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Eyeful of Tears

Reader comment on item: Obama's Connection to Sirhan Sirhan

Submitted by Lars Jason (United States), Nov 3, 2008 at 19:32

Whoa! The revelation that Obama's best pal is sympathetic to a man who killed an American prince is beyond the pale.

Unfortunately, like his transcripts, birth certificate, and his associations in college, are also well hidden from view. This may be the greatest con job on the US public ever experienced. Well maybe not!

Aren't the people who call them Palestinians also part and parcel of the Great Fake? Have they too not cajoled vast numbers of the US public, including the majority of Jews?

I do hope the Supreme Court will once again decide the election for us.

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