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Reader comment on item: Barack Obama's Muslim Childhood
in response to reader comment: SERIOUSLY people, stop being so IGNORANT!

Submitted by mark major (United States), Jul 7, 2008 at 01:09

If the man was a muslim, then his loyalty would be to his religion first ( keith Ellison, the muslim rep from Minn still hasn;t answered the question of what he thinks is higher, the constitution or the Koran) then to his country. Not saying he is a terrorist, saying there is a lot of islam in his background so nope, ain't going to vote for anybody who has islam in his upbringing. Especially one who attended the chuch of "God Damn America"

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