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Supporters of Obama have suggested that Obama was talking about a false allegation of Obama's "Muslim faith," but that still does not explain his comfortable use of the phrase.
 
Supporters of Obama have suggested that Obama was talking about a false allegation of Obama's "Muslim faith," but that still does not explain his comfortable use of the phrase.
A Christian is not likely to refer to "my Muslim faith,"{{fact}} and Obama's comfortable use of the phrase "my Muslim faith" suggests he is a Muslim rather than a Christian.
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A Christian is not likely to refer to "my Muslim faith," and Obama's comfortable use of the phrase "my Muslim faith" suggests he is a Muslim rather than a Christian.
  
 
The ''[[Washington Times]]'', founded by [[ecumenical]] religious leader [[Rev. Moon]], said the phrase was a slip of the tongue.<ref>[http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/sep/07/obama-verbal-slip-fuels-his-critics/ Obama's verbal slip fuels his critics] Sunday, September 7, 2008 </ref>
 
The ''[[Washington Times]]'', founded by [[ecumenical]] religious leader [[Rev. Moon]], said the phrase was a slip of the tongue.<ref>[http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/sep/07/obama-verbal-slip-fuels-his-critics/ Obama's verbal slip fuels his critics] Sunday, September 7, 2008 </ref>

Revision as of 04:14, 4 December 2008

The words "my Muslim faith" were uttered by Barack Obama in an ABC News interview, excerpted on YouTube.[1]

  • Obama: Let's not play games. What I was suggesting - you're absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith, and you're absolutely right that that has not come at my ...
  • Interviewer: [breaking in] Christian faith
  • Obama: [stuttering] ma - my Christian faith ... and what I am saying is that he hasn't suggested that I'm a Muslim ...
  • Interviewer: [speaking over] the connection, right
  • Obama: ... and I think that his campaign upper echelons have not either. What I think is fair to say is that coming out of the Republican camp there have been efforts to suggest that perhaps I'm not who I say I am when it comes to my faith, something that I find deeply offensive and that has been going on for a pretty long ... [end of clip]

Supporters of Obama have suggested that Obama was talking about a false allegation of Obama's "Muslim faith," but that still does not explain his comfortable use of the phrase. A Christian is not likely to refer to "my Muslim faith," and Obama's comfortable use of the phrase "my Muslim faith" suggests he is a Muslim rather than a Christian.

The Washington Times, founded by ecumenical religious leader Rev. Moon, said the phrase was a slip of the tongue.[2]

See also

References

  1. ABC News interview
  2. Obama's verbal slip fuels his critics Sunday, September 7, 2008