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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

*** BLASPHEMY BY OBAMA! Cynical Use of Holy Site As Campaign Prop

Another great post. Thanks, A.M.. This shows the DECEPTIVE character of this base Schwartze Muslim who PRETENDS to be religious, but is nothing but SCUM !  DS

I've received numerous comments about BHMO's "private note to the Lord" at the Western Wall.
This appears to be the "last word" on the matter from a reputable Middle East News source.
PLEASE FORWARD to those who admire BHMO's phoney "humble sincerity."
(I wonder whether the fawning, pro-Obama, American Press will dare print this?)  A.M.
   IRIS.Org.Il  -- 7/29/08

On Sunday I detailed to one friend and newspaper
columnist how I was nearly certain that the private,
humble, pious note of Barack Obama to God was a cynical
publicity stunt. I didn't publish it here because I,
too, am guilty of trying to appear "moderate" and
maintain my credibility. I also thought that further
publicizing the story would be counterproductive, by
repeating the chillul Hashem [blasphemous defamation]
that a Jewish student and an Israeli newspaper allegedly
violated Obama's sacred privacy.

My reasoning was simple: who leaves a private note to
God trailed by a phalanx of people, on King David Hotel
stationery? That makes it identifiable as genuinely his
to anyone skeptical of the note's authenticity.

Here is the official statement to that effect by the
newspaper, Maariv:

  Obama's note was published in Maariv and other
  international publications following his (Obama's)
  authorization to make the content of the note public.
  Obama submitted a copy of the note to media outlets
  when he left his hotel in Jerusalem.

What is despicable is that Obama allowed a "yeshiva
student" and an Israeli newspaper to be painted as
villains for days in the international media rather
than admitting that he himself encouraged its

For months there have been credible stories of how
Obama has thrown a parade of people close to him under
the bus, including his own grandmother ("a typical
white person" with fear of blacks).

Now we see that Obama can't even have talk to God
without using Him for a publicity stunt.

Here is the article about the incident prior to the
concrete confirmation from Maariv:

  What initially seemed to be a journalistic scoop of
  dubious moral propriety now seems to be a case of an
  Israeli paper being played by the Barack Obama
  campaign. Maariv, the second most popular newspaper
  in Israel, was roundly criticized for publishing the
  note Obama left in the Kotel. But now a Maariv
  spokesperson says that publication of the note was
  pre-approved for international publication by the
  Obama campaign, leading to the conclusion that the
  "private" prayer was intentionally leaked for public

  If the Maariv statement about pre-approval of
  publication of the note is true, it would mean that
  the Obama campaign had managed the event brilliantly,
  if deceptively, getting the double benefit of
  appearing to be victimized by the invasive Israeli
  press and prayer-thieving Jew while at the same time
  leaking out his humble Christian plea to the Lord.

  Already by the weekend, a (relatively) slick video
  appeared on YouTube that blended Obama's Western Wall
  prayer with various church scenes, crosses aplenty,
  a dove of peace, and a soundtrack based on Amazing

  The video closes with a "vote" button and an
  invitation to visit the official campaign website.

  Revelation of this latest Obama collaboration with
  the media might detract a bit from the perceived
  sincerity of the prayer and strike some as an
  especially cynical use of the Kotel [Western Wall]
  and an obstensibly private prayer to the Deity as a
  campaign prop.

Remember, the complete stories and much more can be
found by visiting the IRIS blog at:


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