Barack Obama visited Goree Island near Dakar, Senegal on June 27, 2013. The island is where African slaves in past centuries were shipped west. This wasn't the only area of Africa he visited though. Check out this photo of a small child waiting to see Obama and notice, he's a birther! His shirt reads "Welcome home Mr. President." But he wasn't the only one getting his "birther" on.

A child waits to catch a glimpse of U.S. President Barack Obama during his visit to Goree Island near Dakar, Senegal, June 27, 2013. Obama visited the island on Thursday where African slaves in past centuries were shipped west. REUTERS/Jason Reed

A child waits to catch a glimpse of U.S. President Barack Obama during his visit to Goree Island near Dakar, Senegal, June 27, 2013. Obama visited the island on Thursday where African slaves in past centuries were shipped west. REUTERS/Jason Reed

The Washington Post reports:

"The questions we get are, 'Why has the president not been to Africa more?'" deputy national security director Benjamin Rhodes said. "That tracks with our belief that there is extraordinary potential on the continent. If we look back in 20 years, 30 years from now, we may see this as a potentially pivotal moment in which Africa took off."

Aides sketched out an ambitious itinerary for Obama, including bilateral meetings with the presidents of the three countries, as well as visits to Senegal's Supreme Court to emphasize the importance of an independent judicial system and to a Tanzanian power plant to highlight programs to increase access to electricity.

Obama also plans to speak with youth leaders in Cape Town, South Africa, building on the administration's focus on developing the next generation of political leadership on a continent where nearly one-third of the population is between the ages of 10 and 24. He will deliver a major address at a prominent university in that city to lay out his second-term Africa policy.

Noticeably missing from the article was any mention of the picture at the top of the article (seen below).

Artist Ouzin puts the finishing touches on a painting honoring the upcoming visit to Dakar by President Obama. Senegalese President Macky Sall is pictured on the right of the painting.  (Joe Penny/Reuters)

Artist Ouzin puts the finishing touches on a painting honoring the upcoming visit to Dakar by President Obama. Senegalese President Macky Sall is pictured on the right of the painting. (Joe Penny/Reuters)

My guess is the reason for less trips to Africa is that it may draw more attention like this to where Barack Obama was actually born. The man is a usurper and our military should be making the move to remove him from office and then follow it up with a military trial and if he is found guilty, execution. I call on the military to deal with this, since the Congress of the United States seems unwilling to do their duty to the people of the United States. This is nothing more than flaunting it in our faces.

Signs showing U.S. President Barack Obama alongside Senegalese President Macky Sall saying "Welcome Home" are positioned along the roadway, Thursday, June 27, 2013 in Dakar, Senegal. President Obama arrived in Senegal Wednesday night to kick off a weeklong trip to Africa, a three-country visit aimed at overcoming disappointment on the continent over the first black U.S. president's lack of personal engagement during his first term. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Signs showing U.S. President Barack Obama alongside Senegalese President Macky Sall saying "Welcome Home" are positioned along the roadway, Thursday, June 27, 2013 in Dakar, Senegal. President Obama arrived in Senegal Wednesday night to kick off a weeklong trip to Africa, a three-country visit aimed at overcoming disappointment on the continent over the first black U.S. president's lack of personal engagement during his first term. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

If this wasn't enough, just let Barack, or Michelle, or even the Kenyan Ambassador tell you that Obama was not born in the US in their own words here.

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