Obama Gives Kenya $7 Billion for Electricity, Gets Told Off on Gay Marriage by Kenyan Deputy President


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Obama, as you know, is in Africa on a new $60 million to $100 million vacation. Well, he’s actually has some official business as well. Now, while he was in Kenya, he did two things. The first thing he did in Kenya… Well, I don’t know if chronologically. But one of the two things he did in Kenya was to give them a speech about how they need to “modernize” and accept gay marriage. Now, obviously that speech was intended for US domestic consumption.

The idea was to keep gay campaign money pouring in. So he goes to Kenya, makes a speech there designed to be heard in America, “Wow! Look, man! Our president, he’s really great. He’s going around the world now selling gay marriage. This is really our guy. Okay, we gotta keep funding this guy.” But he nevertheless he did it in Kenya. He tried to sell ’em on getting with it and legalizing gay marriage. The deputy president of Kenya is named William Ruto, and William Ruto yesterday urged Obama to essentially be quiet.

“Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday urged US leader Barack Obama to respect Kenyans’ culture, saying they would not abandon their traditions that condemn same-sex marriages.” What a bigot this guy must be, this Ruto guy! What an enemy of civilization this guy must be! Somebody needs to tell Justice Kennedy about this guy. Somebody needs to tell Anthony Kennedy about William Ruto because he’s anti-human, he’s a bigot.

“The Deputy President said Kenya was ready to work with other ‘sovereign and God-fearing’ nations, adding that the government would continue to foster these relations. ‘No one should have any worry about Kenya’s stand as a God-fearing nation. President Obama is a powerful man but we trust in God as it is written in the Bible that cursed is the man who puts trust in another man.'”



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