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Obama is playing an equal opportunity black punk but in actuality, Obama is working for the Muslim cause to destroy the west and control the world.

If you don't believe it, explain Arab Spring's results:

Libya gov't overthrown, for Radical Islam

Egypt gov't overthrown, Muslim Brotherhood already in control

Iraq: US Troops out as things were being controlled. US Press is not reporting the terrorist attacks in Iraq.

Syria: Once Obama and his allies overthrow the gov't, radical Islam will muscle it's way to the top just like in Egypt.

Obama, screwing up everything he touches. You may understand that, but you probably don't even suspect nor will you believe he is a Muslim terrorist playing President.

politicianslie, Freerepublic 21 Comments [9/16/2012 8:59:11 AM]
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Leighton Buzzard

What was he supposed to do, occupy them all?

9/16/2012 9:16:01 AM

Filin De Blanc

I could just as easily accuse Bush of being a secret Muslim terrorist, what with his close ties to Saudi Arabia, the fact that unlike Obama, he didn't find Bin Laden in 8 years and his general damaging of the US economy. But I guess that's all okay because he's white.

9/16/2012 9:34:34 AM

Zagen30

Contrary to your narcissistic belief, the US is not the absolute center of the universe, and should not be dictating how the rest of the world behaves. I do recognize that the US has often tried and still tries to control world affairs, but that doesn't mean it's right. And I'm a US citizen, but one who's capable of disagreeing with the whole idea of American exceptionalism (I think there's a number of things that make America great, or at least give it the potential to be great, but I don't think we're the absolute pinnacle of human achievement and we certainly don't have some divine right to control everything).

I don't entirely love the idea of rather fundamentalist Muslim groups in control of these countries, but I do accept that they were chosen by the people, and in many ways it's probably a better situation than the dictators that the US picked to run them. Bottom line, it's their country, so it should be their choice.

9/16/2012 9:50:59 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

L M F A O!


9/16/2012 10:29:54 AM

Skyknight

@Leighton: Considering the source, that's probably *exactly* what he thinks should happen. Probably not relenting until Islam is fully driven out.

9/16/2012 12:41:19 PM

farpadokly

What this guy is doing is thinking that the American president has much power than he actually has.
The US president does have a lot of power, but he doesn't control every thing that happens in every country.

9/16/2012 1:56:53 PM

Ebon

He's not a fucking Muslim and he's been killing off terrorists left and right.

9/16/2012 2:32:46 PM

cdcdrr

Allow me to refute your assumptions one country at a time.

Libya: Kadaffi was a military dictator whose opposition mainly came from conservative monarchist circles at the time of his coup, and has steadfastly stomped out fundamentalist enemies to his regime. The civil war and current government come from more liberal circles, which is opposed by radical islam.

Egypt: The Muslim Brotherhood is a conservative political sect, yet they have so far abided by the rules of democracy and international expectations. Their most dangeroes foe right now isn't America, it's the army which might want to institute a military junta in order to retain its power over the country as under Mubarak.

Iraq: Was dangerously unstable even when US soldiers were stationed in the country and tensions between the religious groups would have boiled over regardless of how many years the US kept its forces there. Their government is holding grudges and seeking retribution against the Sunnis favoured by Saddam Hussein. There is no way the US military could have removed this problem without inviting disaster and condemnation. The previous administration should have thought twice about trusting Shia politicians with a chip on their shoulder.

Syria: The country is predominantly Shiite Islam, the Muslim Brotherhood is Sunni. Ignoring this false comparison, the Syrian rebels have little in common with fundamentalists because the Iranian government, which is nothing if not conservative, is strongly backing dictator Assad. Sunni terrorists from al-Qaida see all Shiite muslims as heretics so they aren't popular among Syrians. The US government intervening in Syria would only negate Iranian fundamentalist influence in the country and leave, at worst, a power vacuum which only the progressive rebel factions are able to fill.


9/16/2012 5:03:23 PM

Christopher

@cdcdrr: Syria is 74% Sunni, 13% Shia (lumping together the Alawis who are in power with non-Alawi Shia), 10% Christian, and the 3% Druze. So a shift to majority rule will definitely increase Sunni power. The only Shiite-majority countries in the modern world are Iraq, Iran, Azerbaijan, and Bahrain - off the top of my head, I don't know if any others have a Shiite plurality, but Syria is definitely not one of them.

9/17/2012 1:07:18 AM

cdcdrr

@Christopher: Hmm, I could have sworn it was Shiite. But there is still no comparison to Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood. And regardless the Syrians aren't going to like a bunch of fanatics in their country exploiting the chaos.

9/17/2012 2:37:56 AM

Raised by Horses

(sigh)

Nothing gets through, does it? Nothing ever gets through to these people.

9/17/2012 3:49:21 AM

whatever

Trifecta!

9/17/2012 5:03:42 AM

Doubting Thomas

Yes, because killing Osama Bin Laden and nearly destroying Al Qaeda is really working for the Muslim cause.

9/17/2012 5:59:39 AM

fishtank

What's the bleeding point?

9/17/2012 6:47:47 AM

Dr. Razark

@Percy Q. Shunn

Isn't that guy kissing the Arab the one who made some sort of agreement that U.S. forces would be completely out of Iraq by December 31, 2011?

That four years in office sure has changed Obama, huh?

9/17/2012 9:11:59 AM

nazani14

How about the Bush administration's insistence upon democratic elections in Palestine? How'd that work out?

9/17/2012 11:42:22 AM

Oh My Dog!

Looks like I have to bring this out.


9/17/2012 3:28:58 PM

Papabear

"...you probably don't even suspect nor will you believe he is a Muslim terrorist playing President."

Even the dumbest fence post every once in a great while gets something right.

9/17/2012 5:51:54 PM



Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity

9/17/2012 10:21:29 PM

werewolf

You can't have it both ways, you moran! Either President Obama is successful in accomplishing the agenda you stated or he's screwing it up.

Moron.

9/17/2012 11:47:44 PM

The Anonymous

Obama's such a terrorist that he's killed more terrorist leaders than Bush was able to. Maybe Obama's terrorist group is a rival to al-Qaida that's so secret and covert we don't know about it yet?

9/30/2012 1:54:26 AM
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