Friday, February 5, 2010

Obama's "Auntie Zeituni" Gets to Stay for Now

There was a hearing yesterday to determine if the aunt (pictured above) of President Barack Obama would be deported to her Kenyan homeland. Nobody will be shocked to learn the answer is no. She gets to stay until as late as May when a final decision on her status is to be made.
Authorities will decide by May at the latest whether to deport an aunt of President Barack Obama to her Kenyan homeland, the Justice Department said after a hearing in her case on Thursday.

Zeituni Onyango, 57, a half-sister to Obama's father whom Obama called "Auntie Zeituni" in his memoir "Dreams from My Father," moved to the United States in 2000 and applied for asylum in 2002, citing violence in Kenya.

Does anyone really think she will ever be deported? Zeituni Onyango, 57, a half-sister to Obama's father, lives in a Boston housing project (see picture below) and has been making illegal campaign donations to her nephew Barack Obama.


Ray said...

Thanks I hadn't heard this outcome yet..I'm so happy! Another welfare recipient.

I'm sure she's a nice lady,BUT.... So maybe someone can coax her to finally spill the birth beans, making herself rich and useful simultaneously to get off our payroll. We have enough deadbeat Obama's on the dole.

Larry Strait said...

Another example of how "wellfare" is broken, why are we "the tax payers" supporting somebody who doesn't even belong here?