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Jaladhi: What difference does it make what religion Obama is. Go read Ms. Brown and Colin Powell comments

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Submitted by Jim Beyor (United States), Feb 6, 2009 at 00:37

As far as I am concerned, if he does a good job in improving the US economy, improving the relationship with the Muslim world, then who cares what religion he is?

Heck he can call himself an F-16 Fighter Jet. Do I care?

Be broad minded Jaladhi.

Jim Beyor

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