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    Obama's lies exposed - Uncle Onyango


    Well we all heard a few years ago that Obama had a drunken Uncle (arrested) and an Aunt stealing social services. When approached about it before the election Obama had his team tell everyone technically there was no record. They told us no record, not that it didn't happen. This is another indirect lie. Now Onyango wants legal status here. After stealing from us for all these years they gave it to him. A crook. The same for his Aunt. Now they collect mine and your tax money to do nothing while we work. Isn't that special. They get free insurance too. Obama knew the question was asked and knew the answer given to the public and yet he kept silent knowing he even lived with the guy. LIAR. Omission with the knowledge is also a lie folks. Make me start to wonder if the whole birther thing might actually be on target. Obama used all kind of ways to deceive and get around the system. If he lived with the uncle he too was stealing from the government and us. Nobody lives free folks, or should because we are a collective community. Pitiful that the president knew what they told us and kept silent until the uncle needed the info to get free social service and asylum. After Obama is gone we should revoke it since it was all based on lies and theft. Obama reads the papers he KNEW folks. DUH! So they let Onyango stay because of his good morals - continual Identity Theft and drunk driving. Good grief. How low do they set the bar?

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