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Wednesday, October 22, 2008


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Have you been following the situation with Obama suddenly returning to Hawaii to visit his grandmother. The real reason he returned to Hawaii can be found at

Talk about no clothes...


Sorry, dropped a few letters on that source:


for some reason the portion of the address in the "2008/10/hawaii-supreme-court"..., the "aii" in "hawaii" isn't displaying in the comment?? Obama wasn't drawn to Hawaii to visit his grandmother who had fallen and been released from the hospital for a week, whom he only visited for one hour on a visit in the previous year, he went there to try and stop someone from demanding his birth records be released...why? He wouldn't suspend his efforts to address a national crisis until he had been called in by the president but two weeks before the election he takes two days to rush to his grandmother's side and it just happens to be at the same time someone is there requesting the courts release his birth records?


Intriguing Renee... click here to get to the page.

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