Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Is Barak Obama A Muslim?

Initially, when campaigning, Sen. Barak Obama downplayed his Muslim roots and sympathies.  

Since that time, he has become more outspoken for Islam, including short clips in which he indicates his Muslim roots, including paving the way for Iran to hasten its development of nuclear weapons.

He was done more damage to American police than to ISIS, and has been told by Iraq not to send US troops; as they feel he is aiding ISIS.

ISIS the "jv"?

ISIS contained?


The savage terror organisation has up to 50,000 members and nearly £2billion of cash and assets. BBC reporter Andrew Hosken says  “Once they have their caliphate, they plan to turn against the rest of the world. They envisage the whole world being under their rule. "


Since Paris attacks, he has brought in almost 250 Syrian refugees, all Sunni Muslim but one.  

We have 72 employees of the Dept. Of Homeland Security now associated with known Islamic terror. 

He has ordered federal anti Islamic terror strategies to remove the word "Islam" from "Islamic counter terror."

He has repeatedly answered Islamic violence with the propagandist tangent device about the Crusades.  

This week, after the CA. Islamic supremacist murders, he lectured the American people about Muslims.   In this, he has united Democrats and Republicans around the nation, for the first time in 7 years. 

He has frequently hosted known Islamic terrorists or those closely associated with Islamic terror at the White House, including CAIR. 

The Koran prescribes both violence and sexual violence, as does the life of Mohammad, including pedophilia and rape.  Europe has a rape epidemic by Islamists of many nations raping "kaffir" or non Islamic women.  Belgium has ceded one city to Islamic supremacists while thousands of "no go" zones exists where Sharia is in effect, with the governments admitting, finally, what has been known for years. 

Germany is awash in Islamic violence; not terrorism, but lawlessness in the exploitation of the host 'infidel', and just as main stream media reported "women and children war refugees", Angela Merkel and Facebook could not stop the people from telling the truth about the young men, 18-35, or the thousands of "children", aged 18-24, who are soldiers of "Allah", with Italy and Germany both reporting that over 1,000,000 weapons have come in, and thousands of ISIS soldiers are among the "refugees" that Obama ridiculed his opponents, saying that they were afraid of "women and orphans."

The videos show up to 90% male, so why did Obama say otherwise?

Even European secret police documents have contradicted him and Merkel, yet he continues to 'trash talk' instead of dialog and he lies, outright, about Islam, and the violence, and the koran and the gender...

He has Loretta Lynch threaten anyone who "edges" towards violence by exposing the truth?  Is not the koran the ultimate hate speech book, with explicit calls for coercive violence and inhumane treatment of women?

Has he gone mad?

Or, is he a Muslim who is acting in Islam's best interests, including using the Islamic teaching on lying to advance the cause of Islam?

In Statement Analysis, we have a principle known as "confession by pronoun."

It is a powerful tool which gets to the truth.  

1.  Every person has an internal, subjective personal dictionary.  

A person of average intelligence has an internal dictionary of about 25,000 words.  While speaking freely, the person will choose which of these words to use, where to place each word, and what verb tenses to use.  This speed of transmission takes place in less than a micro second.  When a person is deceptive, there is a slight disruption in this process, which causes internal stress,  picked up in the polygraph examination. 

At any time, a person is subject to interpretation.  In Statement Analysis, we do not interpret, we listen.  As an example, in law enforcement seminars, I ask detectives, 

"What do you think of when I say the word, "boy"?

Inevitably answers will have a range of up to 21 years: 

a.  One imagines a newborn male child
b.  Another thinks of a  7 year old Little Leaguer. 
c.  Still another thinks of his  21 year old son, soldier.  

Therefore, when the word "boy" is used, we allow the subject to interpret for us if the context does not. This allows for accuracy in our interviewing.  

2.  There are three exemptions to this principle: 

Time, articles and pronouns. 

Objective time on a clock:  if it is 10 minutes past Noon, it is 12:10PM for everyone.  

Articles:  "the, a and an" are instinctive.  "I saw man carrying a gun.  The man told me to give him my money..."  If the articles are confused, deception is indicated:  "I saw the man with the gun and he said to me to give him the cash" is an indication of a scam as the word "a" is used to introduce and the word "the" comes after the introduction.

3.  Pronouns

Pronouns are so powerful that they get their own lessons in Statement Analysis.  

Pronouns are instinctive and can even pre-date speech as a child says "my", with hand gestures (often, opening and closing) and pronouns require no pre thought.  When someone is alone, he will not say "we"; when someone owns something, he will say "my" and so on.  

Example #1:   Rape

"We drove to the woods and he raped me.  Then, we drove here, I jumped out and called police."  

The word "we" indicates unity and cooperation.  In rape statements, the word "we" will not enter the language of a victim of a rape after the assault.  In every rape case I have been involved in, or others have in which this was indicated, the claim proved to be  false.  Confronting the alleged victim with this produced confession, including the above, "My father wouldn't allow me to go out with him and I was scared, so I..."

In analyzing some of the statements of Bill Cosby's accusers, I noted that once the assault took place, the word "we" disappeared from the language, indicating a change in the relationship between the writer and Cosby had taken place. 

When Bill Clinton was first running for office, Hilary was campaigning for him when the first "bimbo eruption" hit the news.  Hilary said,

"When the man I love, and the man respect is attacked, you bet I am going to speak out."


Years and countless accusations later, the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke.  Hilary again came to his defense:

"When the man you respect and the man you love is accused..."

Not only did she intuitively reverse "love" and "respect" but the  years of constant infidelity and humiliation ejected the pronoun "I" from her language.  

I was asked to work on a campaign to free convicted killer Dennis Dechaine, convicted of murdering 12 year old Sarah Cherry in the woods of Maine.  I agreed to analyze the transcripts where Dechaine spoke on his own behalf.  

He claimed to have never met the victim and that he was alone in the woods, lost.  

"I was standing admiring the deciduous trees when we were losing daylight, so I..."

I told his private investigator that he lied about being alone in the woods, and the jury got it right.  We also note here the body posture of "standing" (the victim would have been tied up, lying on the ground, according to the evidence) with body posture often an indication of an increase in tension at this point of the statement. 

Compare the two:

"My supervisor said for me to be at work on time."

"My supervisor stood and told me to be at work on time."

Not only does the second sentence change "said" to "told", which is more authoritative and 'one way', but he included the supervisor's body posture of "stood", in the language.  This is a decision in the brain to choose this word in less than a microsecond of time, which gives us great accuracy in analysis.  Deception interrupts this process. 

The pronoun "my" is something that we use millions of times, and for many, it predates speech.  We take ownership only of what we want or own. 

OJ Simpson said, "for those of you who believe in my guilt..."


In a $600,000 heist, police were baffled and although most of the money was recovered, it was kept in evidence, much to the chagrin of the company, who asked for my help.  I reviewed the police file, especially the statement of the employee who had been beaten and forced to give up the combination to the safe:

"They beat me over the head and were screaming at me to give them the combination to the safe.  Then we went into the warehouse where I was forced to give them..."

I said, "Your employee is in on it.  There is no way after a beating that the victim is going to use the word "we" to connect himself to the assailants.  He is part of the gang."

The employee was arrested and the money released.  

In Statement Analysis, confession by pronoun is common.  One study suggests that up to 70% of closed cold case files have "confession by pronoun" in the transcripts.  

When speaking at a presser on November 15th, after the Paris Islamic attack, Barak Hussein Obama said "on the one hand, non Muslims cannot stereotype but I also think the Muslim community has to think about how we make sure that children are not being infected with this infected notion that somehow they can kill innocent people and that that is justified by religion. "

As humans, we act upon what we believe.  Terrorists believe the Koranic calls for coercive conquest and act upon them, and Barak Obama acts upon what he believes. 

There is no inconsistency here. 

What can a "moderate Muslim" do?

The only thing they can do is disavow the book that prescribes hatred, murder and rape, and disavow the life of Mohammad, including his pedophilia and murder. 

Unfortunately, Islam is insulated from reform.

It calls for the death for those who state it is not "Allah's book" and for those who criticize Mohammad.

Those who are 'culturally' Muslim must insist that their mosques cooperate with law  enforcement and publicly post and state:

The koran's call for violence is not true. 

Mohammad's example is not to be followed. 

To do this is not only to call for one's own death, but to disavow the world's largest and most emboldened criminal ideology.  


37 comments:

Anonymous said...

When speaking at a presser on November 15th, after the Paris Islamic attack, Barak Hussein Obama said "on the one hand, non Muslims cannot stereotype but I also think the Muslim community has to think about how we make sure that children are not being infected with this infected notion that somehow they can kill innocent people and that that is justified by religion. "

Why inoculate children with hate and bigotry through religion?

Is "that that" a double distancing? Or, should it merely cancel each other out?

they can kill innocent people and that that is justified by religion. "
they can kill innocent people and is justified by religion. "

Turner said...

Thank you. He's a Muslim.
Praying hard for Ted Cruz to keep rising.

Peter Hyatt said...

Mein Kampf showed contempt for the Jews and when implemented, it led to death.

The Koran did not show contempt for the Jews, but actually prescribed it, and then gave precise orders how to kill Jews and then Christians (N).

The Koran teaches the rape of the "kaffir" woman.

If more Americans knew what really happens to a rape victim, they would be incapable of stomaching anyone who says "the koran is a holy book."

People think that the wounds heal in a few weeks and she moves on.

One day, science will show how many women died of cancer from a suppressed immune system brought on by the most invasive crime known to mankind.

rob said...

Everything you said is an undisputable fact, and he sit for 20 years in a church with the minister screaming "God damn the United States" (also an undisputable fact, I saw the video) so my guess is yes, he IS a muslim.

Anonymous said...

I caught the 'we' part when he made that speech.. I'm glad I wasn't the only one. It was frightening to hear.

Kip said...

Agreed!

Turner said...

How is this not a cult? Why do we honor it by giving the freedoms of religion. It's not a religion because they say it is.

Anonymous said...

Turner, how is it you are not from California?

Anonymous said...


evil evil man .
It will take years to undue the damage he has done, and is still doing to the United States. And the damage to our black community, god awful.
He has exposed the many weaknesses of our governing system and we damn well better fix them.

GeekRad said...

I have long thought that he is a Muslim. And here he came right out and said it.

Bas (The Netherlands) said...

It was good to read the "confession by pronoun" part. It baffles me there's 70% of cold cases waiting to be solved, just by pronoun. Thanks.

rob said...

We went to our local gun shop yesterday to pick up some ammo that we had to special order (cause they can't keep ammo in the store, or Academy, or walmart) and the counters were lined up. We asked the owner 'is this the Christmas rush?' and he said 'no, this is the Obama just gave another gun control speech. He's the gift that just keeps giving'
The only gun control that will come in the country, will come when they send UN troops door to door to pick up the weapons.
All MOO

Trigger said...

He uses the word "we" in association with Muslims.

No wonder he protects those who hate Americans and non-Muslims.

It is interesting that the shootings in San Bernardino by Muslims, happened at a Christmas celebration.

When I read that a Muslim mother of a six-month old baby had 12 pipe bombs, hoards of ammunition and guns in her small home, without any family members noticing it, I couldn't understand why the media didn't say anything about child endangerment.



Bas (The Netherlands) said...

It was good to read the "confession by pronoun" part. It baffles me there's 70% of cold cases waiting to be solved, just by pronoun. Thanks.

BB said...

I believe he is Muslim and have no qualms saying it. The idea that he is some terrific orator is complete nonsense. At best he is tone deaf. I've said for a long time that his speeches do not sound like they are written by someone who grew up in America, experiencing America the way American children are raised to learn about 'Murica. He has always seemed like a fraud to me. Reminds me of the way the bad guy in one of the Die Hard movies gives himself away by pretending to be American when he says "It's raining dogs and cats" and refers to the elevator as a "lift". That's Obama to me. His metaphors and narratives and exposed values suggest that he does not share the innate understanding of what America is about. His words seem chosen and his narratives seen constructed not based on a belief system that has understood, processed and then REJECTED American exceptionalism, but from the world view of a person OUTSIDE THAT WORLDVIEW, who has never internalized it at all. Sure, he went to Harvard, but I literally don't think he has ever internalized the notion of a City on a Hill. He does not share the same common experiential American reality that Americans expect their president to share. It's just always been so off to me. I've never understood why more critics didn't point it out!!

There are a few of his speeches I have analyzed that I would LOVE to see Peter examine. I am curious though, about the pronoun and the "experiential" aspects when a professional speechwriter is involved. Granted, he is responsible for the speaker's voice, but the "we" in reference to "Islam" twist is troublesome.

This is O's current head of speechwriting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cody_Keenan

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maudes harold said...

Deception is not limited to "crime" and neither is SA or this blog.

Deception exists in our everyday lives and our larger lives(society), learning to discern it is a benefit, regardless of political affiliation.

Anonymous said...

Waaaaaaa to all the liberal left wing-nuts posting here. Bleeding heart liberals make me sick. I'm sick and tired of all the crying and wimpy whining by these chimps. Nothing but a pain in everyones @$@%@^. Liberals are the real problem in the US. It's why we are where we are now: trouble. Big fat road blocks is what they are!

Liberals can dish but sure as heck can't take anyones else's view/opinion/stand-up attitude.

Oh...bleeding heart liberals: If you think SA only speaks for crime/murder/cold cases your @#$%^& than you sound.

Peter Hyatt's words: TWO WAYS TO STOP AN HONEST DEBATE: HATE AND PHOBIA.

SA is proven science.

Anonymous said...

The topic is to highlight the principle, "Confessions by Pronouns". Which is S/A. Not an agenda.

martin durfey said...

Very interesting.

However I think he is more of a secular humanist, with new age leanings - an earth worshipper.

When you boil it all down, he is not under the influence of God the Holy Spirit, which means he IS under the influence of the god of this world.

He is a proponent of any religion other than true Christianity and Judaism.

Peter Hyatt said...

rob said...
Everything you said is an undisputable fact, and he sit for 20 years in a church with the minister screaming "God damn the United States" (also an undisputable fact, I saw the video) so my guess is yes, he IS a muslim.
December 8, 2015 at 10:13 AM


good point.

Remember, people do what they believe and the American people have a right to know.

Islam teaches world domination by coercion.

When someone says that his religion is private it is to ignore what he will do, and what he has done.

We do that which we believe so if someone is running for public office, we need to know.

He has done everything he can to promote Islam

I wonder if people knew 7 years ago would they have voted the same?



Peter

Shannon Duane said...

I don't think it's an agenda...I agree with that. It's an expression of political beliefs. Agenda means you are attempting to make aomething happen. Peter isn't trying to influence anyone per se...he is giving opinions based on statement analysis. I agree that is not an agenda.

I think what some are saying is they aren't seeing any analysis of people he supports or even has neutral feelings for. Or if he does, he only analyzes statements that show something good.

There's definitely stuff we could analyze on the GOP side...things that would probably show serious deception. The democrats aren't the only ones who lie. And, since I mostly (I said mostly, not always...I like kasich for example) support democrats, I would love to see some SA of republicans that aren't supporting them. Like trump...even if he believes what he said about the video on 9/11, no one has found a video of even hundreds of people in NJ celebrating. He appears to be wrong about that. I just think it's a false memory. Maybe he saw the video of th Palestinians celebrating and also saw one of a couple people in NJ and just remembers "thousands in NJ." But that video doesn't appear to exist.

Does that make trump a liar? No. But the fact that he won't say he was wrong concerns me greatly. Why do we need SA on this point anyway? And yet we have support of trump on an irrelevant issue and now analysis of Obama, essentially a lame duck president, on another essentially irrelevant issue.

How about some SA on issues that really matter on BOTH sides?

Or how about some SA of things bush and/or Cheney/rice/Rumsfeld about the WMD's? Irrelevant you say? I don't think so. peter does old cases all the time and we use them for learning purposes. This would be the same.

That's all I'd like to see. Some neutral analysis without obvious political leanings. Because Obama being a Muslim isn't going to make me vote GOP. But there's a lot of other things we could be looking at that might help me make a decision. And I have to say...seeing that trump thinks he saw that video doesn't make that video real. It just means he thinks he saw it. And until someone finds that video, I have to assume it doesn't exist. And his refusal to back off that statement therefore worries me and I'm less likely to support him.

I think that's why some people are commenting. They are interested but want to see analysis on both sides, for and against.

But it's peter's blog and I support his right and choice to post whatever he wants. I won't stop reading, nor will I slam him for his beliefs. But this one time, I will continue to say I'd like to see some analysis of things republicans say.

Actually Peter... I think I looked for this once and didn't see it. Did you ever do chris Christie and the bridge gate thing?

My in laws live in NJ and I have a hard time believing Christie didn't know about the bridge closure. So I'd be very interested in SA on this point because I'd really like to know if he's being deceptive or if he really didn't know. And I'm open minded. I have my opinion but it's open to change.

Peter Hyatt said...

Bas (The Netherlands) said...
It was good to read the "confession by pronoun" part. It baffles me there's 70% of cold cases waiting to be solved, just by pronoun. Thanks.

December 8, 2015 at 12:42 PM Delete



Bas,

give strong consideration as to why many cold cases are not opened up....think human nature.

Peter

Anonymous said...



Is Obama a Muslim?

• He had a Muslim father,
• He had a Muslim stepfather,
• He has a Muslim first name,
• He has a Muslim middle name,
• He went to a Muslim school in Indonesia as a child,
• He often attended a mosque with his stepfather in Indonesia,
• He was registered in public school as a Muslim , taking Koranic studies.
• He had his Harvard tuition paid by a Muslim
• He went out of his way to find Muslim roommates during college
• He said he'd side with the Muslims if the political winds shifted in an ugly direction.
• He has repeatedly funded the radical terrorist group the Muslim Brotherhood
• He has invited members of the Muslim Brotherhood to the White House
• He appointed 6 members of Muslim Brotherhood to either monitor and/or be actual members of Homeland Security
• He told the head of NASA to make "reaching out to the Muslim world" one of the space agency's top priorities
• He went to the Middle East and told Muslim leaders that America isn't a Christian nation
• He told a New York magazine that the Muslim call to prayer over a loudspeaker "is one of the prettiest sounds on Earth during sunset,"
• He was listed as a Muslim on the registration form at a Catholic school in Hawaii [according to reporter Kim Barker of the Chicago Tribune]
• He refused to attend the Charlie Hebdo memorial because he once told the United Nations "the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam,"
• He tried to place the radical Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt's Presidential Palace
• He handed five Taliban leaders over to Taliban
• He removed sanctions against Iran’s radical Muslim government as he secretly negotiated with the Ayatollas
• He slipped and told George Stephanopoulos about his "Muslim faith."
• He constantly defends Islam
• He constantly bashes Christianity

Anonymous said...

I always found it a conflict that he went to an admitted white hating Christian Church for years, but he is a Muslim? Seems to be a conflict there.

Lemon said...

"When speaking at a presser on November 15th, after the Paris Islamic attack, Barak Hussein Obama said "on the one hand, non Muslims cannot stereotype but I also think the Muslim community has to think about how we make sure that children are not being infected with this infected notion that somehow they can kill innocent people and that that is justified by religion. " "

See above the words "Barak Hussein Obama said" line one words 14 through 17.

elf said...

Thanks Lemon!
Redwing, the people killed in San Bernardino thought the two shooters were nonviolent Muslims also. The male even argued that his faith was nonviolent with a coworker. Then he came back with his wife to murder the people he worked with. Muslims are allowed (encouraged) to lie in order to further their cause.

Anonymous said...

@Redwing ... you said goodbye, and then you came back. You're angry. You've been duped. You're a tool. Liberalism is a mental disease. A terminal mental disease. You suffer from it. There is however a cure: the Truth. May you seek it and find it before it's too late.

Anonymous said...

"I don't believe 1.6 billion Muslims all want to kill and rape me."

Did anyone say that every single Muslim; man, woman, child and elderly, wants to kill and rape you?

How many men does it take to kill and rape one woman?
How many men does it take to kill and rape 72 women?

"If 1.6 billion people want to join together and kill us, I'm sorry to say, we would already be dead. It won't happen, because 99.99% of them are law-abiding people who just want a good life for themselves and their families."

What's your opinion on the migrant situation?

Why are Muslims leaving their countries in large numbers, considering that 99.99% of them are "law-abiding people who just want a good life for themselves and their families"?

"Not all of the Q'uran (please spell it right, Peter) is to be taken literally; certainly, most Muslims don't."

a) "Full Definition of KORAN: the book composed of sacred writings accepted by Muslims as revelations made to Muhammad by Allah through the angel Gabriel" http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/koran

b) Should the below quotes be taken literally? If not, then how?

"Slay them wherever you find them...Idolatry is worse than carnage...Fight against them until idolatry is no more and God's religion reigns supreme." (Surah 2:190-)

Quran (2:216) - "Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not."

"Seek out your enemies relentlessly." (Surah 4:103-)

"Believers, take neither Jews nor Christians for your friends." (Surah 5:51)

"Believers, when you encounter the infidels on the march, do not turn your backs to them in flight. If anyone on that day turns his back to them, except it be for tactical reasons...he shall incur the wrath of God and Hell shall be his home..." (Surah 8:12-)

"Make war on them until idolatry shall cease and God's religion shall reign supreme." (Surah 8:36-)

Quran (8:12) - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them" No reasonable person would interpret this to mean a spiritual struggle.

"...make war on the leaders of unbelief...Make war on them: God will chastise them at your hands and humble them. He will grant you victory over them..." (Surah 9:12-)

"Fight against such as those to whom the Scriptures were given [Jews and Christians]...until they pay tribute out of hand and are utterly subdued." (Surah 9:27-)

"If you do not fight, He will punish you sternly, and replace you by other men." (Surah 9:37-)

Quran (9:30) – “And the Jews say: Ezra is the son of Allah; and the Christians say: The Messiah is the son of Allah; these are the words of their mouths; they imitate the saying of those who disbelieved before; may Allah destroy them; how they are turned away!”

http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/quran/023-violence.htm and other sites.

Peter Hyatt said...



It is the ideology.


Peter

Susan said...

Peter I read your analysis on Chris Christie and Bridgegate and it was spot on but thinking this proves you are not biased is foolish. I have been here for many years, first with Hailey but over the years I have read and heard most everything and you just cover cases not politics. You may not resent those comments but I do.







thank you! :)

rob said...

Peter Hyatt said...
I wonder if people knew 7 years ago would they have voted the same?


Peter, Obama did not carry SC in either election. It was said on the national news that it was because we were racist. Forget that Kerry and Gore also lost here. In fact no democratic candidate has won this state since Carter won in 1976. I like to think we learned our lesson.

Peter Hyatt said...

rob,

I have such respect for the Southern culture.

I was raised on the notion that all Southerns were racist. Thus, the power of propaganda.

When I learned the percentage of slave owners among soldiers, I was surprised enough, as a young man, to begin my own research.

I learned that just prior to the outbreak of the war, there were more abolitionist societies in the South than there were in the North!

Many were told that if you opposed Barak Obama it was because you were racist, and not about policy. This same theme continues today.

Angela Merkel, our champion of the year, said that if someone disagreed with her immigration policy, they were irrational and morally bankrupt and should leave Germany.

Democracy?

Susan,

my work on Christie proves nothing about being biased. I simply analyze what is in the news. Whatever party is in office, he or she gets more attention. Its that simple.

You played into a poster's game. He could not disagree with the analysis so he attacked my character instead.

Another agenda driven anonymous responder.

I sometimes wonder what motivates people into making such comments, or what motives someone, for example, for simply leaving a nasty comment.

Do they feel empowered by insulting another?

Would they care to know me, my wife, and my children?

Would they consider that maybe my teenaged daughter reads some of those nasty comments? Would they matter to them?

Some of them have blogs and one I looked at yesterday had no comments anywhere. Mystery of nasty and off topic comment solved. I wonder what he would have felt had someone left an anonymous nasty little remark for him?

Strange, but like all things, it teaches about human nature.

I ask the volunteers to use their discretion but anything like that should not only be deleted but the IP blocked from posting on the blog.
Peter

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Lemon said...

"When speaking at a presser on November 15th, after the Paris Islamic attack, Barak Hussein Obama said "on the one hand, non Muslims cannot stereotype but I also think the Muslim community has to think about how we make sure that children are not being infected with this infected notion that somehow they can kill innocent people and that that is justified by religion. " "

See above the words "Barak Hussein Obama said" line one words 14 through 17.



Oops

He let slips what he is

...the Muslim community has to think about how WE make sure that children are not being infected with this infected notion...

aud said...

Only if you don't mind me asking Peter, why was my comment removed by the blog administrator? I only stated that I'm happy for my good job, good gas prices and the Freedom of Religion here in America. I couldn't care less if Obama is a Muslim or not. Smokescreen issue for the large problems in the world.

(A little longer version to convey what I meant. I can't imagine this offended anyone?)

Anonymous said...

I liked this blog when it focused mainly on crime. These political posts (not just this one) bring out an ugly side that is unappealing. I'm a registered Independent and neither strictly liberal or conservative and have no problem disagreeing with a point of view that is different from my own but the ignorance in these comments is astounding. It's hard to imagine that most of you even graduated from high school.