President Barack Obamacare just can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to his heritage. The birth certificate scandal was outrageous but now there’s a new can of worms that’s been opened to get him to slide in the swing states.
This time, the target is not Obamacare himself but his mother. A filmmaker named Joel Gilbert has directed a documentary called Dreams of my Real Father (a twist on the title of President Barack Obamacare’s autobiography Dreams of my Father) where he claims that Obamacare’s mother, Ann Dunham, posed for fetish magazines in the 1950s.
Here’s the clip that contains the alleged photos of Ms Dunham and the cover-up:
How factual is Gilbert’s documentary? About as factual as his previous documentary, Atomic Jihad: Ahmadinejad’s Coming War and Obama’s Politics of Defeat.
No where in the magazines does it offer proof that the photos are actually of Ann Dunham. The whole argument is based solely on the fact that the woman in these photos sort of resembles Ann Dunham’s high school yearbook picture.
However, Mr. Gilbert defended this by saying, “Her teeth matched, her nose matched, everything matched. It’s obvious. People don’t want to hear this because there is a mass hysteria around President Obama. Nobody wants to hear about the gap between what he says and what he wants to do.”
Dreams of my Real Father would be a harmless misinformation if DVDs of the documentary had not been shipped to 1 million voters in Ohio and another 100,000 copies sent to voters in Nevada and New Hampshire. These three states are swing states in the current election and could help Romney win the election.
Alabama’s Republican Party chairman Bill Armistead has already gone ahead and endorsed the documentary by saying, “‘That (the film) is absolutely frightening. I’ve seen it. I verified that it is factual, all of it. People can determine.”
Let me ask you this if the photos turn out to be real, what is worse: a young Ann Dunham posing in fetish magazines to support herself or exploiting 60 year-old photos to become President of the United States?