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What have you done to be what you are?

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
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Submitted by Hassan Swedi - Tanzania (Kenya), Nov 11, 2008 at 08:22

All this discussion about Obama being a Muslim or not doesn't mean anything at this time, because if I may ask any one of you what have you done to be what you are today, no body will tell me anything.

Whites: What have you done to become white? if you have done nothing then what makes you think you are superior than blacks.

Christians: What have you done to be Christian? am sure many of you have just inherited that religion from your parents and you are not even going to church, then why do you think your religion is better than Muslim?

Lets be honest, Americans who knows what they need for their country have spoken and choose Obama wherever he might be originated/born or whichever religion he is associated with.

Those of you who wanted Mc Cain have to accept defeat and join Obama to lead your country as what Mc Cain said, It is no longer about Republican or Democrats its now about America


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