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The President must never be "of Islam."

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: He isn't a Muslim? A rose by any other name...?

Submitted by Joseph Guida (United States), Mar 1, 2008 at 18:52

If one educates oneself by reading the countless publications that exist on the subject, and by attending the lectures of Daniel Pipes, Yaron Brook, Robert Spencer, and similar authors well-versed in Islam and Islamicists, then one can only come to the conclusion that the President of the United States must never be a Muslim, nor should he/she ever be on the fringe of Islam (like Obama), and that because we are a Judeochristian country, that Islam forever anathema to our way of life, must be expunged from our hemisphere (at the very least).

Remember that Aisha was only six when Mohammed consummated his marriage to her ... no better than some of our own Catholic priests (tongue in cheek) and as such, no President should ever be of a faith that praises such reprehensible and uncivilized behavior. If you doubt my reference to Aisha, please READ the founding documents of Islam and EDUCATE YOURSELF like I did.

Joseph Guida


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