Obama Changes Mosque Vote to “Present”

No one should have been surprised Friday when Barack Hussein Obama came out at a Ramadan dinner (attended by open supporters of Islamic terrorism) in favor of a giant mosque at Ground Zero to celebrate the Muslim triumph of 9/11. We all knew whose side he was on from the beginning, which is what made voting for him not only foolish to the last extreme, but treasonous. Likewise, no one should be surprised that he is now pathetically attempting to backpedal to a neutral stand. In a world were men are judged by their politically correct skin color rather than the content of their character, this is what passes for leadership.

For once, the Manchurian Moonbat said “Let me be clear” and then was actually clear:

In his speech on Friday, Mr Obama said: ‘Let me be clear: As a citizen and as President I believe that Muslims have the same right to practise their religion as everyone else in this country.

‘That includes the right to build a place of worship and a community centre on private property in Lower Manhattan, in accordance with local laws and ordinances.’

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…the next day he insisted he had not been commenting on the ‘wisdom’ of placing a mosque in such a symbolic place.

Challenged about his comments during a family trip to Florida at the weekend, the President said: ‘I was not commenting and I will not comment on the wisdom of making a decision to put a mosque there.

He must have looked out the window of his castle and saw the peasants gathering with torches and pitchforks. Now he’s voting “present,” as he so often did during his brief and mediocre legislative career.

At last, we’ve discovered something more contemptible than supporting Obama: being Obama. Not even a moonbat could fail to be disgusted by this gutless, flip-flopping weasel.

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Now voting “present” on the Ground Zero Victory Mosque.

On tips from conservativecanadiangal, Sean, Bill T, wingmann, BURNING HOT, and Gary. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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