Obama - Auschwitz - Liberated by the Navy?





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Uploaded on May 29, 2008

Obama was lying about his uncle.

Remarks of Illinois State Sen. Barack Obama
Against Going to War with Iraq
Chicago, IL October 2, 2002

"My grandfather signed up for a war the day after Pearl Harbor was bombed, fought in
Patton's army. He saw the dead and dying across the fields of Europe; he heard the storiesof fellow troops who first entered Auschwitz and Treblinka."

In fact, campaign spokesman Bill Burton says, "his great uncle was a member of the 89th Infantry Division that liberated the Ohrduf camp, part of Buchenwald" and, according to the Holocaust Museum, the first concentration camp liberated by U.S. troops.

"The soldier in question", Burton said, "is Obama's grandmother's brother,who's still alive."
-------------------------------------------- Obama's great uncle was in the NAVY.

Charles W. Payne, born 1924, enlisted 10Nov42, Navy, 6293977 Registered, order #12019, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., Board #4

1. i. Madelyn PAYNE
ii. Charles W. PAYNE born about 1924.
iii. Arlene PAYNE born about 1926

Obama's Grandfather:
Dunham, Stanley A. Enlisted 18 June 1942, Army 17056069 Unregistered Augusta, Butler Co. (Board # 2)

Please note that the 89th Infantry Division
has the following statement on their website in response to so many inquiries:

"Concerning the service of Mr. Charles Payne: C.T. Payne was a soldier in the 89th Infantry Division. He served in the 355th Infantry Regiment, Company K. The 355th Infantry Regiment was the unit to liberate Ohrdruf. Mr. Payne was there."

Please notice it says C.T. Payne. Obama's uncle was C.W. Payne.



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