Curator's note: this RW FWD: is an expanded version of this submission already in the archive.


Facts and observations here seem obvious and unarguable.

Where's Michelle?

Shep Smith, Fox News. If you check Obama's last trip overseas. His wife left just after their visit to France as stated below. She has yet to accompany him to any Arab country. Think about it.

Travel for Obama: I was at a Blockbusters renting videos, and as I was going along the wall, there was a video called "Obama". There were two men next to me. We talked about Obama. These guys were Arabs and I asked them why they thought Michele Obama headed home following her visit
in France instead of traveling on to Saudi Arabia and Turkey with her husband.

They told me she couldn't go to Saudi Arabia, Turkey or Iraq.
I said "Laura Bush went to Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Dubai." They said that Obama is a Muslim, and by Muslim law he would not be allowed to bring his wife into countries that accept Sharia Law. I just thought it was interesting that two Arabs at Blockbusters accept the idea that we're being led by a Muslim who follows the Islamic creed. They also said that's the reason he bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia signal to the Muslim world.

Just thought you would like to know.
When I received this it made sense to me, but there were also a couple blank spots. Thus, I sent it to a friend who is a Middle Eastern Scholar and expert, Dr. Jim Murk. Here is his explanation that states a little clearer what the Arabs at Blockbuster were saying.

"An orthodox Muslim man would never take his wife on a politically oriented trip to any nation which practices shari'ah law, which includes Saudi Arabia. This is true and it is why Obama left Michelle in Europe or at home when he went to especially Arab countries. He knows Muslim protocol; this included his bowing to the Saudi king.

Obama is regarded as a Muslim in these countries simply because he was born to a Muslim father. Note that he has downplayed his Christianity--even spoke of his Muslim faith with George Stephanopoulus -- by not publicly joining a Christian church in D.C., but simply attending the chapel or services at Camp David. He also played down the fact that the USA was a Christian country and said, unbelievably, that it was one of the largest Muslim nations in the world, which is nonsense.

He has also publicly taken the part of the Palestinians in the conflict with Israel. Finally he ignored the National Day of Prayer. He is bad news! He is God's judgment on America."
Jim Murk


Anonymous said...

He also played down the fact that the USA was a Christian country

oh, you mean THIS fact from the Treaty of Tripoli 1796-1797?

Art. 11. As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquillity, of Mussulmen; and, as the said States never entered into any war, or act of hostility against any Mahometan nation, it is declared by the parties, that no pretext arising from religious opinions, shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.

gruaud said...

Media Matters (the website that drives Bill
O'Reilly even more apoplectic) than usual)
breaks it all down.


Marc with a C said...

This is an oldie. Because nothing can reveal the most deeply held thoughts and beliefs of a public personality like what two Arab guys at Blockbuster think.

ferschitz said...

We've seen this nonsense before, and it's all a lie. What a surprise.

It's ironic, isn't it, that rightwingers who appear to be intensely afraid of Muslims & Arabs, and other dusky-skinned Middle Eastern types, are all for totally believing 2 random Middle Eastern dudes in the Blockbuster.

When I need information, rather than going online or to the Library, I just head straight to the Blockbuster and begin questioning random Middle Easterners there. Yeah: that's the ticket. And whatever these strangers say to me must be completely true, and I certainly cannot be bothered to double-check what they've told me.

Works like a charm!

We could probably save a lot of tax dollars, if we just sent our children to the Blockbuster, rather than to school. It'll keep folks from the Middle East busy and out of trouble, too!

Hooray4US said...

I always seek info from people in line at stores, don't you?

What nonsense. All it needs is some B movie background creepy music indicating that NOW something really bad or meaningful is happening.

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