Obama's Uncle Omar Released From Detention

Obama's Uncle Omar Released From Detention

Chickasha : OK : USA | Sep 12, 2011 at 5:18 PM PDT
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Obama's illegal alien uncle arrested

Our president's Uncle Omar, who was arrested for drunk driving and later proved to be here illegally, is now a free man. Just like the aunt who was found to be here illegally and on public assistance.

This is indicative of why he is pushing amnesty for illegals. He would have to send his relatives packing. Although my personal opinion is he wants the hispanic vote to try to get re-elected, this could be another reason for his persistance in this area. But now that he is president he has basically a blank check. He has proven a willingness to go around the congress and senate to get what he wants.

It makes me wonder who else is out there hiding waiting for him to open the door for them? I am not talking out of my hat here. Both of these people were written about in his book in a very good way. Then why did he not make an effort to get them to go through legal channels to stay? If he is worth an estimated 11 million dollars, then why would he let two people, whom he talked of so lovingly in his book, be supported by tax payers and have his mother in law living life in the White House.

Is Uncle Omar going to get "asylum" like Aunt Zeituni did in a closed hearing? Just thought some people might want to know in case they have somebody that they love who may be facing a hearing on deportation. Or maybe your loved one does not mean as much as his do.

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Orakul is based in Chickasha, Oklahoma, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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