That Obama family sure knows how to get their masquerade on.
Check it out:
Imagine that he caught the attention of the cameras, the reporters, Secret Service men and vans and other assorted onlookers as he planned a leisurely stroll through his neighborhood for a little Trick or Treating. There's that poor judgment again. Let's see now: shutting out CBS affiliates who dare ask Joey B a real question, kicking reporters whose papers backed McCain off the campaign plane, now "growing especially testy" with the media - this is getting to be quite the trend, isn't it? I wonder how he'll handle reporters who displease him after the Ascension?
Halloween is a great family holiday and the Obamas are no exception. They're just like us! Obama family disguises:
- Barry went as a girly man.
- Little Sashay dressed as a corpse bride
- Malaria was disguised as an evil fairy
- No word on Michelle's costume but anonymous inside sources reveal that it involved a big ugly brooch.
- Aunt Zeituni pretended to be living within the law
Old Auntie Z, a relative who appeared in your next president's Dreams From My Father, has turned up in Boston, illegal and on welfare. Not just any old illegal immigrant but a person who " was instructed to leave the United States by a U.S. immigration judge who denied her asylum request " - a deportee who simply refused to leave the country as ordered and then went on to obtain public housing and collect welfare.
It takes a village, eh Barry? Well, your village is calling and it wants to give you some government money as a campaign donation. Auntie Z used some of her welfare money to contribute to Obama's campaign.
Is that legal? Oops! Aunt Zeituni does not do legal. My bad.
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.”
Hey, look! Aunt Zeituni is a regular media darling. Here's a reference to an AP interview in 2003:
An Associated Press story about poor people buying lottery tickets at cheque-cashing shops, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, on May 25, 2003, quotes a Zeituni Onyango whom it describes as out of work and without much money. “It's like when I feel luck might fall I do that, like manna might come from Heaven. That’s when I buy it,” she told AP.
Manna from Heaven. Looks like the lottery didn't pan out so now Auntie's betting her check on Barry's election. He didn't help you before, Zeituni, even though he was in the same city, made millions, garnered influence - what makes you think that your expectations for a better life thanks to him are going to be fulfilled now?
Keep running, Barry. Run far.