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Obama and the Illuminati

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« on: September 03, 2008, 11:58:33 AM »

Um, ja. Some comic relief...  Roll Eyes

Obama is not a muslim. The real story is much more sinister.
Loyal readers of course see what I’m alluding to: Obama’s rank within this sect [illuminati], while not enough to qualify him as chief pilot, would most likely make him weapon officer. That is to say, while the entire conspiracy is responsible for the 45,000 that died in new york that day, Obama was likely the man who literally pushed the button. The time for revenge and exposure of the man’s shadowy machinations has come.
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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2008, 19:38:27 PM »

Ouch.  Why is there never a convenient brick wall around when one needs it?  Also, I wonder when the conspiracy woo-woos will come out with their observations on the similarities between Osama and Obama and the reversal of the O and the B in the initials of those two luminaries.

On a related note, Barack Obama provides “answers to the top 14 science questions facing America.”

An acquaintance who has worked in US diplomatic circles for almost three decades is of the opinion that the US’s voting majority is still too conservative to elect a non-white and/or female President.  If this proves out, we’re probably in for at least another four years of Republican nonsense like “equal time for evolution and creationism,” “abstinence-based sex education,” and “pro-life” resistance to stem cell research and abortion.  What might just put the electorate into a quandary is John McCain’s one-time declaration of belief in evolution.

Interesting times we’re facing.

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