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From Secularism to Cultism!

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Submitted by RF (United States), Feb 2, 2008 at 22:43

There would be no problem at all, in a secular government, if the President was or is worshiping God via another religion, i.e., Islam. However the problem is that Islam is NOT a religion but a cult and violent one.

A cult member must not be allowed to impose himself in a government position in a country that democracy, freedom and secularism are the pivotal principles of the government. A Muslim president will not have the interest of the country in mind but the orders of that cult. In this view there is actually not much different between Osama and Obama.

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