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Muslim When Convenient Or Part Of Agenda?

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NØbama’s adamant denial of any Muslim ties before the election were used by liberals to excoriate conservatives for questioning the presidential candidate’s unvetted past. The secret mutters behind the Democratic presidential campaign walls are seeing the light of day now with White House administration touting NØbama’s Muslim roots as being integral to his experience in the world. I can hear the Church Lady saying “isn’t that convenient?”

Barack Hussein Obama is very much a Muslim in his roots. It’s part of who he is. And that part is sympathetic to the Muslim world. Even down to their anti-Semitic roots.

NØbama supports Saudi initiatives against Israel.

In January of 2009, Saudi officials warned that the U.S. would need to “drastically revise” its Middle East policy, particularly towards Israel, if it wanted to maintain influence in the region.

“If the U.S. wants to continue playing a leadership role in the Middle East and keep its strategic alliances intact – especially its ‘special relationship’ with Saudi Arabia – it will have to drastically revise its policies vis-a-vis Israel and Palestine,” former Saudi ambassador Prince Turki al-Faisal said at the time.

Turki referred to the Middle East policy of former U.S. President George Bush as “sickening,” and accused America of “contributing to the slaughter of innocents” by supporting Israel.

Debbie Schussel – Obama Nation

Previous Sma’ Talk Wi’ T on NØbama’s Anti-Semitism


Written by smalltalkwitht

June 2, 2009 at 7:52 pm

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