Marco Rubio will be president

    Everyone here knows what NBC means and Marco does not meet it.
    Is Rush trying to force the issue or WHAT?

  5. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Rush likes Rubio and so do I. My faith in the court system and justice has severely been shaken. However, a Rubio candidacy would be good . It would be another chance to get the issue before the courts and probably some in main stream media would not block the way if they were behind in the polls. I read a Lame Cherry post that suggested a factual senario that the SCOTUS might entertain should they wish to make an acceptable extension to the term. The Courts needs to address the issue if they wish to regain any credibility. However, I believe they are committed to hiding.

    See Lame Cherry’s thoughts here:
    See also:

  6. Here is one of Leo’s comments in response to a question.

    …ed. Here is my prediction… there will NEVER be an adjudication of this issue as to Obama…UNLESS he tries to stay on as POTUS even if not re-elected, or if he wins 2012 and then in 2016 he tries to go for a third term… or if he ever declares martial law installing himself perpetually. That is the only way you will ever see this issue adjudicated in a US court of law. If that was the plan, all of this work on the nbc issue will matter. If he doesn’t push for that kind of change, it will fade away. – Leo

  7. New Jobless claims: 414K

    President Zero continues to suck.

  8. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Thank you Zach. Now let’s just hope the Dems take the bait and challenge Mark. However I don’t think they will. Let sleeping dogs lay.


    Richard Viguerie: The Winner of the GOP Presidential Debate Was Texas Governor Rick Perry

  10. CW….
    There was no wedding. That was just some more Bill Ayers bulls**t.

    Obama wasn’t born, he was hatched!


    Did Rick Perry just win the GOP race for the White House? Texas Governor sails through TV debate as Michele Bachmann comes up short

  12. Interested Bystander

    Hey All,

    I understand about that “10%” that concerns people regarding Paul. I can see where it would be a “deal breaker”.

    My whole arguement on Paul is that his answers adhere to the Constitution, where any of the candidates talking about Government doing this or that or using our military for “the best interest of the United States”, or “if it saves one life” kind of statements, have expanded the Constitution in to something it was never intended to be.

    If you give points for “selling points”, then I’d have to comment all of the candidates did themselves well last night (except for Paul, who did himself no favors last night).

    His “fense” answer last night is a good example. Paul is absolutely right. “We the people” have to understand that the same fense that is used to keep illegals out, CAN be used to keep people in. I guess a good example of this would be cameras at intersections. They were installed under the guise of helping with traffic control, but have evolved in to being a tool that can be used for other purposes like catching people jaywalking, running stop lights or any other purposes “they” deem necessary.

    We have to understand that life is NOT without risks. Government will NOT be able to legislate us to a point where we are “safe”. It just won’t happen.

    I’d like for our Government to go back to the roll of being “Uncle” Sam (you really don’t hear that saying much anymore, in my opinion because those who aspire for bigger Government can’t “spin” the “Uncle” moniker to bolster their position).

    The bottom line is, when Government stays out of the way of free market, the people and in turn the economy thrives.

    As it is now, with this regulation and that tax the people have been legislated in to HOW they can do things. There are so many “rules” that it harnesses our economy. It’s no wonder businesses struggle to make ends meet.

    We really need to start dismanteling this gigantic monster that has been created.

    We have to look at the candidates and decide for ourselves who would be the best candidate to accomplish this.

  13. zach

    I am hopeing that governor Sarah Palin will announce her run for president on the 11th of this month … Sunday on her Face Book and Twitter.

    The 11th is “Patroits Day” It would be so fitting for Sarah.

  14. After reviewing the debates again, IMHO Rick Perry won and both Romney and Huntsman scored some points. It will be interesting to see what happens with Romney and Huntsman’s poll numbers since they are vying for the same moderate voters. Gingrich was very good but I don’t think he can win. The rest of the also-rans either treaded water or sunk even lower in the single digits than they already are.

  15. Interested Bystander Don’t get me wrong, I will vote for Paul if he is the nominee.

  16. Interested Bystander


    I think 99% of the folks that post here understand you support Perry. (At least this week you do, who knows where you’ll stand next week, the way you have flip flopped on Trump, our military and any other number of subjects that you stick your finger in your mouth, hold it up in to the wind to find out which way it is blowing)

    Why do you have to strangle the thread with article after article about how Perry “won” last night?

    Give it a break for one day.


  17. MANASSAS, Va., Sept. 7, 2011 — /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of, issued the following statement regarding the outcome of the Republican presidential debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California:

    “No one knocked Rick Perry off his perch.

    “There are two principal tests a candidate must pass to become the Republican nominee in 2012.

    “First, the candidate must be seen to be a conservative. Second, the candidate must convince Republican primary voters that he or she can beat President Obama.

    “When Governor Perry announced his candidacy, I said he was the only candidate who met both tests.

    “There were eight candidates on the stage. To win the debate, one of the other GOP contenders had to meet those two tests–be seen as a conservative and show he or she can beat Obama. And the person had to show he or she can do those two things better than Rick Perry.

    “Each of the candidates had their moments and each showed they had a constituency, but none of the other candidates scaled that tall mountain and knocked Perry out of the front runner’s role.”

    NOTE TO EDITORS: Richard A. Viguerie pioneered political direct mail and has been called “one of the creators of the modern conservative movement” (The Nation) and one of the “conservatives of the century”(Washington Times). He is the author of Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause.

    Read more:

  18. Ginger – Either way Palin goes it will better being on the fence. She will continue to be a powerful force. I admire her guts. Zach

  19. Interested Bystander


    You sure about Huntsman?

    Last night you were all about Huntsman, and then when someone pointed out Huntsman being an “establishment” type, you were scratching your head wondering if that person was right, and how maybe you missed something.

    The best I can say about you is that your mind works in a very “strange” way.


    Thanks for the reply.

  20. Interested Bystander –Please be careful how you post your reply. The above comment looks like I was writing it to FS. And you welcome for my reply.

    Here’s a great headline on Free Republic.

    Thursday, September 08, 2011 9:23:38 AM · by Graewoulf · 34 replies
    MCNBC Tv | September 8, 2011 | Rick Santelli
    At 7:33 AM CDT Rick Santelli asked guest host Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times foreign Affairs Columnist, and author of his new book ” That Used to be Us, ” the following question: ” Is Social Security a Ponzi Scheme ? ” Tom replied, ” Your question is idiotic ! ” Rick then replied: ” Your answer is idiotic! ” GAME ON !

  21. Interested Bystander


    Maybe this would interest you:

    It seems that when “we the people” are asked about who won, they have a different opinion than those you link too.

  22. Interested Bystander


    Yes sir………….sorry about that

  23. Interested Bystander


    How about this one?

    I know it’s msnbc, but it is the network you had to have on to watch the debate.

  24. Was just watching a replay of the debate, and Perry referred to Obama as, “the resident in the White House”. I wonder what Perry was really thinking?

  25. bob strauss, et. al.

    Have a great day. I have to go.

  26. Finally,

    Maxine Waters openly challenging The One on the Black/White disparity in unemployment just before his speech today.


    Might have to listen to the sumbitch spin his lies after all

  27. Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | September 8, 2011 at 7:58 am |
    Everyone here knows what NBC means and Marco does not meet it.
    Is Rush trying to force the issue or WHAT?
    I think he’s stirring the pot, and trying to draw out the traitors.

  28. Interested Bystander


    I went to the link you provided at 9:51 and found this interesting:

    “Ron Paul was disqualified due to voter skewing.”

    I read this to mean:

    Ron Paul was dsqualified because he got the most votes in our poll, but “WE” have deemed him “unelectable”.

    How can you “skew” a poll that you can only vote ONCE in?

    Ya think maybe the MSM doesn’t want Paul’s message to get out? Ya think maybe, just maybe IF the people heard Paul’s message in an unfiltered way, then maybe they’d realize that his message is the message of free market, liberty, and getting back to the original intent of the Constitution is the message that NEEDS to be introduced in to this election cycle?

    Again, although I am defending Paul’s stance on issues, I can’t comment that I am a Paul supporter (yet).

    I simply think his message DESERVES to be heard, and NOT muzzled with rhetoric that includes, “extreme”, “whackjob”, “isolationist” or “radical”.

    Terms YOU seem to be comfortable posting, not just about Paul, but about others who disagree with your “beliefs”.

  29. Although I am not a Ron Paul supporter, his concerns and voice are valid and should be heard. There is a reason that his voice is being drowned out and that is because his ideas are a threat to the power brokers in our Federal Government.

  30. Interested Bystander


    I agree, and I would also comment that I wish there was a better “vehicle” being used to voice those concerns.

    Paul looks uneasy, uncomfortable and seems to be a bit unsure of how to voice those concerns in a way that regular folks can understand.

    I’m a lot like that in social settings, so I can relate to Paul’s uneasyness.

  31. The bottom line is regardless of who you think won the debate as Gingrich pointed everyone (but ron paul–IMHO) on the stage last night would be infinitely better than boHillary. So I am not going to fall for the demRat attempts here to try and divide Conservatives by smearing every Republican but ron paul who is almost as bad as bo.

  32. FS. UNLIKE YOU, I haven’t smeared any of the Republican candidates. You have taken the time to smear all of the other candidates on this forum other than Rick Perry. Also, last night in your hot and heavy (albeit brief) love affair with Huntsman, it occurred to me that you like elections to a “beauty contest “.

  33. So Mr. Huntsman, what would your approach to “swirled peas”(world peace) be? After the bikini and talent contest, of course


    Perry’s courage in speaking the truth about Social Security bodes well for his willingness to frontally tackle entitlement reform, and the opposite appears true of Romney.


    Rick Perry sealed his position as GOP front-runner last night after he eased through his first presidential TV debate with a straight-talking and confident performance.

    The Texas governor defied expectations he might falter on the national stage and batted off challenges from Mitt Romney on the economy, healthcare and social security.


    Yet Perry, stylistically, ruled the roost. The media seems to consider Romney the winner. Pardon the condescension, but they’re not thinking like Republican base voters. Romney approaches every question as if he is in an actual debate, trying to provide the most intellectually compelling answer available, within the bounds of political expediency. Perry treats questions as interruptions


    Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of

    “No one knocked Rick Perry off his perch.

    “There are two principal tests a candidate must pass to become the Republican nominee in 2012.

    “First, the candidate must be seen to be a conservative. Second, the candidate must convince Republican primary voters that he or she can beat President Obama.

    “When Governor Perry announced his candidacy, I said he was the only candidate who met both tests.

    “There were eight candidates on the stage. To win the debate, one of the other GOP contenders had to meet those two tests–be seen as a conservative and show he or she can beat Obama. And the person had to show he or she can do those two things better than Rick Perry.

    “Each of the candidates had their moments and each showed they had a constituency, but none of the other candidates scaled that tall mountain and knocked Perry out of the front runner’s role.”

  38. The Obama legacy marches on, all having questionable citizenship with questionable Social Security Card entitlements.

  39. You might think that Perry’s lament about Social Security is a net positive, and perhaps it may be, but he had better come up with a plan to either salvage it or replace it. The American people have paid too much into it to have it be all together destroyed. He has opened a huge door for Mitt Romney to walk through. Mitt is an expert at saving large programs such as SSI. Look at what he did with the winter Olympics in Utah.

  40. OT, but this is extremely important re. ATF and FBI’s activity in supplying high-powered weapons to criminals in Indiana. The press is NOT covering this, and it is up to us to spread the word. Just like the Project Gunrunner carried out in the Southwest.
    Courtesy of Drew, who posted over at Dr. Kates:

    Obama Regime Arming U.S. Street Gangs via ATF

    “Project Gangwalker?” … More gunwalking — in INDIANA! — FBI manipulated NICS system in favor of felons, AGAIN!

    Mainstream media ignores Indiana ‘Gunwalker’ story


  41. Interesting, Perry getting tough with the old codger.
    Look’s like he was getting ready to give him a smack.

  42. Re. ATF and FBI supplying guns to criminals in Indiana, here is a quote from Drew (at Dr. Kate’s blog) that is worth pondering:

    Is this how the Obama Marxists plan to “take out” the Tea Party?

    Give guns to criminal gangs in American cities — and ‘sic’ them on “the Tea Party”, if Obama loses the election … or if it even appears he might lose the election ?? … Martial Law and U.N. troops on American streets — instead of the 2012 election? … Sounds like a plan.

    Remember what Obama’s Marxist Muslim cousin did in Kenya, four years ago, when he lost the election?

    See the links posted in my previous comment.

  43. As I stated last night. I found Romney acceptable last night. I thought his best moment was when he like Gingrich urged for Party unity. The exchanges between Perry and Romney were enlightening and good for the Republican Party as a whole. They are both good men although they have vastly different philosophies. I will vote for Romney if he is the nominee and I will vote for a Perry/Romney ticket. Either Romney or Huntsman would provide balance to the ticket. Perry is already head and shoulders above the rest of the Conservatives.

  44. re: lamecherry on rubio

    Lamecherry makes an iteresting point on Rubio’s nbc status. I don’t know whether I buy what he says or not. I’d have to hear what donofrio and others have to say about it first.

  45. Pat 1789 | September 8, 2011 at 11:19 am |
    Interesting, Perry getting tough with the old codger.
    Look’s like he was getting ready to give him a smack.


  46. Cabby – AZ | September 8, 2011 at 11:24 am |
    Re. ATF and FBI supplying guns to criminals in Indiana, here is a quote from Drew (at Dr. Kate’s blog) that is worth pondering:

    Is this how the Obama Marxists plan to “take out” the Tea Party?

    I’d hate to think about going to vote in a major city in 2012.

    If the polls are close, i think i’d be surprised if there aren’t flash mobs around the polling places.

  47. And if there is a violent flash mob around some big city polling place, i can just see the reaction from msnbc. You’ll be a racist if you think there is anything wrong with the mob.
    Remember, this is the same crowd that said a police car sitting two miles from a polling place might scare off black people from voting, so it was racism for the cops to be sitting there. Two miles away.

  48. Rep. Issa : DOJ Let Explosives Walk in Operation Fast and Furious – 9/7/11


    Rick Perry grins, shrugs and swings away at Reagan Library GOP debate

    Perry: “Michael Dukakis created jobs three times faster than you did, Mitt.” (A grin and a “whaddya gonna do?” sort of shrug followed.)

    Romney: “George Bush and his predecessor created jobs at a faster rate than you did, Governor.”

    Perry: “That’s not correct.”

  50. Obama sticker in urinal draws criticism and laughs KGET TV 17

  51. Investigators Probe White House Role in Massive Energy Loan (CBS News – 9/2/11)
    House investigators said they have uncovered evidence that White House officials became personally involved in an Energy Department review of a hot-button $535 million loan guarantee to the now-failed California solar company Solyndra

  52. Rush is bashing demRat brian williams for attempting to smear Gov Perry and praising Perry for his strong answers.

  53. FBI agents executing search warrent at Solyndra. 🙂

  54. Rush:
    “Rick Perry probably lost the Cop-Killer vote last night, but the demRats probably had that vote anyway.”

  55. I asked my Business Finance daughter about the following email I received………
    If you averaged only 30K over your working life, that’s close to $220,500. If you calculate the future value of $4,500 per year (yours & your employer’s contribution, 15%) at a simple 5% (less than what the govt. pays on the money that it borrows), after 49 years of working (me) you’d have $892,919.98. If you took out only 3% per year, you receive $26,787.60 per year and it would last better than 30 years, and that’s with no interest paid on that final amount on deposit! If you bought an annuity and it paid 4% per year, you’d have a lifetime income of $2,976.40 per month. The folks in Washington have pulled off a bigger Ponzi scheme than Bernie Madoff ever had.

    Daughter sent an Excel file with calculations to work with and replied…….
    What the government “banked” on is that most younger people don’t think about retirement and savings and don’t start saving until later in life (30 years or less till retirement). So social security was set up as a forced savings. The problem is that the money is not actually put in an account and saved. It is exactly like Bernie Madoff. The amount that goes in does not sit there earning interest waiting for you to retire, it gets put into the General Fund and then paid out to retirees as well as other things…Like Bernie the government needs to take money from new investors (workers) to pay the liabilities as they come due.
    This is why G.W. Bush and others when trying to tackle the social security problem wanted to create an account that people can “self-direct” their investments. This would allow people to earn more, be more transparent in what they actually have, and provide capital for investments in the private market (i.e., the stock market). Look at the excel file and change the interest rate to see how much more someone could have (a conservative average investment portfolio would likely earn closer to 8%). The purse strings (aka congress) obviously did not want this because it gives them less money to spend/waste. Again they used the belief that people are generally unable to make good decisions and would lose all their money if given the opportunity to make their own decisions on how it should be saved/invested. All to conceal the scam that is called Social Security.

  56. Rush: Rick Perry was the target of msnbc & politico last night. They were trying to take him out.

  57. Rush: Rick Perry only stumble was failing to strongly take on Huntsman on Climate Change.

  58. Rush was obviously very impressed with how Rick Perry handled himself!

  59. It sounds like you would like to “handle” Rick Perry too, FS.

    He is a decent candidate, but for God’s sake he is just a human being. Can we tone down the worship?

  60. Rush: “Rick Perry is willing to tell the truth.”

  61. Yesterday FS was posting articles about Perry’s “broad shoulders and coiffed hair”…and how get was easy on the eyes….

    At some point it is just ridiculous.

  62. Rush: Rick Perry had the “GUTS” to tell the Truth about Social Security.

    Rush is ripping karl rove to pieces!

  63. Rush: “I applaud Rick Perry.”

  64. Rush: Everyone on panel better than bo.

  65. Rush: Last night was best debate so far. People on the panel with the “Guts to stick to” conservative principles.

  66. Rush: Rick Perry has “Political Courage.”

  67. Rush: Is very critical of karl rove for attempting to smear Rick Perry.

  68. Jonah | September 8, 2011 at 12:26 pm |

    Jonah, thanks for the excellent workup and analysis of the Social Security situation. Furthermore, when a person dies before their projected life expectancy, whatever would be theoretically left in the account also dies with respect to the insured being able to pass it on. That then becomes part of the general fund, too. Of course, there are always folks who may enter the workforce late and still get sufficient quarters in to receive a decent social security benefit. Those numbers would not be as impressive as the one you cited. Nevertheless, this has been one big theft from the American people. I am 77 and still self-employed. I have to continue to pay in self-employment (S.S.) tax, as do others in my situation, but my benefits do not change.

  69. Getting back to the subject of Stanley Ann–good post CW. I don’t know if you have followed Attorney Stephen Pidgeon’s new theory? You can read about it at:

    I agree with Pidgeon that Malcolm X was the biological father, but that “Barry Soetoro” was born in Hawaii rather than Seattle. The name “Barak Mounir Ubayd” may have been the name chosen for him by Malcolm and that is what may be on the true, original birth certificate. Then at some point he was adopted by Lolo Soetoro and became Barry Soetoro.

    It is curious to me, however, the British Columbia name change. This is where Rev. Manning’s CIA – Columbia Trial comes into the picture–whether or not “Obama” is an identity created for him by the CIA? Why did he have to change his name from Barak Mounir Ubayd to Barack Hussein Obama, and why in British Columbia? The multiple SSNs and work for BIC (Business Internation Corporation) all point to the CIA as well.

    Time is on our side. Eventually the truth wins out. At this point I think the CIA is covering for Soetoro (the only name we know for sure was legally his) because he was recruited as a Muslim during the Cold War. His sympathies lie with the Shiites, the first to honor his probable biological father (Malcolm X) with a postage stamp in 1984. The CIA has guarunteed to the elites in Washington, to include the courts and the Media, that Soetoro is a natural born citizen and that is why we “birthers” can get nowhere with people like Glen Beck, O’Reilley and Limbaugh. They have been told to stay away from this subject in the interest of “national security.”

    But national security is in jeopardy because of Obama/Soetoro. The alliance between the CIA and the Muslim Brotherhood during the Cold War against the Soviets came to an end when the Berlin Wall came down. What few want to face is that Obama/Soetoro may be a stealth Muslim who came to power with overseas money and using his former work for the CIA to keep his records classified and out of circulation. Not a good thing.

    I am convinced that Pidgeon’s theory is essentially correct concerning Soetoro’s true paternity and that Rev. Manning’s CIA conclusion is correct concerning his Columbia Univeristy activity. It is working out the details and getting the actual proof that yet remains.

  70. Cabby – AZ | September 8, 2011 at 1:11 pm |
    I am 77 and still self-employed. I have to continue to pay in self-employment (S.S.) tax, as do others in my situation, but my benefits do not change.
    77 years of age? I think that makes you the matriarch of this group. And oldsalt is the patriarch, maybe. This should merit some respect, I believe. People who post here regularly and frequently should keep that in mind. Especially if he is a southern gentleman.

  71. My brother, Joseph is one of the many families in Bastrop who has had to be evacuted. I spoke with him, just yesterday. His house is in the Circle D area. Yesterday, though he isn’t allowed to return to his home, I suspect for,”peace of mind” went to rescue the “kitten” through the backroads, returned. While at the property their was a group driving about in the neighborhood in an old pick-up, he thought it may have been one of his nieghbor’s, the weren’t. Bastrop has a “meth’ problem, also. This group fit the “ilk”, or that is to say he had a “bad feeling”,upon seeing them. At the time, Joe was on the phone with my other brother George and had George write down the license number when they pulled up to the house. Needless, to say they, “flagged down”, the local Sheriff afterward and he went in after them. Joe had said, “they had several wide-screen televisions in the tail-end”. The kitten escaped rescue. His wife, did not, she required medical attention from the frightened animals thorough bite. From the hotel their staying in, Joe mentioned the huge planes dropping fire-repellant in front of the inferno. That’s all they can do to try to stop the advance and bulldoze breaks where they can. For the most part, it’s the aftermath the firefighters contend with. Cadavier dogs and looters. Their expecting stronger winds again this weekend with only 30% of the blaze contained. At present, Texas has been allowed (2) repellant aircraft carriers for the whole State from the current administration. The Obama administration has again failed the people in just last week cancelling the contract with the business that supplies the aircraft and pilots that fight the wildfires nationwide.

  72. Jonah…………..
    While I havn’t researched your daughter’s figures it would seem to be about right. But there is still one other very important aspect to all of the SS MESS. I reiterate ……Until LBJ and Congress finally,and irreparably changed the SS system from guaranteed annuities which if it had been left alone would have been worth many trillions today. Sadly the GLUTONOUS, and GREEDY LIBERAL DEMOCRATS who were interested in LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS RAPED the system OVER AND OVER giving themselves 23% raises 4 times, and one raise that exceeded 26% in the interim years between 1968 and 2002. Further it is probable that the recent bankruptcy of the green company was originally funded with SS money.

  73. When young people unfairly blame the seniors for depleting the funds they are WRONG. They need to take a look at 1968 Democratic BULLSH## which led DIRECTLY to todays SOCIAL SECURITY DEBACLE. Of course the funds cannot be maintained………..NOT WHEN THE THIEVING SLIMEY LIBERALS ARE STEALING THE MONEY FASTER THAN IT CAN BE PAID IN. THEN INSOLVENCY FOLLOWS. I have personally heard a lot of young people try to say it is the seniors who are being overpaid,or they have already overdrawn the time LIMIT. These snot nosed morons don’t know their backsides from a hole in the ground. First of all there is no imposed time limit of SS. You draw it until you die. If you want to know the truth about the SS system you only need to research LBJ,and Congress. They are responsible for the shortfall

  74. A hell of a lot of SS money was spent on the Viet Nam war. But even though the money was put through several filters to cleanse it the TIMING of the transfers are a matter of RECORD. The last of which was
    $500 billion, from which a very large portion went to the IMF so that they could pass it on to France,and other countries so that the PROSTITUTES of the country could have PAID FOR ABORTIONS. Paid for by the US
    TAXPAYER. Hope you enjoy that thought! I sure as hell don’t!


  76. I had called the Social Security administration at a time concerning benefits and payments. They only take account of your best (15) fifteen years of wage earnings to determine your return, the rest they pocket. Isn’t that how ponzi schemes work.

  77. > To a person, these biographers fail to provide the kind of supporting evidence that would refute Adams’ claim

    Who needs evidence against a weak claim like Adams’? A claim to the effect of “some unnamed persons told me they allegedly knew something without giving their sources”? Why would anyone need to “refute” that?
    Do you need to refute if I tell you someone from your family told me you liked to kill puppies as a child?

  78. First of all I would like to say terrific blog!

    I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your thoughts before writing.
    I’ve had a hard time clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out there.

    I truly do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10
    to 15 minutes are usually wasted simply just trying to
    figure out how to begin. Any recommendations or tips?


  79. Perhaps those 10-15 minutes are not wasted.

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