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George Galloway Refutes Barack Obama

This disappoints me, but yet the sad reality is, if you want to become president of the U.S. you have to suck up to the terrorist state of Israel.

It is safe to say that Barack Obama is good on everything but Israel.


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  • 49 Responses for "George Galloway Refutes Barack Obama"

    1. Ahmed Eid June 5th, 2008 at 9:36 pm

      I love George Galloway

    2. mujahid7ia June 5th, 2008 at 10:38 pm

      “It is safe to say that Barack Obama is good on everything but Israel.”

      Homosexuality, abortion, respecting the sovereignty of nations — I would hardly call his positions on these “good.”

    3. The other Dave June 5th, 2008 at 11:14 pm

      The U.S is a terrorist nation. You guys should just move somewhere else. lol

    4. MR June 5th, 2008 at 11:18 pm

      Homosexuality, abortion and respecting the sovereignty of nations are nothing compared to Israel’s genocide with Palestinians.

    5. The other Dave June 5th, 2008 at 11:20 pm

      You’re on a roll MR.

      You already know the deal. Don’t act like Obama pulled a fast one on you.

    6. Yaser June 5th, 2008 at 11:26 pm

      if galloway ran for president (though he’s not even American or in the country) it might motivate me enough to vote. we’ll see how the rest of this clown contest turns out

    7. The other Dave June 5th, 2008 at 11:28 pm

      Voting independent is always fun.

    8. The other Dave June 5th, 2008 at 11:30 pm

      I say that because no major party would dream of nominating someone that far left. Not even if he were American. lol

    9. Baba June 5th, 2008 at 11:32 pm

      Obama’s not going to come in your house and wipe your butts and install cash faucets. Let’s vote for the best man, which insha’allah is Obama, but not be lulled to sleep by hype.

    10. Now, onto to Barack « Izzy Mo’s Blog June 5th, 2008 at 11:48 pm

      […] Watch George Galloway correct the wayward senator. […]

    11. themanoffewwords June 6th, 2008 at 2:33 am

      I hope you are seeing the light now … also you might want to know that obama also promised the lobby that he would “eliminate” the Iranian threat … sounds like another crazy war president to me.

    12. themanoffewwords June 6th, 2008 at 2:35 am

      lol … I guess I should have watched this video BEFORE I posted my last comment.

    13. MR June 6th, 2008 at 10:36 am

      the MOFW – LOL u commented without watching the video. I knew Obama was too good to be true. There can never be a 100% perfect candidate that is pleasing to Islam. then again there is not a single Muslim leader living in the world that is 100% with the Islamic way and the Prophetic way.

    14. andalus June 6th, 2008 at 12:34 pm

      Salaam ‘alaikum,

      Two things.
      First, this video is not Galloway responding to Obama’s AIPAC speech. The Galloway sound clips are from a discussion he had, I believe on SKY TV, in the UK over a year ago.
      It’s just been edited by some myopic pro-Palestinian activist who doesn’t get that politicians have to say certain things to get elected. What’s important is what he does once in office.

      To that end, my second point- Here’s Galloway on May 2, hopeful that an Obama presidency will benefit the Palestinian people.
      http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1785.htm

    15. Hamid June 6th, 2008 at 4:20 pm

      Galloway is the best

    16. Ahmad June 6th, 2008 at 8:52 pm

      You guys don’t get it. Obama is saying that he supports Israel to appeal to the Clinton and Democratic voters. Polls said that if Clinton didn’t lock the nominee, then 40% of her voters (millions of Americans) will not vote for Obama. Obama wants to win. And the only way he can defeat McCain (by the way, the Republicans are united) is to announce his aggression on Iran and support for Israel when he really wants to be neutral and establish peace.

    17. Ahmad June 6th, 2008 at 8:54 pm

      Also, Obama in the beginning of his campaign suggested peace talks with Iran. Do you guys really think that he is two-sided? Aggression towards Iran is the Bush policy. Obama’s campaign is CHANGE. Thus, re-enacted Bush’s policy is paradoxical to Obama’s campaign.

    18. Ahmad June 6th, 2008 at 10:32 pm

      And lastly, AIPAC is a lobbyist group. There’s no way in hell that he will support a lobbyist group when he has excessively stated that he will fight lobyyists in Washington. This whole thing is publicity for him, a simple “white lie” to attract more votes.

    19. genieyclo June 7th, 2008 at 12:05 am

      I second Ahmed Eid. Check out my playlist of my favorite videos of him on YouTube.

    20. The other dave June 7th, 2008 at 12:34 am

      He’s fair and balanced. He shuts up every sort of hater imaginable. Whether they be Nazi or any other type of extremist. lol The videos are entertaining. Thanks.

    21. s k June 7th, 2008 at 8:29 am

      i argue there is nothing good about any of the candidates. zero. they have us brainwashed that there is a chance even of change for the best. they are playing a ”chess game” but we dont see that we are the pieces. they are playing us and we are so busy watching that we cant see the movie that they are acting out. these are the real actors not hollywood. the house is on fire and we are trying to clean up the spilt milk . look at the issues we pay attention to? meanwhile…….
      -they have slaughtered hundreds of thousands of muslims
      -they have perpetrated the criminal treasonous acts of 911 beyond a shadow of a doubt. for all to see who have looked at all the evidence out there argued.
      -the criminal globalist elements of our regime and gov. have effectively wiped out our military. has anyone seen ”beyond treason”http://www.beyondtreason.com/
      http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5326824137117584395
      according to science and the effect and testimony of the first gulf war, i predict 90% of our current troops in iraq and afganistan perminatly disabled from d.u. poisoning.
      -they are on the verge of collapsing the dollar and international paper money , causing a depression that dwarfs the great depression of the 1930’s
      -and mabey most importaint to the common american virtually torn the constitution and specifically the bill of rights up and dangling it over the abyss.
      -who ever we vote for doesnt matter. if we vote or not doesnt matter, its made to look like it does but it doesnt. bush wasnt elected in 2000. and its the electorial congress that decides the president not the people.

      as muslims we all know that it will get worse, much worse before it gets better. first the world will be ruled from jerusalem by al dajjal.
      and the us president has to get permision from israel to get the position, via apaic. so who is running who? america is all but used up.
      we are soo through. and im not being pecimistic. that would be much worse. just realistic. everything is happing very fast now. everything that shaykh imran hosein predicted is happening.

      and why arent americans worried about the constituion. thats the biggest threat of national sovernty. the only one who mentioned it was ron paul.
      i am so disgusted by the masses of muslims in amercia and abroad who have been buying into the obama hype. no offence intented MR, he did talk a good talk before apaic. but again so did the facist,treasonist, neo nazi, zionist , dictator , bush.
      who by the way his father goes by the name ”MAGOG” in skull n bones or majooj mabey shaykh imran was right on that one?

    22. s k June 7th, 2008 at 8:46 am

      the point of all that was to prove the candidates have no good intentions or trustworthyness. if they are not adressing the mentioned topics which are the biggest threats to national security and national sovereinty that this nation has ever faced. then they are part of the problem. they are traitors to the constitution, treasonist criminals who should be seen as they are in the light, and the muslims should be the first to speak out against this falsehood. and not live in a state of fear for speaking the truth. that is our jihad, speaking the truth, and standing for justice. and post 911 time is going by so fast young muslims and young americans even college age are becoming a group that was too young to remember politics and things of this sort before that time. they have come of age in this time of the death of the constitution to where they dont remember how it was before or how it appeared…..if we lose there voices of decent as a nation we are lost . the youth will be th ones to speak out. and must lead the resistance

    23. Sports Brotha June 7th, 2008 at 2:44 pm

      Obama has started wearing a pin on his suits which are double flagged. One of the flags is the United States, and I’ll let MR break the story on what the other is.

      Sports Brotha
      http://www.sportsbrotha.com

    24. h. ahmed June 7th, 2008 at 4:20 pm

      As salaam alaikum, there was a similar discussion going on in the Muslims4Obama group that im on…. heres what i wrote there:

      Barack Obama is not perfect. He is far from it. While his unequivocal support for Israel is something we all have issues with- this represents a greater problem with the American media and its stance with Israel, and less so with Barack Obama personally. Unfortunately if you even try to speak out against Israel’s injustices – you are immediately vilified and dismissed by many. Just look at President Jimmy Carter and his latest book/visit with Hamas ordeal. You know this is all very different in Israel- where they actually do have intense inter-dialogue and debates over issues we arent even allowed to acknolwedge here in the US.

      Even today – Barack Obama was criticized in the media for someone like George Galloway speaking positively about Obama – and of course Galloway is considered a left wing lunatic in the eyes of many. Guilt by association is a powerful tactic nowadays.

      Winning an election is not easy. Just look what happened in 2004. i never thought bush had a chance to win amidst all that happened up until then, yet unfortunately the impossible took place and here we are.

      We live in a world controlled by media hype and talking points. There is rarely any substance or meaning regarding anything in politics – and the candidates have to do what they have to do to win. It is a shame.

      Basically what im trying to say is – yes Barack has faults – and We really desparately need a change in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – but now isnt the time to attack him and criticize his stances. The unfortunate reality is that we lived in a flawed political system – and our option now is either Obama or McCain – and I doubt any of you would argue in favor of Mccain on any stance for that matter.

      we all know that many of our fellow citizens are …. ignorant. In 2000 many muslims refused to vote for Gore because he had a jewish running mate. If we start fueling the fire about Obama not being so flawed – we will only be hurting our own cause. Muslims will decide not to vote, etc. Once Obama wins and gets into office (inshaAllah) – i believe then we can justifiably be all up in his grill and demand for justice in palestine, universal health care, and other imporant issues :)

      Deep inside of me (you can call me naive) but i really do hope for a change in American politics – and i do see something different in Barack Obama. He definitely will not be our savior by any means – but he is a start – a start of many positive changes to come to our country… insha’Allah.

      Wassalaam
      (Peace)

    25. s k June 7th, 2008 at 5:32 pm

      salamu laykum. it is good to be positive. i respectfully disagree. and i think we have zero say so over who gets elected. its all a massive illusion. i think that since kennedy was assasinated and even more so today. ” politics are just to keep us from revolting while they rob us and slaughter people” i think we are in a delusional state. collectivley. and you have a really good point in not despairing cause it can be easy to do. i just hope for people to adress the real issues. and we cant give something to someone that we dont have. and these are somes of the times we have been warned about. salam

    26. h. ahmed June 8th, 2008 at 12:52 am

      Walaikum as salaam

      all valid points samieh. I just try to live more optimistically – yet i honestly cannot argue against any of your points as they all may very well be true.

    27. lamia June 8th, 2008 at 7:30 am

      How think really that a president (more in the USA) can win without support Israel?!
      It’s not a surprise…
      You have to vote for the better, someone who defends the most your values. And as you know, you will never have the “perfect president”.
      It’s the reality, unfortunatly!

    28. lamia June 8th, 2008 at 7:30 am

      Who think really that a president (more in the USA) can win without support Israel?!
      It’s not a surprise…
      You have to vote for the better, someone who defends the most your values. And as you know, you will never have the “perfect president”.
      It’s the reality, unfortunatly!

    29. Salam June 8th, 2008 at 12:42 pm

      Assalamu Alaikum,

      We all have to realize that Muslims are not liked. You simply cannot have a “potential” US president (especially with a name like Barak Hussein Obama) showing overly outward love for Muslims. This is plain stupidity.

      We as Muslims are also missing part of the big picture. A BLACK MAN IS A POTENTIAL US PRESIDENT. THIS IS HUGE!

      We also have to realize that no one is going to save Palestine except for Muslims. We know that Palestine will be liberated 3 times in history (2 already passed with the Caliph Umar and Salahudeen, the next & final one will be with the Mehdi & Prophet Isa). In the meanwhile, most Palestinians living in the West do not practice Islam (I know A LOT OF THEM). Even in Palestine, a Shaykh visited Palestine many years ago, and “rarely” found a hafidh of the Quran! Does this mean they deserve punishment? No, but only until we have some “moral” compass will we gain success.

      We also know that Obama spent his youth in Muslim countries, he has two Muslim fathers, do you not think deep down in his heart he has a sensitivity there? In the time of the Prophet, the Abysinnian King, Najashi, hid his iman b/c he was in power. Some Ulama took from this that if someone in power converts to Islam, he can hide it if the there is more harm than good, and Allah knows best. We can always hope, that this “could” be a reality for the most powerful person in the world, the potential US president, Barak Obama, Insha Allah.

      Wasalam

    30. Azeem June 9th, 2008 at 9:36 am

      While I do not wish to be apathetic we all have to realize the Muslim vote in the US is not a factor (at all) at this point in time. According to PEW Muslims are less than 1.7% of the population in every single state. Out of 4-7 million Muslims in the US. What percentage do you think are 1. eligible to vote (citizen, 18 years of age) 2. registered. 3. care to do so.

      Why do you think no candidates come to Muslim events? Or why do you think they never talk about the Muslim vote? African American Muslims probably have the largest constituency of registered voters among Muslims. But their vote is counted under courting the African American vote.

      Jews are at max around the same population of Muslims, most probably less. BUT the key difference is they have been here longer (as an established community) and have established themselves in key areas. AIPAC didn’t have all this power overnight where they could demand all the candidates come to their event the day after the democratic primaries finished. Jews also hold influence in society, while Muslims in the US do not hold any sort of influence (yet).

    31. buckminster abbey June 9th, 2008 at 1:11 pm

      @ Azeem: i shudder when people compare the political influence of muslims to that of jews. we don’t need to, nor should we want to, follow the path of jewish lobbyists, even if we could. we don’t even need to be a voting block called “the muslim vote.” what we DO need are educated, politically involved and engaged muslims. unfortunately many of us are not, and we vote based on trivialities or don’t vote at all. and many don’t join the political process because it’s not perfect enough for them.

      @ MR and the rest: anyone who expected or is expecting a “perfect” president anytime at all is delusional. it’s called democracy. it wasn’t designed to be perfect, only most practical. you’ve gotta pick the best of the available options, and try to influence things as best as possible.

      the funny thing about democracy is that the person who wins is the person whose ideas are agreeable to the widest swath of citizens. (this is usually true even in america’s warped version of democracy.) the nature of such a system is that there is going to be a lot of pandering to people’s interests, no matter what. if one wants to win, one has three options: either have widely acceptable beliefs, or convince yourself that you really hold those widely acceptable beliefs, or pretend you have those widely acceptable beliefs. all three are despicable to varying degrees. actually, there is a fourth option, which is convincing everyone of your beliefs, but that is incredibly difficult and likely takes longer than one political career.

      @ samieh: i’m confused. the only seemingly positive input you’ve given is that the youth must lead the resistance and that our jihad is to speak the truth. maybe you can explain what sort of resistance this will be, and what truth you’d like us all to speak. or you can just cut to the chase and tell us how individuals who think they’re powerless and have poor typing skills and foreign names will make a difference by spreading the “truth” of their conspiracy theories. i suppose it’s possible that this jihad isn’t meant to make a difference after all, but if it isn’t, i’d rather spend my time on a more productive jihad. do you REALLY think there is absolutely nothing good you can bring to your community and country, except ranting about things that a paltry few will listen to and which will have no impact whatsoever? i hope not.

      for the record, i’m canadian. which probably makes me an evil communist intruder for talking about american politics. but oh well.

    32. Stupid June 9th, 2008 at 2:59 pm

      buckminster abbey – it amazes me of how much canadians LOVE and STUDY american politics, yet they don’t know jack about their own country. this proves the statement “Canada is the 51st state of America”. you guys got all exicted when the canadian dollar went up and equalled the american dollar but you fail to realize that was bad for you guys. your gas prices are higher than ours. your milk, egg and cheese prices are higher than us. and our prices are high as it is. your president or prime minister or king/queen or whatever it is you have (actually we’ll call it the governer of canada) wants to become like Bush. the liberal parties are damned in canada. toronto is full of fagits including so called faggit “muslims”. my advice to you is to step outside your house and look around before you come and drop your “1 cent” on American politics, especially concerning Muslim Americans and the elections.

      oh yeah i forgot to say ‘eh’

      eh

    33. h. ahmed June 9th, 2008 at 3:24 pm

      This is another reason why im glad that im taking a break from blogging. Everyone who is anyone loves to arrogantly and anonymously post their comments about issues they actually know very little about.

      Moreover, we get most of our information filtered from tertiary, and quaternary sources, and most of us in reality have no idea what we are talking about.

      You want to really learn about Barack Obama – read his book! (The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream)

      For a great book on Israeli Lobby – American relationship- read: The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy

      And everyone should go back and learn basic adab and manners. Insulting one another is inexcusable – especially anonymously.

      peace

    34. Ali Diddams June 10th, 2008 at 9:54 pm

      I am in favor of anarchy.

    35. Nadia Bandukda June 12th, 2008 at 11:31 am

      UhmmmMM you kinda dooo have to suck up to Israel and AIPAC to win the American election… just like McCain has his HIGH chances cuz he appeals to the evangelic voter base

    36. Dawud June 14th, 2008 at 10:51 am

      voting is kufr, we are not allowed to vote as the shari’ah is the only ordained law for mankind, so any muslim that votes while fully knowing this an apostate and should be executed, just because obama is back many black muslims vote for him which is racist, its the not the colour of the man, obama is still filth, a kafir that sticks up to israel and hates the muslim, he will go to war with iran and be destroyed.

    37. Dawud June 14th, 2008 at 10:52 am

      voting is kufr, we are not allowed to vote as the shari’ah is the only ordained law for mankind, so any muslim that votes while fully knowing this is an apostate and should be executed, just because obama is black many black muslims vote for him which is racist, its the not the colour of the man, obama is still filth, a kafir that sticks up to israel and hates the muslim, he will go to war with iran and be destroyed.

    38. just clap fa me mami OH! June 17th, 2008 at 9:59 pm

      are you guys stupid or what? politicians are liars, thats what they do so fools like you get stars for eyes and help put them in power. no matter what color, creed or sex. they lie they cheat they steal thats their job. YOU IDIOTS!!!

    39. just clap fa me mami OH! June 17th, 2008 at 10:02 pm

      voting is not kufr bro, but it can be if you actually believe democracy is the way to go. however, it is stupid because it doesn’t matter who you vote for anyway. IMF are the people in charge, even America has to answer to them lol.

    40. s k June 18th, 2008 at 1:03 am

      dawud thats way over the top bro……there is some soundness to not voting from what i heard but the other view is much stronger from what i heard. i think its all about your intentions. how is disbelief in allah? if ron paul was in and had a chance i would absolutly vote for him, the others no way. if you look into obama eyes hes truley scarey to me. and we should learn form the 2000 elections when we had liberman or bush basically ….we all basically voted for bush. will we ever learn….

      buckminster abbey……..first of all what ever country we are from or in doesnt concern me if you are muslim then you are my brother. the rest is a joke. actually i think canada seems better that the falling empire we call home here. i love my country for what its worth but hate the people in charge. and allah placed me and my family here mashallah.

      we muslims are in a delusional state. i think we have ultimatly two choices. the dajjal system has declared war on muslims. or what ever name you prefer. so our jihad is either move out of this country and resist. or stay here and make dawa, educate the ignorant but wait we cant do that if we are too. not aiming at you but our majority here in the west. i say if we are here we fight with the perverbial pen. education. this war is against us all . muslim and kaffir. the constitution is being burned in front of us. we as muslims should be educating people…after all if we are truly believers we should have balsera or a piercing inner site. personally im torn i want to leave cause america has hit the point of now return….and belive me many americans are talking the same thing…..i respect ron paul, mumia abu jamal, and shaykh imran hosein very much on the subjects we are adressing….there is no doubt we are in the last days, all the signs are upon us mean while we are chasing dollars, cars, the love of this dunya and forgeting the akhera. im not saying we should abandon our lives just not be so obsessed with materialism its scary. we have to see the truth to speak it. we have to do something, its not about if we personally win or lose but how we play the game as they say…we all know islam wins in the end. but will we be of those who help give it victory. thats the question. everything counts. the fitna of the dajjal is uncomprehensible. and the sahabba would weep tremendously when discousing this….we mean while acuse our brothers of ”conspirousy theorys” sorry bro most of them have major elements of truth in them…i call them reality. and if you really analize and reflect its all pointing to the signs and fitna of the last days. do you belive in that? i assume you do but its all going that way…im saying we need to snap out of this delusional state we are in collectivlley. we need stand for the truth…what happened to the muslims with ron paul….all i hear is obama is the man? he is a slave to the zionist bottom line or he wont get elected. ron paul said he would crush apaic. and stop funding isreal. he is for real money not as much riba, he is for saving our liberty, obama isnt barley touching that one just a little retoric . paul would remove our bases of muslim lands…..did i miss something…did you all see something i didnt? what if obama was white and 30 years older and exactly the same otherwise would he be supported the same?
      im 31 so those in their middle and younger twentys were pretty young in 2001 and probably dont remember pre 911 politics as well as those older than me. but we have been indoctrinated since youth and its hard to step out of the box aswell but we have to……
      my sugestion is to listen to ron paul if you want to listen to a politican
      listen to MUMIA ABU JAMAL if you want an even bigger picture
      and listen to imran hosein if you want to hear from a muslim point of view……the shaykh is right we have become halwa muslims, our hearts are so soft for the dunya, and weak for our akhera
      we need to be more active…educate our selves and the youth…knowledge precedes action. stand in the face of tyrants and defend the truth, make dawa, practice our dean, purify our hearts, learn more dean. cling to this dean, the love of allah and his messenger sallallahu alayhe wasallam, dont think politicans will make anything better in the real big picture, hope for the best , prepare for the worst, and totaly put our trust in allah, and have a good opinion of allah and we will be victorious,
      but none of this can happen if we are in a delusional state. if we see what is leading to the signs of the dajjal and the last days as conspirousy theorys we are in big big trouble….

      what are your thoughts on this in its entirety the end makes the whole thing you have to watch the whole thing in its entirety.

    41. Abdul July 14th, 2008 at 3:45 pm

      Barack is a total idiot. Yes, MR, barack is stupid, idiotic, inexperianced, and for muslims he is not a safe pick, even though he may be the most safe pick. Hell, this whole thing makes me apathetic. the fact that barack is popular, and idiots like you make him popular amongst muslims. mccain too is an idiot, more than barack, but choosing the lesser of idiots doesnt make a much better prospect for the future. Concern for attitude towards muslims in the future by the next president is immense and very serious. If barack, a man who on a jist of a question can agree to bombing pakistan, and willingly find it good to terminate the false threats in iran, then your just empowering the people who honestly have something against muslims, simply because we are not OF them. People who thinks its serious that a black man may become president carry within them a notion that it will empower blacks. That is the weak way to look at it. My point in that is that being any color should never have any official significance in the minds of voters or anyone, when it comes to official positions in government. If your a racist and think a black man shouldn’t become a president, you are fallacious, and do not deserve an official opinion in dialogue. If you think a black man should become a president, based more strongly on the simple fact of him being a president, then your quite frankly are another idiot. I do not like him for neither of these reasons. I do not like him because he is incredibly inexperienced, makes stupid points, pointless when he says that “we need change” by not verifying what that change would be. If you understand rhetoric you would see that that is all this man is, rhetoric. He just wants to get it in, he just wants to be president, he just wants to be the first black president…THATS the change he wants. Other change he pleads for is pretty much what the public keeps complaining about, but with that he never provides a realistic “how” he will bring about such change.

      All in all whats left to say is that Muslims are really, when we look at it, not in unison when it comes to choices. And that isn’t helping Muslims at all. Keep your view, no matter how idiotic someone may think of it, unless you really consider everything that sums up your choice that will be beneficial for everyone, not just you, not just your community of muslims, not just the muslims of the world, but EVERYONE. Don’t just choose the best shot we have, because it may be consequential of things we hold dear.

      MR, your still young, you still care about things that need not matter when it comes to faith (in accordance to what you blog about), and you have a strong passion for truth. Your have readers that disregard your faults and find it okay to be impassionate when you just need to have some fun and play diablo or watch old tv shows. This may sound extremely strict for you, but dude, you just need to realize what iman is, what yakeen is, what it means to have a beard, what it means to wear the sunnah, and what it means to live the sunnah (assuming your confident in following the fardh). I’m not in any position to seriously say all this as I’m just some random guy, but MR you gotta straighten up, especially since your trying to represent islam to others.

    42. OBAMA HAS WORDS BUT NO WISDOM October 20th, 2008 at 1:12 am

      BARAK OBAMA IS LIEING IS WAY IN HE IS CHEATING THE PEPOLE OF U.S BY PRAYING ON THERE DREAMS AND HOPES OBAMA WILL BE MORE OF THE SAME JUST LIKE OTHER U.S LEADERS THAT CAME AND WENT YOU CAN NOT TRUST HIM HES ALSO A ZOINIST LAP DOG WHICH IS A FACT THE ONLY CHANGE PEPOLE SEE IS A BLACK MAN IN A WHITE HOUSE OBAMA ALSO HATES ARABS AND MUSLIMS JUST LIKE HIS WHITE MASTERS

    43. THE ONLY CHANGE AMERICA WILL SEE IS A BLACK MAN INSIDE WHITE HOUSE? October 20th, 2008 at 1:28 am

      JUST WHEN THE PEPOLE OF U.S.A LOST HOPE TRUST IN POLITICS AND POLITIONS UP COMES BARAK OBAMA FROM NO WERE THIS IS THE BEST POLITICAL STUNT IN HISTORY TO MAKE THE PEPOLE OF THE U.S TRUST AND LOVE POLITIONS AND POLITICS THE MASTERS OF THE DARK CAME UP WITH THE RIGHT PLAN ON THE RIGHT TIME.

    44. GEORGE GALLAWAY IS A GOOD MAN AND GOOD CHRISTIAN THATS WHAY MUSLIMS LOVE HIM AND THEY SEE HIM US ONE OF THERE OWN October 20th, 2008 at 1:42 am

      GEORGE GALLAWAY IS A HERO TO MILLIONS MUSLIMS NON MUSLIM A LIKE WORLD WIDE FOR HIS HONESTY ALSO HE SAYS IT LIKE IT IS AND HOW IT SHOULD BE HE IS ALSO A WUNDERFULL MAN WHO CARES ABOUT THE POOR AND THE WEAK AND HE IS THERE VOCIE A VOCIE OF HOPE UNITY AND PEACE

    45. MAD MAN MACCAIN IS TO INSAIN TO BE THE LEADER OF THE U.S.A ALSO HE IS A OLD MAN ILL AND IN PAIN G.BUSH WAS THE MAD MAN OF THEM ALL October 20th, 2008 at 2:02 am

      JOHN MACCAIN IS TO MAD AND TO INSAIN TO BE THE LEADER OF THE U.S.A MACCAIN ALSO WAS PART OF THE G.BUSH,S MAD MAN CREW
      WHICH GAVE THE WORLD DEATH AND DISTRUCATION WARS AND POVERTY IF MACCAIN DOES WIN MAY GOD HELP THE WORLD AND PEPOLE IN THE U.S

    46. BANKS NEED BILLIONS TO KEEP THEM SELF ALAVE AND KICKING WHICH IS PURE LIE? October 20th, 2008 at 2:31 am

      THE BANKS MADE BILLIONS OUT OF THE PEPOLE NOT TO FORGET THE INTREST RATES WHICH WENT UP IN YEAR 2OOO THE PEPOLE END UP PAYING MORE INTO THE BANKS CUS THE INTERST RATE WERE SO HIGH THERE FOR THE BANKS MADE BILLIONS AND NOW THEY MADE BILLIONS MORE WHICH PEPOLE WILL PAY THREW THERE TAX THANKS TO THE GOVERMENTS WHO TRYIED TO BE HEROS INFECT THEY ARE NO HEROS THEY HAVE PUTT MORE HARD SHIPS ON THE PEPOLE WHAY DIDENT THE GOVERMENTS PAYIED BILLIONS TO ITS PEPOLE WHO HAVE DETS WHO CANT FORD TO PAY THERE LOANS OR RENT PEOPLE WHO CANT FORD THERE HOMES CUS THE HIGH INTERST RATES THE GOVERMENTS SHOULD HAVE PAYID THE BANKS BILLIONS ONLY FOR THIS REASON BUT THEY DID NOT THE PEPOLE WILL PAY THERE TAXES TO THE GOVERMENT FOR NO HELP FROM THEM WHAT SO EVER BILLIONS MORE IN THE HANDS OF FAT CATS

    47. INTERST FREE ISLAM THE ONLY HOPE FOR THE PEPOLE October 20th, 2008 at 2:46 am

      IN ISLAM INTERST IS HARAM IF WE HAD ISLAMIC BANKS WHICH ARE INTERST FREE THAT COULD HELP THE PEPOLE BUT I FEAR THAT THERE ARE SOME MUSLIMS OUT THERE WHO DO CHARGE INTERST IN THE NAME OF ISLAM?

    48. DaQueen October 20th, 2008 at 4:02 am

      america is owned by jews/israeles whatever u wanna call dem. but yea who wuld vote for him if he said “i oppose israel” it wuldnt work out..he wuldnt even be nominated for a fact. america is Israel fluzy. so yea i love obama and hes ideas. i think the only reason hes for israel is becuz he has to say that to be the president. u never kno when he changes his ideas. all this bs is a show. Obama is a smart sophisticated man, whos has everyone ears, and i beleive he is the change for america. who ever is trippin stfu. you just mad..lol. :)

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