Skip to comments.White House aghast over 'secret Muslim' poll
Posted on 08/20/2010 8:51:40 AM PDT by SkyPilot
The White House was forced yesterday to reaffirm President Obama's Christian faith after shocking polls found that 1 out of every 4 or 5 Americans falsely believe he's a Muslim -- a considerable increase from last year.
"The president is obviously a Christian. He prays every day," White House spokesman Bill Burton told reporters.
"He communicates with his religious adviser every single day. There's a group of pastors that he takes counsel from on a regular basis. And his faith is very important to him, but it's not something that is a topic of conversation every single day."
A separate White House statement stressed that Obama's "strong Christian faith is what guides him" in facing the nation's challenges. "But he doesn't wear it on his sleeve," the press office added.
The president's flacks also complained that Obama's faith is "often maligned and distorted by critics."
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Hmmmm. Come to think of it, not one lady has ever come forward about dating him. And you know they would.
Mmmm MMM MMMM
Well yes,i agree. Thats why i posted that link in the first place.
Know what i think Kansas? I’m a thinking he was and always has been a Muslim and only made the pretension for his wife’s sake. Perhaps she wouldn’t marry a non Christian. He’s just never dropped the charade but he just as surely never abandoned the faith of his childhood.
I was specifically thinking of this: Hes on youtube citing it [Koran] 50 times as authoritative
“Do you have a link to that?”
Which part, Obama repeatedly citing the koran or what the koran says about Christ?
Either is pretty much a top search on Youtube or Google, your pick.
I’m not trying to be rude. If he said SPECIFICALLY that the koran is the authoritative Word of God that is big news. I haven’t heard that and I don’t have the stomach to look for it in that list clips.
They just had to slip in the word “falsely” between Americans and believe. Totally unnecessary if it were to be a straight news story. Nice clear, objective coverage.
Here’s a koran link re: muslims denying Jesus’s death on the cross.
wow, i mustve been in a blackout when i bought those slaves from the present day african overlords...
Finally found the whole transcript of that interview with Chicago-Sun Times columnist, Cathleen Falsani in 2004. Obama’s Fascinating Interview with Cathleen Falsani. Lots of blah, blah, blah between his answers about being a Christian.
Thank you! Very interesting things in there. He’s no Christian. He says whatever he needs to say to achieve his goals. Then end justifies the means kinda guy. I thought this choice of words was interesting:
They get confused sometimes, watch FoxNews or listen to talk radio. That’s dangerous sometimes.
mR. Love might be jealous, since Larry Sinclair is now in Washington D.C.
Is that Reggie Love?
*55 - perfect! I posted elsewhere that he is neither Christian nor Muslim. He thinks he’s God.
Sorry...in that case, any specifics would have to come from TheThirdRuffian.
Thanks for pointing out that link. Like Horowitz keeps telling us, you gotta follow the money. Always.
One of the more interesting things I've heard in the last year, but never seen a full, documented article about, was Obama's college scholarship money -- which someone posted up came from a Wahhabist activist over in Saudi who has also been involved with the madrassa initiative.
Melamine? Do you mean melanin?
I waded through the clips at one time; sorry did not make a link as your specific question was not my concern.
The one that sticks out is when he rejoices in being in the ME where the “holy korap” was “revealed by allahfubar to his messenger” or variations thereof many, many times.
And this is exactly what Obama has said: that there are many paths to God.
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