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Obama should be judged by the company he keeps.

Reader comment on item: Obama vs. McCain on the Middle East

Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), Jun 5, 2008 at 11:11

Barack Hussein Obama's pro-Jewish credentials is just another hog-wash to garner votes from the American Jews, the Zionists and Evangelicals, who make up a large voting block. This is pure pandering on the part of Obama.

Obama should be judged by the anti-American, anti-Israeli, pro-Palestinian church that he attended for the past 20 years. That's where he got his talking points that he presents in superb oratory skills, with the help of a tele-prompter.

What about his other great friends: The Iraqi-American Antoin 'Tony' Rezko, the pro-Palestinian activist Rashid Khalidi. We've yet to see how many other such skeletons are about to pop-out from his secret closet.

Obama is VERY GOOD at throwing relatives and friends under 'campaign for presidency' bus if they are a hindrance for his occupying the Oval Office: First to be thrown under his speeding campaign bus was his white grandma in Hawaii, who cared for him as a teenager; then came Pastors Wright and the one who replaced him in June, 08.

So after he is elected as president of the US, the Jews, Zionists and Evangelicals will be pancaked under his parked bus.

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