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Obama gives a Bush speech: U.S. talking points on Islam haven't changed
The Washington Times ^
| June 5, 2009
Posted on 06/04/2009 10:04:56 PM PDT by Abakumov
President Obama sounded like he was channeling President George W. Bush during his Cairo speech yesterday. Much of the substance of Mr. Obama's address, titled "A New Beginning," sounded like the same old song.
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TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: bho44; bhoegypt; bhospeech; bhovisit; bush; cairospeech; obama
posted on 06/04/2009 10:04:56 PM PDT
Time for something new.
Same deal for speeches aimed at DRPK, PRC, Chavez, etc.
posted on 06/04/2009 10:42:49 PM PDT
(Stomping on "PC," destroying the Left, and smoking out faux "conservatives" - Take Back The GOP!)
Let me venture a guess - the lefties were ecstatic when boy President gave it, but not so much when GWB gave it. Am I correct?
Obummer can never do any wrong, after all he IS the Messiah.
posted on 06/04/2009 10:46:33 PM PDT
(Barack Hussein 0bama=The Complete Destruction of American Capitalism)
Yes that is the point of the piece really, that Obama can even recycle Bush talking points and get away with it.
posted on 06/04/2009 11:01:47 PM PDT
posted on 06/04/2009 11:09:23 PM PDT
(California, formerly part of the USA)
The Koran is not the truth, never was, and never will be.
Islam does not even have the same God as the Christians and Jews. Allah was one of the 360 pagan gods of the Arabs before Muhammed. Before Muhammed, he was known to have 3 daughters, but Muhammed removed his 3 daughters. This is why a fatwa was declared against Solomon Rushdie, because he mentioned the names of the three daughters of Allah in his book.
posted on 06/05/2009 3:17:36 AM PDT
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