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Posted on 02/21/2012 4:31:46 PM PST by sydneysider
Obama: Man of the World Washington The conventional wisdom about Barack Obama is that he's smart and charismatic but so inexperienced that we should should feel jittery about him in the Oval Office.
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I must disagree....I believe the most pretty sound is going to be when Obammy and the First Wookie, are told they lost the election, and they need to prepare to vacate the White House!
A little Helen, a little muslim prayer sounds at sunset...life don't get no better dendat!
Thanks but I prefer the sound of cranes turkeys and geese on a summer evening. I’m also fortunate enough to hear a simple church bell on sunday mornings.
“Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset. “
Then he must adore the sound of a chicken being slowly flattened by a steamroller.
More like a stench in the ear.
The only thing uglier is that sound of the ualala (sp?). UGH!!!!! Do they have Pretty music like Frank Sinatra or Edie Gorme? NO?? They have UGLY music. ALL you need to know about a copuntry is in their music.
The only thing uglier is that sound of the ualala (sp?). UGH!!!!! Do they have Pretty music like Frank Sinatra or Edie Gorme? NO?? They have UGLY music. ALL you need to know about a country is in their music.
A bone-chilling caterwauling is not a pretty sound.
Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.
Someone on FR described it as the sound of someone trying to pass a kidney stone.
IMO the most beautiful sound in the world is when your first born comes into life healthy and crying, but of course Obama would rather suck it’s brains out before birth.
Now she has to hear this crap and said, ``What the hell are you people doing electing a moslem? Don`t you know they want to kill you?!!``
When asked why do you believe O is not a Christian my answer is a true Christ follower could never, ever say that, even with a gun to
his or her head. Very simple.
He was raised on Islam—the rote memorization, head-bobbing and the whole 9 yards.
He had his political ticket punched by attending a `church’—run by an ingrate who condemned this country in his `sermons’ and since that time this sultan-like thing has delivered one fatwa and imperial pronouncement after another to various American groups, companies & organizations, since 2009, while his omniverous `wife’ has done everything she can do to further bankrupt us, while insulting us, speaking to us as if we were children.
He has rewarded and scraped before our enemies, and insulted/punished our friends; attacked, demoralized and decimated our military; and has stopped just short of actually going on prime time TV and declaring jihad against America.
And he’s made this statement before today: about loving the sound of the moorish call to moon worship, and still there are many—even here—who refuse to connect-the-dots .....
(Hey! Pssssssst, yeah you .... Guess what? He’s a M-U-S-L-I-M!)
“Im also fortunate enough to hear a simple church bell on Sunday mornings.”
Years ago I was living at an artillery range just south of the North Korean DMZ. The area looked just like that used in the opening scenes of the M*A*S*H TV show. To our West was a deep river gorge with a small building sitting on the far side.
Our first Sunday morning in camp we were treated to sound of church bells (albeit electronic ones) coming from that small building and playing “Rock of Ages”.
i remember after 9-11 during the memorial services they had pastors of different religions offer prayers
it was politically correct and many of the prayers seemed uncomfortably calculated...not very comforting
then an old man who was a leader of the Sikh religion was helped to the podium
and he sang a prayer in his own language...he didn’t care about giving a political message, wasn’t there for pr, he just put his heart and soul into his prayer and song, and it really communicated
eyes are moist thinking about it...i follow Jesus but i will always have a heart for the Sikhs since that day
I’d call that ruckus satanic yodelling.
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