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Photo: Jo-Lou tribal members in Kenya. Obama’s relatives in Kenya are members of a Jo-Lou tribe, often called Lou for short.

Some facts about Obama’s family. His older half-brother, Abongo Obama, has stated that “the black man must liberate himself from the poisoning influences of European culture.” Abongo is a Muslim and a Jo-Lou tribal activist.

Raila Odinga is the head of the Lou tribe that Obama’s father belonged too. When Obama interrupted a New Hampshire campaign event receive a call from Kenya, it was Odinga on the phone. Odinga is currently involved in a tribal war and advocates Islamic Sharia law in Kenya. Odinga claims Barack Obama is his cousin.

From Investor’s Business Daily…

Would Obama put African tribal or family interests ahead of U.S. interests?

It’s a valid question, and one voters deserve to have debated regardless of the racial and religious sensitivities. Thanks to a media blackout of these issues, the electorate has yet to benefit from a thorough vetting of Obama.

We have to wonder how much of the national agenda Africa would consume under an Obama administration. Of the six “world threats” Obama lists in stump speeches, at least half of them concern that chronically troubled Third World continent.

Yes, some of his African priorities are noble, such as fighting AIDS and genocide. But how much U.S. aid, resources and presidential time would he devote to them? How much is enough? If Bill Clinton was America’s “first black president,” would Barack Hussein Obama be our first president for Africa?

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