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Originally posted by allprowolfy
How about calling a spade a f spade people
The word in parenthesis, ancestry, would that be the part that she didn't say that you wish that she did?
Originally posted by ProUSA
Obviously the focus was on that he was of Kenyan dissent; she was trying to exemplify the point that a Kenyan (ancestry), a black man, can potentially be in such a powerful position in the United States--because that is a pretty amazing event in the course of US history.
[edit on 5-5-2010 by ProUSA]
Originally posted by Jenna
Well... She definitely called him a Kenyan there. Not sure it can be taken as absolute proof that he is from Kenya, but she did say he's Kenyan.