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From Hope and Change to Business as Usual

Reader comment on item: The United States Government, Still the Patron of Islam

Submitted by Lynn (United States), Aug 14, 2009 at 08:30

How many people would have voted for Obama if they knew that in matters regarding the Middle East and the Islamists wanting to wipe Israel from our memory and from the face of the earth, his hope and change really meant business as usual?

Wait a minute, the leftists who love the Islamists voted for Obama. So I guess the answer regarding Israel would be Yes We Can! support the Islamists who want to drive Israel and the Jewish People into the sea. I think since the Islamists have wanted to drive the Jewish People into the sea for fourteen centuries because they did not accept Mohammad as their prophet, the left must agree that business as usual for Obama is good business.

In the meantime those living in the Middle East and other Islamist lands who do not adher to the Muslim Faith are second class citizens, inferior and always in danger of losing the 'protection' granted to them by the followers of Allah. Those that remain, I should say, the few faithful who chose to live under the thumb of Islam, rather than give up their faith.

Yes we can vote for Business as Usual!

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