Times continues the Obama biographical cover-up

In my e-mail from the New York Times this morning, this is featured:

Milestones: The Life of Obama’s Mother
timeline of Stanley Ann Dunham’s personal life and career.

Ooh, does this mean that the Times is going to tell us that within two weeks of the birth of her son, on August 4, 1961, Stanley Ann Dunham moved from Hawaii to Seattle where she registered for courses at the University of Washington, and never lived with her husband, Barack Hussein Obama Sr., again?

Nope. The time line (which contains interesting photos I’ve never seen before, including one of Stanley Ann’s father Stanley Dunham as a young man showing the distinctive shape of the lower part of the face that his daughter and his grandson inherited) tells of the birth of her son whom she called Barry on August 4, 1961, and then jumps to:

Separate Ways
She moves with her son to Seattle, where she enrolls at the University of Washington. Her husband leaves alone for graduate work at Harvard.

What’s wrong with this? Here’s what’s wrong with it. As Jack Cashill wrote this past January:

“Little Barry, that’s what we called him,” [Hawaii governor Neil] Abercrombie told the Chicago Tribune while “recalling his days with Obama Sr. and his future wife, [Stanley] Ann Dunham, at the University of Hawaii.” If Obama were born on August 4, 1961, however, there could not have been many such days.

As is thoroughly documented, Ann and little Barry were in Seattle two weeks later, where she enrolled at the University of Washington. By the time she returned to Hawaii in late summer or fall 1962, Barack Sr. had left for Harvard for good….

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 22, 2011 07:19 AM | Send

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