Seriously, that actually happened last week. Here’s a screenshot from the C-SPAN website…

We’ve all heard the rumblings about whether our president is a Muslim, and virtually all of us have seen something or other to perhaps give us pause on the subject. Polls show that only 39 percent of the country actually believe Obama when he says he’s a Christian (some substantial percentage of those who don’t believe that probably reached that conclusion while seeing videos of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s sermons and finding very little Christianity there), while 29 percent think Islam really is his faith.

So despite the media’s constant upbraiding of the American people that the president isn’t a Muslim, the suspicions persevere. And then, during the press conference at the end of the G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, there was this…

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You could dismiss this by saying Obama was merely putting himself in the position of the “Muslim community” when suggesting that it come up with ways of fighting radicalism within its ranks, but why use “we?” “They” works perfectly well in that case.

It was suspicious enough to get C-SPAN asking the question. And John Roberts at YoungCons says it’s a thing to make you go hmmmm

How “we?”


Is that lone word being taken out of context, or subconsciously did the man who has denied being Muslim for years just admit something to the world?

I don’t care personally, I’m asking for a friend. Ha.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again…

I have a feeling that one day down the line we’re going to learn something devastating about the 44th President of the United States; something so crazy that will make even the liberals who voted for him shake their heads in disbelief.

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