Sunday, July 21, 2013

“Barry Soetoro” is Registered to Vote at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


I thank my reader-researcher RC for the following sendalong.

A quick search of D.C. Board of Elections records conducted by PJ Media found a voter named "Barry Soetoro" registered to vote in the nation's capital with the address … 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.

That's correct – at the White House.

"Barry Soetoro," as WND reported in 2008, was the name used to register 6-year-old Barack Obama at Jakarta, Indonesia's Roman Catholic Franciscus Assisi Primary School by his stepfather, Lolo Soetoro. The school registration card lists Barry Soetoro as a Indonesian citizen born Aug. 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. His religion was listed as Muslim.

Indonesian school registration for "Barry Soetoro" (AP photo)

So is Obama returning to his childhood roots or re-adopting the name of his stepfather?

Not likely.

"Did President Obama submit this registration, or is it a fraud?

"Obtaining the actual registration forms submitted to the D.C. elections board might answer the question," Adams continues. "In my view, it is worse if it is a fraud because it illustrates the ease at which one can trick the system. Or perhaps, President Obama wants out of crime-infested Chicago after his term is up and registered using his old name.

"I'll go with option 1, the fraud," Adams concludes.

Obama's American mother, Ann Dunham, separated from her first husband, Barack Obama Sr., in 1963 when the future president was 2 years old. [N.S.: correction: According to some reports, Obama/Dunham/Soetoro's mother separated from his father in 1961, when the son was less than one month old.] Dunham and Obama Sr. later divorced. Dunham married Lolo Soetoro, an Indonesian, and moved to Indonesia sometime between 1966 and 1967.

When he was 10 years old, little Soetoro, a.k.a. Obama, moved to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents.

When public virtue is gone, when the national spirit is fled…the republic is lost in essence, though it may still exist in form." ~ John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 1808.

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