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as goes , so goes texas

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Submitted by rusty (United States), Oct 31, 2008 at 10:21

Norma writes : "However and if your get the chance to visit Doha a few days before the U.S. Election, you would be hearing the opinion of Qatari's in favor of Obama "because he is Muslim. He likes us, Muslims and Arabs"; Khalil, one of my ex Qatari colleague, said to me."

this only proves that the folks in doha are as mixed up about obama's religion as the folk in texas are...

didn't know they all watched fox news in the middle east...

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