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Pres. Obama --Defining "good" and "bad" Muslims, Christians, etc.

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Submitted by Emmett (United States), Aug 14, 2013 at 16:24

President Obama has been defining "good" Muslims, Christians, etc. since his early days, from a political point of view.

Revered Wright (anti-American, racist, anti-Semite, etc.) was a"good" Christian for the twenty one years President Obama was a member of the congregation.

Both the political and religious leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, were considered "good" Muslims when the President insisted they be seated in the front rows , during his Cairo speech.

Qaddafi, and Mubarak, were considered "bad" Muslims when President Obama publicly called for them to leave their positions.

The Dalai Lama was not considered a "good enough" leader of the Tibetans, so he had to enter and leave his "unofficial" meeting with the President through the service entrance.

The height of President's Obama's arrogance, was when he rescheduled the 2000 year old Jewish festival of Hanukkah last year, to accommodate his vacation schedule. I am told that it was sacrilegious to say the prayers that were recited at the fake Hanukkah celebration.

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