Obama Offends Muslims with OBL Bragging?

If we’re so concerned about hurting the feelings of Muslims, why is Obama bragging that he killed Osama so often. That’s a fascinating question. Yeah, in fact, their campaign slogan is “GM’s Alive and Osama’s Dead,” or something like that. They’re ramming it down the throats of Islamists all over the world. In fact, in Egypt at the embassy yesterday, the protesters were all shouting, “We’re all Osamas, Obama. We’re all Osamas, Obama.” There are millions of Osamas, Obama. So we might even conclude, ladies and gentlemen, that if we’re gonna accept this notion that hurt feelings inspire terrorism, then maybe Obama is responsible for this, and ultimately maybe the blame falls to him. You think they watched the Democrat convention? You think they saw Plugs Biden up there going on and on about how Osama’s dead? This could be the Obama bounce. The media was looking for the Obama bounce, and we found it, the attack on our embassy in Cairo. The real Obama bounce.

On 9/11, in Egypt, these clowns show up, “We’re all Osamas, Obama. We’re all Osamas, Obama.” What does that mean? It means these people are ticked off. Obama’s been running around spiking the football saying Osama’s dead. That was one of the two primary reasons to reelect the guy at his own convention. Our embassy issues a statement apologizing for free speech rights of some preacher in this country and a movie maker, and it turns out that it’s Barack Obama that has ’em all ticked off because he’s the one bragging about killing their messiah, their leader. It is a heck of a good point. Obama could be to blame for this.



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