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Submitted by obama's president now.... does it matter? (Pakistan), Nov 5, 2008 at 04:53

i think that Obama is the true representation of what America is, he's a mixture of races, has endured parental divorce and has worked his way to the top.... except for the fact that he's knowledgeable and informed on most topics,he's the true american; why should it matter what his faith is and what religion he pactices? he's educated, he's charismatic and he doesn't need to be fed every word coming out of his mouth.... open his skull and you'll even find a brain, so america's definitely moved up!!!

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