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Whats the Big Deal in Obama being a Muslim--Naivete Will Get Us Killed

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: what's the big deal in Obama being a muslim.

Submitted by Debbie Shafer (United States), Jul 16, 2008 at 16:29

I'd like to appeal to all good women who think being a muslim couldn't be bad for the Presidency. Especially Syra, who made this comment, and then states besides ,Hes so sexy--your argument is meaningless. How does that qualify him to have the most powerful job in the world.

Do you ladies understand that deception is the tool Islam uses? If Barack Obama follows the practices of Islam after he is elected, he could side with Radical Muslims who want to take out Israel, or the United States, like Hamas, Hezbollah, Ahmadinejad of Iran. His allegiance could be to the Muslim world, as he stated in his book, Audacity of Hope, Did anyone making these comments read it?

He denies ever being a muslim, but in fact is a Muslim, because his father was a muslim, and also his step father, he's just not practicing the religion. This is undeniably true. You should check out Dr. Pipes other articles----Confirmed Barack Obama was a Muslim. Its this kind of Naivete the enemy is counting on.



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