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Old 01-15-2013, 08:11 PM
 
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That would be the half brother of Barack - Malik Obama. Running for governor of Siaya County - in Kenya.

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The elder Obama sibling, who shares the same father as the current President of the United States, says that Siaya county has been the victim of poor management, and he hopes to turn it around. According to Bloomberg News, the rural county, which has about 842,000 residents, has a 35.3 % poverty rate

Obama has said that if elected, he will leverage his connection to the President to help affect change in the troubled county
Obama Half-Brother Malik Obama Running For Governor In Kenya

Change in a county??

Get the taxpayer checkbook out Barry. Your brother will be looking for a handout.
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