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Submitted by Straight Story (United States), Jun 20, 2008 at 16:12

That wasn't Barack Obama, it was Keith Ellison. He is the first and, I believe, only Congressman to swear in on the Koran. Get your facts straight ... (By the way - for all those so worried about religion - Keith Ellison, to my knowledge, has yet to pursue a jihadist pro-terrorist agenda in Congress.)

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