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What does it matter if he is or if he isn't a muslim

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: One Nation Under God "Help Us"

Submitted by Marvin (United States), Jun 4, 2008 at 12:21

My fellow Americans, What does it matter if he is or if he isn't a muslim. Christians have been in office and sent this country into a spiraling mess, so who's better for the job. He's isn't a radical muslim anyway, if he was he wouldn't be running for president, he'd be planning an attack. The guy is half black and half white and his mother is a christian ( his father was muslim ). How many american soldiers were sent to their deaths by our christian leader ? People, this is 2008/2009 a lot of this old ignorant thinking will be phasing out as that generation dies out, sadly instead of trying to make a stronger country and leaving a positive influence they want to go out kicking, screaming, and yelling these old fashioned curses. I could'nt believe my grandmother told me Obama is going to kill all the christians if he becomes president. This is sad and ridiculous that people actually think this way. People say " They only like him or vote for him because he's black " no he is half white. My generation ( x ) and generation ( y ) are ready for something new and real. Are you.


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