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Submitted by Morgan (United States), Dec 9, 2010 at 11:39

Barrack Hussein Obama, or as he was registered in one of his schools, Barry Soetoro, has definitely been proven as a Muslim. He has lied over numerous accounts, and nobody seems to be doing anything. I always thought that "president's couldn't lie," or they become impeached. And yet Obama gets away with everything he says. I'm not saying that "Obama is a terrible president" at all, i'm just saying that most people should have looked further into his past before claiming his presidency.

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