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Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: Barak Husein Obama's Church Mission Statement...Read it for yourself!!!

Submitted by tj (India), Mar 10, 2008 at 07:06


Why Obama, or anyone for that matter, who has definitive suspicious religious background, upbringing, and in a nutshell cant be trusted. Then why vote for him. In a country of hundreds of millions of people , can't we find a candidate more natural or closer to home. Out of the blue this guy comes into picture and starts winning and everyone is nuts if they voted for a Jihadi agent. There is no need for such outrageous experiments.

But one thing is for sure. The way he is winning reflects Islamic backing. His target vote bank has been Blacks and blacks have the largest Muslim converts in USA. All of them definatelty have voted religiously for him, whereas majority of Non-blacks and Christians have abstained or not taken this election seriously. Except of some cases like Ohio where "psudeo-secular" whites have voted for a change or they had enough of Clinton drama.

So in this divivion of votes and moods he has taken the advantage. I wont be surprised if his election funding tracks to some Jehadi companies in disguise.


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