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Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), Jun 9, 2008 at 05:18

why numerous liberal Europeans, every single terrorist, rogue leaders and even you Mansoor, support Obama.

Because you all want the USA to weaken, yes, your motives are really that obvious, so why don't you all just come out flat and admit it.

In your case, though, it may be a mistake, because Pakistan depends heavily on the USA. I wouldn't get too cheery about our economic woes. Even the status of Islam in the world is directly related to America now.

I do disagree on one thing though. Well, actually two with Israel, I guess.

First, if Obama becomes president (I actually like McCain's chances more), he's not going to change his religion. So, you may as well bury the hatchet on Islam. Everyone else has in light of his pastors' controversy.

Second, I don't think Obama should support Israel anymore than we are now. If anything, a little less would be fine, and more should be focused on Europe. Obama may not know your sinister plans for them, but I do.


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