Originally Posted by Hands Sandon
Look where the Rights venom has got the people of two Southern states-
"In the midst of tight GOP primaries in both states, Public Policy Polling (PPP) has released information showing that a majority of likely GOP primary voters in the Deep South do not see Obama as a Christian. PPP's Alabama survey of 600 likely GOP primary voters found that only 14 percent consider Obama a Christian, while 45 percent said he is a Muslim and 41 percent answered that they were not sure.
A similar picture surfaced in Mississippi. Of 656 likely GOP primary voters surveyed, 12 percent said Obama was a Christian, 52 percent classified him as a Muslim, and 36 percent fell in the "not sure" category."
I don't see how this makes the Right "unpatriotic liars." They were asked their opinion, and they gave it. Are you claiming they lied to the pollsters? How does believing Obama is a Muslim or not being sure of his faith make one unpatriotic? Of course, it doesn't. It might make one wrong, uninformed
, etc. That's about all.
Also, I'm not sure why these polls surprise you exactly. You and the rest of criminal, liberal media love to pretend that there is no good reason whatsoever to question the President's faith. Any question on the matter is called racism or the rantings of someone deranged. The fact is that many people simply don't buy his story, and perhaps for good reason. He did attend a Mosque regularly with his father when he lived in Indonesia. He did attend two Muslim primary schools. He has openly stated that he found his Christian faith "later in life." In adulthood, he was a member of Rev. Wright's church, which itself was founded on the doctrine of Black Liberation Theology. Obama also misspoke on on occasion as President, referring to "my Muslim faith."
If one puts this together, it's really not hard to understand why people question his faith, even if they are simply "not sure." It's also not hard to understand why much of Christian America doesn't identify with him. Whether or not he's technically a "Christian," many just don't think he really embraces his faith. He uses it in public when it suits him, but is just as willing to mock people of faith
behind closed doors.
As for me, his faith is the least of my concerns. I'm simply worried about his disastrous polices.