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Too many Muslims in President Obama's campaign

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Submitted by Kurt Basking (United States), Mar 28, 2010 at 01:23

Dear Dr. Pipes: Someone should tell Mr Obama that he is overdoing the appointment of Muslims in his cabinet. A fraction of Muslims in his administration far exceeds the fraction of Muslims in the US population. If his purpose was to appease the Islamic world, he should wait and see if his appointments thus far are making any desired difference. Or else Mr Obama runs the risk of losing his credibility in the minds of the people who elcted him to power.

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