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Sunday, 15 April 2012

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Ann Hart Coulter and Barack Hussein Obama are to be married Saturday evening at the Birther Hotel & Spa in Old Town Alexandria, VA. Haid D'Salaami, a Muslim cleric, will perform the ceremony. Shaif Hirboush will be Ms. Coulter's maid of honor, while, Graabir Boubi will be best man to Mr. Obama.

The bride, 26, and the bridegroom, 28, met in January 2010 when Ms. Coulter's brother, Rush, invited Mr. Obama a classmate, to attend the Bluto Toga party in Lampoon, IL.

The bride will keep her name. She is an editor at the Washington, DC office of Keep Right Except to Pass, a film and video post-production company in Burbank, Calif. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago.

She is the daughter of Ellen Coulter of Mango, Fla., and Tex Coulter of Indian Beach, Fla. Her father retired as the chief executive of the Old Sparky Corporation of Tampa, Fla., a manufacturer and distributor of electric chairs for correctional facilities. Her mother retired as the assistant credit manager for Electric Surge Inc., a company in Tampa that sells industrial electrical surge protectors for contractors, utilities and State and Federal facilities.

The bridegroom is president of Maher, Soros & Sharpton an independent lobbying firm in Washington, D.C. He graduated from Faber College.

He is the son of M'Balz Es-Hari Obama of Honolulu and the late Sayd Nomor. His father is founder and CEO of ObamaCares, a National Franchise of assisted living facilities.

The couple plan to spend a few days honeymooning at a time share in the Okefenokee Swamp.

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