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Mr. Obama you are wrong in saying that this is not a Christian country but a Islam country. This country was based on the one and only book that has kept this country together through some hard times and that would be the Bible and what it says. This country needs change all right, it needs for you to either find another job or actually listen to the American people for once!

anonymous, IMPEACH OBAMA 53 Comments [9/21/2009 6:59:05 AM]
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DiscoBerry

"Mr. Obama you are wrong in saying that this is not a Christian country but a Islam country." Citation Please and WTF is an Islam country?

9/21/2009 7:03:08 AM

freako104

This is neither a Muslim country nor Christian. It is secular and there are Muslims in this country. There are Christians. And Pagans and Jews and atheists. Treaty of Tripoli and first amendment.

9/21/2009 7:06:13 AM

muters

People who have nothing to say but 'Hitler!', 'Socialism!' and 'You lie!' don't deserve to be listened to.

9/21/2009 7:08:04 AM

Dr. Shrinker

"This country was based on the one and only book that has kept this country together through some hard times and that would be the Bible and what it says."

You do realize the the first bible to be printed on American soil was not the KJV, but the Geneva bible, right? Of course, many people today use the NRSV. Then there is the Good news bible for people who find the KJV too...confusing. Those are just the version I've looked at, there are many more.

So what was this "one book" you were talking about?

9/21/2009 7:17:10 AM

Paschal Wagner

You're a very confused person. Please go away now.

9/21/2009 7:23:03 AM

John_in_Oz

No, he wasn't wrong. Go to where he actually said that, and see that in context he was absolutely right. Don't come back until you have that citation, y'hear?

9/21/2009 7:25:26 AM

Higgs Boson

Doesn't it show a distinct lack of personal conviction that you feel that you have to have your religion specifically endorsed by the state? Is that the only way you can feel validated in your beliefs?

Personally, and I imagine most people on this site would feel the same way, I would be horrified if the United States, or Britain - where I am from - or any country for that matter decided to adopt atheism as its official religious stance.

Rather than feeling vindicated in my beliefs, I would despise the fact that any government would presume to tell its people which religious view is most valid, and would feel especially bad for people like yourself anonymous, if that is indeed your real name, for whom I understand that would be a supreme insult.

Grow up, and realise that any nation that wishes to call itself civilised has to acknowledge the intellectual and spiritual autonomy of ALL its citizens, whether or not their worldview contains any supernatural or mystical elements, and that the only way to do this is to adopt a secular approach in which matters of the state have to be discussed and dealt with on the basis of our shared reality, rather than the reality that just belongs to you.

9/21/2009 7:33:42 AM



Nothing about him being the Antichrist, Hitler, or an illegal alien. Just a Muslim accusation.

I give it a meh on the fundie scale.

9/21/2009 7:35:23 AM

Anon-e-moose

"This country was based on the one and only book that has kept this country together through some hard times and that would be the Bible and what it says"

List! What is yon sound in the distance? Why, it's the sounds of bones hitting the sides of wood, as the venerable remains of messrs. Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Madison, Hamilton and Jay spin at ever increasing speeds at the continued claim by you fundies that the United States is a 'Christian' country (or of any religion). If they could, they'd say to you & your ilk just Four Words:

Treaty of Tripoli, BITCHES!

9/21/2009 7:35:46 AM

JohnTheAtheist

This is a secular country which happens to populated mostly by Christians, and unfortunately mostly by stupid Christians.

All together now "TREATY OF TRIPOLI, BITCHES".

9/21/2009 7:41:43 AM

EvoPagan

He never said that it was "a Islam" country. YOU either need to find another job or actually listen to his speeches rather than passing on whatever Pastor told you.

And for the love of your god, STOP RAPING ENGLISH.

9/21/2009 7:48:51 AM

Blackvoice

Islam is based in the upgraded version of your bible, why so tense?

9/21/2009 8:00:33 AM

Eden

When did Obama specifically say that the USA is an Islam country?
And nope, it isn´t a specific christian country either ;)

9/21/2009 8:09:22 AM

Dr. Novakaine

Ignorant person who doesn't understand that this is a secular country that is supposed to tolerate ALL spiritual beliefs. What a shock.

9/21/2009 8:09:46 AM

Xotan

Someone in America please explain to anonymous the meaning of elections, voting and democracy.

9/21/2009 8:10:53 AM

John

Obama never said this was an Islamic country. You just made that up.

The US is not a Christian country. That's why it has the First Amendment. And nothing in the structure of the government or US laws is based on the Bible.

Islam is based on the Bible, too.

Obama is listening to the American people. He just isn't listening to you and your minority of right-wing nutbags.

9/21/2009 8:15:59 AM

szaleniec

"This country needs change all right, it needs for you to either find another job or actually listen to the American people for once!"
Obama did listen to the American people. That's why he took office when he won the election.

9/21/2009 8:18:37 AM

Horsefeathers

"Mr. Obama you are wrong in saying that this is not a Christian country but a Islam country."

And when exactly did he say this? It's you stupid fuckers that are confused as to the secular nature of the country, not the President.

"This country was based on the one and only book that has kept this country together through some hard times and that would be the Bible and what it says."

Yeah? Then point to a single law that clearly derives from your precious book. No, saying "we have laws against murder and the Wholly Babble says murder is bad too" doesn't work. I want something that's not some sort of universal taboo.

If this country is based on your book, why don't we stone people for working on Sunday, or at the very least fine or imprison them? Why don't we enforce your religion? Why are other religions allowed at all? Your book is very explicit with regards to such things.

"This country needs change all right, it needs for you to either find another job or actually listen to the American people for once!"

He is, for the most part, listening to the American people. It was the last jackass that was completely deaf if the speaker wasn't Cheney or the voices in his head.

9/21/2009 8:46:40 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

A) Obama never said this was a Muslim country. He said it is a free country, and that includes freedom of/from religion.

B) This country is founded on freedom of religion, not the Bible.

C) The majority of the American people VOTED OBAMA IN AND STILL SUPPORT HIM.

9/21/2009 8:52:51 AM

RavenWood

President Obama never said this was an "Islam country." Liars go to hell, you know.

9/21/2009 9:02:17 AM

nutbunny

"this is not a Christian country but a Islam country"
Did he really say that? I've always imagined him to be more eloquent than that.

9/21/2009 9:19:42 AM



WTF when did Obama ever say that?

9/21/2009 9:24:31 AM

Zeus Almighty

Actually it likely was Thomas Paine's writings that held the American Revolution together in its darkest hour.
You know, Thomas Paine who thought Christianity and all religions were worthless, stupid and immoral. That Thomas Paine.
Now anonymous, don't you have something important to do like teabagging with your douchebag friends?
?lso, DIAF. Slowly.

9/21/2009 9:24:51 AM

aaa

What the fuck do you even know about United States?

9/21/2009 9:37:06 AM

Shadoboy


Obama laughs at your silly claims

9/21/2009 10:14:21 AM
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