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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

Postby American-Suufi » Tue May 13, 2008 9:28 am

laila2008 wrote:I REST MY CASE.......

I've been saying this over and over again that Obama was paid by the Jews to make sure that Hilary doesn't get elected so that the new president will be John McCain and continue his terrorised attacks on the Islam world.

This idiot democratic people can't seem to get that concept. Do you honestly think that america will elect a half BLACK man who went to muslim school who's father was muslim and his stepfather too???

Come on people wake up and vote for Hilary Clinton. This was a brainswashed done by Israelist Lobbyist.


In her early years, Hillary Clinton used to be sympathetic with the Palestinian suffering. Rewind it back when she became a senator, in a Jewish area in New York. She made a U-turn.
In essence, eternauta was partially right in his analysis, no matter who the candidate for president is, their first foreign policy allegiance must be a blind biased support towards Israel to make them look electable. Do you blame the American politicians when there are twice Muslim Americans than Jewish Americans in the U.S, while Muslim Americans lose the ability to express their potential to influence American foreign policy? Why? Jews are united.
You can't unite Somalis for their own peace.

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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

Postby fagash_killer » Tue May 13, 2008 9:29 am

doqonkii adoontaa waaga.i was waiting for that any nigga saying obama waa house nigger. just love the stupidnity of moderate black ppl.


remember that the usisraeli lobby is strong he cant say now things like this when the systeem is still strong. the zionist media knows it and thats why they want to sabotage the guy. kawaraan haduu siidaa somalidu imiga is waloo oo yiradhoo israel maa jiirto. the best way to defeat the system is when you understand the system and even work with the system. when you are strong enough you cant defeat the system. thats what the wise black do. but i was already waiting for dhabodalif house negroe ore things like that. dont fall in the zionists trick thats all im saying.

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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

Postby kambuli » Tue May 13, 2008 9:36 am

Garow, quote " The difference between Obama and hilary is that obama is the lesser evil .


Agree :up: Between the 3 he is the lesser one..

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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

Postby Grant » Tue May 13, 2008 9:45 am

eternauta wrote:
Cawar wrote:Then his bet sure seems to have paid. :up:

Even if I was running for the US presidency I would say many things I dont deeply belive in..except deny my faith..
You can't run for the US presidency if you don't deny you're a Muslim. It's impossible for a Mormon to become a US president, let alone a moderate Muslim.


http://pewforum.org/docs/?DocID=267

"Though Mormonism is viewed as far less of a liability for a presidential candidate than not believing in God or being a Muslim, more people do express reservations about voting for a Mormon (25%) than about supporting a candidate who is an evangelical Christian (16%), a Jew (11%) or a Catholic (7%)."

http://religions.pewforum.org/affiliations

Total US population:

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Baptist in the Evangelical Tradition, not further specified0.9%
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Nondenominational, Evang. Trad.3.4% Nondenominational evangelical1.2%
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Nondenominational fundamentalist0.3%
Nondenominational Christian< 0.3%
Interdenominational in the Evangelical Tradition0.5%
Community Church in the Evangelical Tradition< 0.3%
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Church of God Cleveland Tennessee0.4%
Four Square Gospel< 0.3%
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Nondenominational, Independent Pentecostal< 0.3%
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Christian and Missionary Alliance< 0.3%
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Christian Methodist Episcopal Church< 0.3%
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Shia< 0.3%
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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

Postby eternauta » Tue May 13, 2008 9:03 pm

When rumors implying Obama is Muslim were circulating, he strongly and forcefully denied it as if being a Muslim was something abhorrent. If rumors implying Obama is Jewish were circulating, this is probably what he would have said:

"I am not Jewish, but I have many close Jewish friends whom I value and cherish their friendship. Besides, nothing is wrong with being Jewish."

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Re: Obama Pledges Allegiance to Israel

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