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Couldn't have said it better

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in response to reader comment: Is he, isn't he, does it matter?

Submitted by Rebecca from the US (United States), Nov 5, 2008 at 23:32

It should not matter whether he is a muslim or not. Citizens of this country have the right to be what ever religion they choose. Although I do not think Obama can make a difference in the way this country is going in his time in the White House, maybe, just maybe he can start the next President on the right path. He can't do much more damage than Bush did.

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