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    ColleenC2
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    Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Now, I don't particularly like Obama, nor McCain for that matter, but I am soooo tired of whiners, Mr. Obama is already under a cloud of suspicion when it comes to his origins and faith. So now these two women are demanding an apology from Obama that they were not allowed to sit in front of the cameras.

    I'm tired of the entitlement attitude among people, winning a Presidential race is totally about perception, it is a game to see who can convince enough of the American people that they will make their lives better, that they will look good in the oval office, something the American people can be "proud" of. Once they convince enough people to vote for them and they get elected then the charade is over and they can get on with "their" original agenda and the agenda of those other people who have the money and power.

    So who do these women think they are that they have any right to upset Obama's attempt to present himself as the "best" candidate for the position. This is Obama race to win, (or McCain's which ever side of the fence one is on) not these two women who feel personally offended that some aide asked them to sit in front instead of behind Obama where the world will jump on this issue and the rumour mills will be in full force and potentially throw the election for him.

    Why can't people get a clue? It is not about them

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    TC
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    Now, I don't particularly like Obama, nor McCain for that matter, but I am soooo tired of whiners, Mr. Obama is already under a cloud of suspicion when it comes to his origins and faith. So now these two women are demanding an apology from Obama that they were not allowed to sit in front of the cameras.

    I'm tired of the entitlement attitude among people, winning a Presidential race is totally about perception, it is a game to see who can convince enough of the American people that they will make their lives better, that they will look good in the oval office, something the American people can be "proud" of. Once they convince enough people to vote for them and they get elected then the charade is over and they can get on with "their" original agenda and the agenda of those other people who have the money and power.

    So who do these women think they are that they have any right to upset Obama's attempt to present himself as the "best" candidate for the position. This is Obama race to win, (or McCain's which ever side of the fence one is on) not these two women who feel personally offended that some aide asked them to sit in front instead of behind Obama where the world will jump on this issue and the rumour mills will be in full force and potentially throw the election for him.

    Why can't people get a clue? It is not about them
    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

  3. #3
    ColleenC2
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

    ;D

    Maybe the women believed Obama was a Muslim

  4. #4
    TC
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

    ;D

    Maybe the women believed Obama was a Muslim
    No. They were just trouble makers.

  5. #5
    ColleenC2
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    They were just trouble makers.

    Interesting perspective, only I am not connecting the dots. ???

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    TC
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    They were just trouble makers.

    Interesting perspective, only I am not connecting the dots. ???
    Do you not think that by wearing their headgear right behind Obama they would provoke a troublesome situation for him?

  7. #7
    ColleenC2
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Do you not think that by wearing their headgear right behind Obama they would provoke a troublesome situation for him?

    I'm not sure what they were thinking, but if I speculate, I would have to say I think they thought Obama would approve of their support. I believe most muslims here in America do not realize just how cautious we are over their religion and practices.

    Intellectually we may know that the radicals are the ones that we need to be concerned with, however, the radical muslims have created a distrust of all muslims that I don't think we will ever get over, nor necessarily should get over.

    Maybe the two women were trying to push the envelope and it back fired on them

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    gail
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by TC
    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

    ;D

    Maybe the women believed Obama was a Muslim
    No. They were just trouble makers.
    And, you know this - - -how? ???

  9. #9
    TC
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by gail
    Quote Originally Posted by TC
    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

    ;D

    Maybe the women believed Obama was a Muslim
    No. They were just trouble makers.
    And, you know this - - -how? ???
    By the same means that you think you believe your religion.

  10. #10
    gail
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    Re: Muslim Women Rejected at Obama Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by TC
    Quote Originally Posted by gail
    Quote Originally Posted by TC
    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenC2
    I am just waiting for them to go and sit behind McCain.

    ;D

    Maybe the women believed Obama was a Muslim


    No. They were just trouble makers.
    And, you know this - - -how? ???
    By the same means that you think you believe your religion.
    Touche' :

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