The Myth of a marriage

The story, as told by Team Obama, was that Stanley Ann met The Kenyan, a foreign student from Nyang’oma Kogelo, Kenya, Africa, when she was a freshman at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. They fell in love and on February 2, 1961, against Madelyn Dunham's hopes, and against the desires of Obama's father back in Kenya, Stanley Ann, three months pregnant, and Senior hopped a plane to Maui and got married.

And on August 4, a child was born.

The Obama's took up housekeeping in Hawaii until The Keyan went to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend Harvard for his graduate studies.

Well, that was Team Obama's story and they decided to stick to it. It's one of Obama's stupidest decisions. The reason it was a stupid decision because the only part of that story that's true is that a child was born.

The Kenyan was broke all the time. He lived in a small room (more on this later). He had no money and complained often to his sponsors that he needed money. Yet you are asked to believe The Kenyan chartered a private airplane on a whim.

Furthermore, the wedding had no no minister, rabbi, or imam. There were no bridesmaids, ushers, witnesses, guests, or caterer. Stanley Ann's parents weren't there. No record of the happy event has ever been found. Ever! There is no marriage license. There is no marriage certificate.

Now The Kenyan may have convinced Stanley Ann that dancing naked and barking at the moon was the traditional Kenyan marriage ceremony, but I doubt even that.

There are divorce papers! Figure that one out?

Obama, himself, tells us that his alleged father and mother’s wedding may not have been properly documented. In the fable, "Dreams...," Obama wrote:

"How and when the marriage occurred remains a bit murky, a bill of particulars that I have never quite had the courage to explore. There's no record of a real wedding, a cake, a ring, a giving away of the bride. No families were in attendance. It's not even clear that people back in Kansas were informed."

There's a lot of, "not properly documented," stuff in Obama's life.

On September 11, 2009, in a speech to America's schoolchildren, Obama repeated one of his most flagrant lies from "Dreams...," saying, "My father left my family when I was 2 years old, and I was raised by a single mom who had to work and who struggled at times to pay the bills and wasn't always able to give us the things that other kids had."

Obama's Mythology, "Dreams..." totally invents the circumstances and happenings of the fall, 1960. The Kenyan and Stanley Ann never, ever were married and they never, ever lived together. Ever!

There are three documents in The Kenyan's Immigration and Naturalization file that inquire about his marital status. In this one, dated August 9, 1964, The Kenyan leaves the maried and children entries blank.

On another, undated document, The Kenyan admits to being married and having one child, Roy (Abongo).

Maybe the final nail in the coffin of this myth was provided by Michelle Obama. The Huffington Post ran a feature, "Michelle Obama Talks About 'Guilt' Women Hold," in which Michelle is quoted as saying that Obama's own mother was "very young and very single when she had him."