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There is no religious test for office in the United States.  In fact, '''''the [[U.S. Constitution]] prohibits such a test'''''.  So why the opposition to recognizing the likelihood that the American President is Muslim?
 
There is no religious test for office in the United States.  In fact, '''''the [[U.S. Constitution]] prohibits such a test'''''.  So why the opposition to recognizing the likelihood that the American President is Muslim?
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I agree that religion is not a qualifying test for holding the Presidency.  I do have an issue with people making false statements (or, at best, statements with a reckless disregard for the truth) about Obama's religion, when there are significant shortcomings in Obama's policy preferences that we Republicans can focus on.  But that's just my opinion.  Personally, I believe that Obama is a Christian, just as he says he is.  [[User:GregG|GregG]] 20:35, 3 January 2013 (EST)
  
 
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Some people are particularly opposed to the likelihood that Obama is a Muslim. Why?

There is no religious test for office in the United States. In fact, the U.S. Constitution prohibits such a test. So why the opposition to recognizing the likelihood that the American President is Muslim?

I agree that religion is not a qualifying test for holding the Presidency. I do have an issue with people making false statements (or, at best, statements with a reckless disregard for the truth) about Obama's religion, when there are significant shortcomings in Obama's policy preferences that we Republicans can focus on. But that's just my opinion. Personally, I believe that Obama is a Christian, just as he says he is. GregG 20:35, 3 January 2013 (EST)