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Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: I am a white agnostic. What is wrong with people today?

Submitted by David (United States), Jun 7, 2008 at 23:46

Quite clearly you don't know anything about obama. Although I do believe he was born a muslim, and claims to have converted to christianity (and chose a pastor that calls the US of KKK) I don't believe obama is even remotely the best thing for america.

First what are his qualifications?

Second why would he first claim to have never been a muslim and then choose to reiterate he wasn't a practicing muslim

Third, why do you think america is better off with a man who's wife has stated "that this is the first time in her adult life she has been proud of america"?

I am an American period, my ancestry/heritage is hispanic and central american indian. I claim only the U.S. as my country and I served 21+ years in the service of this great nation. I've learned that lack of experience leads to many ignorant assumptions and decisions.

Obama has already made comments that make me question his intelligence. What is wrong with the white agnostic? To hear him talk, one would think that the U.S. has only recently become the greatest military and economic might in the world. Does he think that all success in todays U.S. mysteriously appeared? Does he think that people just last year started migrating to the U.S. for a better life and great success. Get your head out buddy, it's the past that has shaped our present into the great country we are today.

God bless, yes I said God bless the great United States of America and forgive her her sins.


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