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and they called dubya the liar in chief.

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?

Submitted by bos (United Kingdom), Dec 26, 2007 at 07:32

are'nt all the other issues and implications eclipsed (at least in terms of the American people's requirements for a suitable president) by the fact that there appears to be evidence that he is being utterly disingenious regarding the very basic details of his background and how they relate to a subject that americans quite understandably are very interested in and concerned about at the moment. even worse he is trying to spin the whole thing into an attractive attribute - 'none of this is true, except well maybe just enough is true to give me superior insight and help me make the ummah love us and end all war'. its seems in essence very much the same as when he didnt answer voter concerns about attending playboy parties and instead turned it back on his opponent making him look smutty and anti family values for noticing.

his family, his friends, his lineage and his school records all say he was a muslim and went to the mosque, (there is absolutely nothing wrong with that) then he says he wasnt a muslim and never went to a mosque, I know politicians all spin but does any one really want such a man as comander in chief of the American army?


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