Hey, Mr. President, if you don't want Americans to suspect that you are a secret Muslim, try doing something to prove that you are not. Like perhaps, not kissing up to every Muslim you encounter and not financing every disgusting act they commit.
Why are you carrying out the following policies, Mr. President? Inquiring minds want to know.
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
Obama Drops Prosecution of USS Cole
"Obama is dropping the case against the Cole bombing, a jihadist act of war. In October 2000, the Cole was attacked by Muslim terrorists in a homicide attack in the Yemeni post of Aden. Seventeen sailors were killed and thirty-nine were injured, and the ship was damaged.
Today we hear they are dropping the case. Another big fat lie, to what end? To advance what agenda? Whose interests? Certainly it's not America's."
Read it all.
From Big Peace, via Weasel Zippers:
Coming August 31: ‘Direct Access’ Stimulus Grants for the Muslim Brotherhood
"On August 31, this coming Tuesday, the Muslim Brotherhood-associated 'Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations' (CCMO) will bring 25-30 Muslim leaders of 20 national Muslim groups to attend a special workshop presented by the White House and U.S. Government agencies (Agriculture, Education, Homeland Security, Health and Human Services etc.) to provide the groups 'funding, government assistance and resources.' The workshop will apparently provide special access for these Muslim Brotherhood organizations: the organizers pledge to provide 'direct access' and 'cut through red tape.' Government and Muslim groups will hold an Iftar dinner (breaking the fast of Ramadan) after the workshop."
Read it all.
Then, there is this little jewel, in your own words, Mr. President, via the American Thinker:
How Christian is Obama?
"With all the discussions about whether or not the President is a Christian, I did something I'd never expected to do: I went to the library, checked out a copy of The Audacity of Hope, and read it.
We have to be careful judging - but in his own words, in his own book, in his own chapter on Faith (page 226 of the hard-cover edition) -- Obama recalls his little daughter asking what happens to us when we die. His response was to tell her she wouldn't have to worry about that for a long time, and, he writes, that seemed to satisfy her.
He goes on to say:
'"I wondered whether I should have told her the truth, that I wasn't sure what happens when we die, any more than I was sure of where the soul resides or what existed before the Big Bang."'
Christianity didn't seem to factor into his answer to his daughter, or into his own thoughts about life after death. You'd think a Christian father would have told his little girl at least something about God and heaven."
Now, granted, a young child may not be ready to hear about hell, but a Christian father would certainly be well aware of a place called Heaven where all believers will reside for eternity. Obama seems to have no concept of this promise for those who repent of their sins and accept Christ. A foreign idea for a man posing to be a Christian.