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Hitler was a secret Muslim!
Wait, I thought Hitler was an atheist (despite his Christian beliefs and methodology). So that makes Obama a Muslim Atheist. Well that’s going to go over well with the pundit class.
Does the Republican party still have a soul somewhere, imprisoned in a dungeon in the basement of FOX news? Could we launch a rescue mission? It isn’t good for a country to have only one sane party.
But I thought he was The Master.
Honestly, I can’t keep track of the conspiracy nutters.
Well that explains why he’s doing a big push on health care lately… he’s looking for a Doctor!
Oh man I love Doctor Who…
Someone get Frank Gaffney some immediate psychiatric help. He is dangerous. He might go Vonn Brunn and murder someone.
Gosh, I’ve just got to use this quote again:
“The folkish-minded man, in particular, has the sacred duty, each in his own denomination, of making people stop just talking superficially of God’s will, and actually fulfill God’s will, and not let God’s word be desecrated. For God’s will gave men their form, their essence and their abilities. Anyone who destroys His work is declaring war on the Lord’s creation, the divine will.”
Quick—Guess the source! (no fair using Google)
Dan J, Hitler from MK?
Bingo! The best part of all is that it sounds so much like today’s christian conservatives.
OMG that’s worth a blog post. Maybe next Sunday when no one will suspect.
STILL a Muslim? I’ve never seen any evidence that he was EVER a Muslim.
I don’t understand all this dialogue about Obama being a Muslim. Even if he were a Muslim, what difference would it make?
It only makes a difference if you happen to think Muslim == Terrorist. Which a lot of people do.
There are also a lot of people who think that anyone different from them is someone to be afraid of. Certain groups like to play up any differences in order to make people afraid. People living in fear are more likely to accept things that promoted as ways to allay their fears, or as things that confirm their fears are not unfounded. The “USA Patriot Act” is one good example of such things. Fearmongering may not be ethical, but it is certainly effective on a large majority of the population.
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