Jul 30 2012
Los Angeles Slimes says, “If you think Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim, then you are too stupid to vote”
Well, I guess they think 1.5 billion Muslims are stupid too, because under Islamic law, the child must take the religion of the father, and apostasy is punishable by death. The reason there has been no call for Obama’s head as an apostate, is because Muslims know he is only pretending to be a Christian, which Islam sanctions when it’s done for jihad.
LA TIMES Forget voter ID laws. What this country needs are laws to keep stupid people from voting.
Now, I’m not talking about folks who can’t recite the preamble to the Constitution, or who can’t tell you what the 1st Amendment covers, or how many Supreme Court justices there are. I’ll even exempt those poor souls who don’t know who the first president was, or can’t name the two houses of Congress, or don’t know the name of their representative.
But, if you were to show up at the polls in November, and the poll worker were to ask you “Is President Obama a Muslim or a Christian?” and you answered “Muslim,” then — bzzzzzt — you’d be automatically disqualified from voting, on the grounds you’re just too dumb.
ABC News Three and a half years into President Obama’s first term as president, half of Americans cannot accurately say what religion he is, according to a poll released this week.
Nearly one in three Republicans said Obama was Muslim, twice as many as in 2008, the Pew study shows.
Unfortunately there has been a development of a bizarre echo chamber within right wing of the political spectrum that truth and reality have failed to penetrate,” said Ibrahim ‘Dougie’ Hooper, communications director at terror-linked CAIR Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations. “It’s a self-perpetuating, self-reinforcing delusion.”
But this seemingly large lack of basic knowledge about the president may have more to do with people’s low opinion of Obama than how much they know about religious beliefs, said Alan Cooperman, associate director for research at the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.