This is one of those WND article's I have mixed thoughts on, in that the article needs better support and layout.
In fairness to Mr. Obama, his speech was designed to "reach out" to the Muslims he was addressing, so it is only natural Mr. Obama would use wording or phrases, Muslims would relate too. I would expect other Presidents would do the same if they were trying first with diplomacy.
As for picking wording or phrases that also have a call for Jihad, aggression, or violent meaning/passages associated with them; well you kind of have to expect (not accept
) "good" with the "bad" when dealing with the "Religion of Peace", since it was created by a human War-Lord.
Overall, this is the real issue to me about Mr. Obama:
Originally Posted by article
The speech, in which Obama referenced his Islamic experiences as a child in Indonesia and the Muslim faith of his paternal family, was a major departure from the tone of his campaign last year, when Obama and his team emphasized the then-candidate's stated Christian faith.
This points to why Mr. Obama simply can not be trusted. When it is in his political favor he is for ______ . When it is against his political favor he is for the opposite of _______.