A post by Pat

Obama’s illegal immigrant Aunt Zeituni has spoken and says we are obligated to make her a citizen because, well because she’s an immigrant.

She illegally overstayed her visa, receives welfare and lives in public housing for the last 10 years. Yet, she complains that she, a poor, single black woman was not given help. Later when asked about living in public housing and receiving disability, she said:

Aunt Zeituni: ‘The System Took Advantage Of Me’

“I didn’t take any advantage of the system. The system took advantage of me.”

Yes, the system sneaks up on people, carts them off to public housing and stuffs checks in their mailbox.

“I didn’t ask for it; they gave it to me. Ask your system. I didn’t create it or vote for it. Go and ask your system,” she said unapologetically.

So we must scratch our heads over how she wasn’t helped but don’t blame her for the help she’s getting. Who cares about contradiction. It’s all about crying victim, blaming everyone else and expecting benefits.

She has a successful nephew whose wife spends lavishly on clothing, accessories and vacations. All with her own money we are assured. Dare the thought cross our minds the First Family might look after their aunt? She’s here to stay legally now. She was granted asylum in May.

“The asylum process is confidential and she wants to keep it that way, so we can’t get into details on why the judge granted asylum or the exact basis for her claim,” said her attorney Scott Bratton. He added: “She doesn’t want people to feel sorry for her.”

Oh yes she does want people to feel sorry for her. Everyone but her nephew. Maybe he and his aunt have some deep disagreement over something. We know he loves the public assistance system. Ah, now I get it. The more the better.

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  1. IloiloKano says:

    Unmitigated gall clearly runs in the dumb bastard’s family.

  2. Jerthebear says:

    obama needs every vote he can get.

  3. Chris says:

    Stupid cow. Eff you, auntie. It certainly is good to know low people in high places, isn’t it? Otherwise, you’d be back in the craphole you were hatched in. But, yes, auntie, our ‘system’ did fail.. in November 2008.

  4. noflyzone says:

    I thought Elena Kagan was, shall we say, unattractive. But now she has a rival! I see why Barry wants nothing to do with her. Doesn’t he have a habit of stranding his Kenyan relatives?
    Not that he was born there. Gosh, no.

  5. LoriG says:

    Oh Pat, get ready. Part 2 of the interview airs tonight. Just when I thought I couldn’t get any more infuriated…

    Local radio host and author Michele McPhee is betting Z’s going to get a book deal. A listener suggested “Throw Auntie From The Train” as the title. LMAO!

  6. franknitti says:

    In the immortal words of Tammy Bruce, “You stupid cow!”

  7. ffigtree says:

    After I read the words “a poor, single black woman was not given help”, I screamed, “What about FAMILY?! Government will not & can not replace family as much as the left would like that to happen. What’s wrong with People!?!?

    Now back to your regular TAM reading… 🙂

  8. Maynard says:

    While they’re at it, maybe they should make Obama a citizen too.

  9. otlset says:

    I keep asking the system myself why it has such waste, corruption and malfeasance — as exemplified by Aunt Zeituni’s embarrassing example.

    But the system only replies “Shut up sucka and pay your taxes, or we’ll seize your house and assets!”

  10. […] Kenyan relatives who happened to live in the United States. For better or worse, Aunt Zeituni has returned to the public spotlight. As much as I would like to impute underhanded motives to the  people who granted this woman […]

  11. thierry says:

    and kenya thinks she’s a lying loser. i doubt they want her back. how about we keep Auntie Dearest and they can have urkel back?

    “Zeituni convinced a US judge three months ago that she feared ‘persecution by some members of the Kenyan government’ and was allowed to stay in the US although she had been classified as an illegal immigrant after her visa expired.

    Said Mr Kilonzo: ‘The insinuation about Kenya’s inability to protect Ms Obama is outrageous, misplaced and an insult to the Kenyan state.’

    ‘President Obama’s grandmother is here and she is treated like a royalty. It is unfortunate because Kenya enjoys cordial relations with the United States.””


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