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West Virginia keeps distance from Obama

Posted by avideditor on May 12, 2008

I am so proud of West Virginia I wish more of America realize the threat that Obama has on America.

“Most people questioned said they mistrusted Mr Obama because of doubts about his patriotism and “values”, stemming from his cosmopolitan background, his exotic name and the controversy surrounding “anti-American” sermons by Jeremiah Wright, his former pastor. Several people said they believed he was a Muslim – an unfounded rumour that has circulated on the internet for months – despite the contradiction with his 20-year membership of Mr Wright’s church in Chicago. Others mentioned his refusal to wear a Stars and Stripes badge and controversial remarks by his wife, Mich elle, who des cribed America as “mean” and implied that she had never been proud of the US until her husband ran for president.”

By the way it seems that the Financial times doesn’t get once you are a muslim you are considered to other muslims to be muslim for life and that Rev Write was also a Muslim before he became a pastor. This may come at a surprise to some of you. Read my previous post on Obama to find out more. 

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One Response to “West Virginia keeps distance from Obama”

  1. goodtimepolitics said

    Thats what I have always read, was that once a muslim always a muslim or get your head removed. How can anyone trust Barack Hussein Obama? Rev. Wright and Obama is just to tight with each other. Good post and keep up the good work! We need more Americans speaking out about this Obama! He sure is not for the hard working white American. This Tarheel will not be voting for Obama! 🙂

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