Saturday, November 1, 2008

Obama's Auntie Zeituni Onyango In U.S. Illegally

Family Members Immigrated Here Illegally, Obama Knew!

Besides living in a slum, Democrat Presidential Candidate Barack Hussein Obama's Auntie Zeituni Onyango is living in the United States of America illegally! 

Auntie Zeituni is Obama's long-lost half-aunt from Kenya.  She was discovered this week living in a public housing ("SLUM") in Boston and is here in the United States illegally according to an A.P. Press Report yesterday.

Auntie Zeituni is living in a slum?  So much for spreading the wealth around, eh Senator Government?Zeituni Onyango, Barack Obama's aunt, has lived in a South Boston public housing complex for five years. Photos of Obama adorn her walls.

In Obama's book Dreams of my Father he states his belief that family has an obligation to take care of each other.  Yet, here we find Auntie Zeituni living in a slum in Boston. 

While 2008 Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama has lived one version of the American dream that has taken him to the steps of the White House, his Kenyan aunt and uncle, immigrants who live living in modest circumstances in Boston a few miles from where he studied at Harvard, have quite the contrasting American story.

The Obama campaign confirmed late Friday Evening (Just in time to bury it in the news cycle) that the Times of London story this morning is in fact correct in linking Obama to Auntie Zeituni as a family member.

In what we could only describe as a shameful move on Obama's part, he took $260 in campaign contributions from Auntie Zeituni while she lives in squalor in a slum.  (A search of campaign contributions from the FEC shows Auntie Zeituni's donation.)  What does this say about Obama?   Plenty.  Leaving family members to live in slums while having more than $600,000,000 in campaign funds is simply shameful.  It's also hypocritical based on Obama's own words pertaining to family responsibility in his book Dreams of my Father.

Speaking outside her home in Flaherty Way, South Boston this week, Onyango, 56, confirmed she was the "Auntie Zeituni" in Obama's memoir. She declined to answer most other questions about her relationship with the presidential contender until after the November 4 election.

"I can't talk about it, I just pray for him, that's all," she said, adding: "After the 4th, I can talk to anyone."

Perhaps after November 4th Auntie Zeituni will be given a Presidential Pardon for breaking our country's Immigration Laws and be given citizenship after being here illegally for so many years just like many other millions of illegal immigrants.

In closing, I can't help but wonder if as an illegal alien if she's been registered to vote by ACORN.

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