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The sheeps' clothing is coming off

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Submitted by Rita (Australia), Nov 8, 2013 at 20:07

Some say Obama is a muslim. Some say he is an islamophile. He says he is a Christian.

My (rhetorical) question: What would he do differently if he really was a muslim?

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Good question. I am the one who has most extensively documented Obama's Muslim birth and childhood. But I do not see that this has any discernible influence on his policies, which are that of a standard left-wing American Democrat.

I plan to write more on this topic.

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