Obama Says Poor Relatives Keep His Kids Grounded

Obama’s illegal alien Auntie Onyango lives on welfare in Massachusetts.
Obamas Aunt
Zeituni Onyango lives in a disabled-access flat in a South Boston slum. She has lived in public housing for 5 years. She even illegally donated to Obama’s campaign. (Rush Limbaugh photo)

Barack Obama’s illegal alien Uncle Onyango Obama was arrested in August 2011 for driving drunk.
He was held by ICE for two weeks. Onyango told police when he was arrested that he planned to arrange bail through the White House.

Onyango Obama denied he was drinking and driving, or that he failed to yield the right of way. Omar registered a reading of 0.14 percent on a blood-alcohol breath test, which is above the state’s legal driving limit of 0.08 percent. (BBC)

Barack’s brother George Obama lives in a slum hut in Huruma estate.
Barack has not lifted a finger to lift his brother from poverty.

Left to Right : Rastaman, One of the girls in George’s room, George Hussein Obama, Jack, a body guard in the Kenyan slum. (Thaindian)


Today Barack Obama told reporters poor relatives keep his kids grounded.
Political Ticker reported:

Their home has its own bowling alley, movie theatre, and chef.

But while living in the White House could leave Sasha and Malia Obama with a distorted sense of how Americans live, their father says he’s always conveying to his daughters how abnormal their situation really is.

“We are constantly reminding Malia and Sasha of the slightly unreal environment that they’re in, and that that’s not the norm and they shouldn’t expect to be the norm,” President Barack Obama said in an interview for the Amazon Kindle store.

Having relatives who don’t live like the commander-in-chief – and even struggle to get by – has kept his children grounded, Obama said.

“One of the advantages we have is that we still have family members who are not only middle class, but we’ve got some family members who are poor,” he told Amazon editor David Blum. “Malia and Sasha have cousins who know what it’s like to struggle and know what it’s like to have to scrape by. They know that those kids are just as worthy as they are, they just haven’t had as much luck.”

At least his kids will know how to bilk the system if they ever fall on hard times.

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