Imaging growing up in a Lebanese family of 13 children when you were supposed to grow up with a Scottish family of five. That’s what happened to poor Frederick George:
Frederick George of Pembroke was raised as a Roman Catholic in a Lebanese family of 13 children in New Zealand. He should have been raised in a Scottish Presbyterian family of five. “I was accidentally placed in the wrong bassinet at the hospital the night I was born and did not discover this until I was 57 years old,” says George.
Growing up, George said, his father often said he did not believe Fred George was his.
Maybe John McCain’s right, we Arabs don’t come from good families.