Skip to comments.Rhetoric vs. Reality: Obama's Jakarta Dreamin'
Posted on 11/12/2010 12:20:45 PM PST by EricTheRed_VocalMinority
while my stepfather, like most Indonesians, was raised a Muslim, he firmly believed that all religions were worthy of respect in this way he reflected the spirit of religious tolerance that is enshrined in Indonesias Constitution, and that remains one of this countrys defining and inspiring characteristics.
Across an archipelago that contains some of Gods most beautiful creations, islands rising above an ocean named for peace, people choose to worship God as they please. Islam flourishes, but so do other faiths.
- Barack Obama, Jakarta, Indonesia, Nov. 9, 2010
- There are currently an estimated twenty Jews living in Indonesia. - Judaism is not one of the six recognized religions of the Indonesian government. - Israelis are not allowed to enter the country.
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America is the biggest Muslim nation on Earth including all 57 states.
Obama’s connection to actual ‘reality’, like most on the Left, doesn’t really exist.
According to the Leftists, black is white, up is down, good is bad, in the Left everything is upside down and reverse.
They live that way. Perversion is Grace and Grace is perversion. For the Left everything is backwards. And Obama is their messiah.
“I stopped into a mosque I passed along the way....I got down on my knees, and I began to pray...”
There are currently an estimated twenty Jews living in Indonesia. Judaism is not one of the six recognized religions of the Indonesian government. Israelis are not allowed to enter the country.This comes as no surprise to all who know that Obama is just a Kenyan-born Moslem liar who was raised in the madrassa and has spent every leisure hour of his life with jihadists and other anarchists.
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