Howie Carr recently wrote a critique of Obama’s aunt Zeituni Onyango’s book Tears of Abuse. The book speaks about Onyango’s struggle as an illegal immigrant from Kenya and of the hardships that she faced that made her leave her country. Carr thinks that this book, like Obama’s, does nothing to justify her unlawful actions. The Boston Herald reports:
Auntie Zeituni has written a book. It’s called “Tears of Abuse,” on account of how tough she’s had it.
Have I read it? Of course not. Have you read her nephew’s best-seller — Dreams from My Ghostwriter, I mean Father? No one has — it’s sold millions of copies, but until two weeks ago, not a single reader got far enough into it to learn that Obama was a dog-eater with “composite” girlfriends.
Anyway, I have the press release on “Tears of Abuse,” which describes Auntie Zeituni’s journey to the United States “where she faces the unthinkable; failing health and quarantined in a hospital while on vacation in a foreign country.”
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