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Pandering in Selma

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 5, 2007 08:34 AM

Drudge is headlining Hillary’s new Southern twang adopted during a speech in Selma, Alabama to commemorate Bloody Sunday. But even more noteworthy: Obama’s truth-stretching speech the same day. Allah caught two truthy assertions by The Messiah:

1) His claim that a Kennedy-sponsored airlift in Africa was responsible for bringing the Obama family to the U.S.

2) His claim that events in Selma led to his parents getting together–and Obama being born.

Allah questions the timing.

1) JFK didn’t take office until two years after Obama’s arrived in the U.S.

2) Obama, Jr., was born four years before Bloody Sunday in Selma.

It’s like the legend of Hillary-Sir Edmund Hilary all over again!

The New York Times helps Obama spin:

Mr. Obama relayed a story of how his Kenyan father and his Kansan mother fell in love because of the tumult of Selma, but he was born in 1961, four years before the confrontation at Selma took place. When asked later, Mr. Obama clarified himself, saying: “I meant the whole civil rights movement.” He also acknowledged for the first time a recent revelation by a genealogist that his mother’s ancestors in Kentucky owned slaves, something reported by The Baltimore Sun last week.


La Shawn Barber

“This sort of thing is supremely embarrassing and irritating to me. What is it with black churches and condescending white liberals? A match made in ‘heaven.'”

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