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A young Kenyan mother has named her newly born twin boys after the U.S. president-elect and his defeated Republican challenger.

Millicent Owuor, 20, gave birth to Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on Wednesday at the Siaya District Hospital in southwest Kenya, according to the Standard.

So - what the RWNJs have been fearing all along has finally come true!

Sorry for the little Mitt Romney tyke, though.  Wouldn't "Joe Biden" have been a better choice?



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  •  hope they get along growing (1+ / 0-)
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    chloris creator

    "Time is for careful people, not passionate ones."

    "Life without emotions is like an engine without fuel."

    by roseeriter on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 07:02:10 AM PST

  •  I wonder, how many Baracks have been born (1+ / 0-)
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    chloris creator

    in this country? I bet the popularity of that name took a jump upwards. Of course it's not going to compete with Justin or Robert but it would be interesting to see how many new Barack's we got in the last 4 years (and maybe compare that to the number in the next 4).

    Attention rich bastards, this is real important,
    I thought you might want to know
    That $5,000 suits don't hide your 5¢ souls.

    by ontheleftcoast on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 07:03:16 AM PST

  •  now that he's been re-elected (1+ / 0-)
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    we can reveal the truth!


    Please don't dominate the rap, Jack, if you got nothin' new to say - Grateful Dead

    by Cedwyn on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 07:21:59 AM PST

  •  My Obama was born in (1+ / 0-)
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    chloris creator

    And just father twin baby daughters. So there!

    We have baby news! One recent rainy morning, we received a bit of sunshine from a pair of proud parents-papa Obama and mama Shana. Shana gave birth to a lovely set of twin female pups. There were plenty of celebratory bananas and peanuts all around!

    The pups are healthy and active but spend most of their time nursing, sleeping and bonding with mama. She let us into her kennel so we could share a few photos with you all while the baby ratties were napping. And rest up they should, because they have a lot to look forward to. The HeroRATs who have been deployed or are slated for deployment to APOPO’s programs outside of Tanzania, have left more than enough room for upcoming, younger recruits.

    In a month these pups will be ready to start the very first stages of HeroRAT training. They will be introduced to their trainers during the socialization process, which includes handling and adaption to noises and different spaces. The trainers say they are excited to add some fresh, furry, faces to the team; the twins have already won them over!

    Any guesses on what type of HeroRAT role they will be chosen for- TB screening or landmine detection? Join us in congratulating the happy family.

    I got this

    White-collar conservatives flashing down the street, pointing their plastic finger at me..

    by BOHICA on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 07:52:56 AM PST

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