A 2010 Harris Interactive poll found that the following percentage of Americans believed about President Obama that:
- He is a socialist (40%)
- He wants to take away Americans’ right to own guns (38%)
- He is a Muslim (32%)
- He wants to turn over the sovereignty of the United States to a one world government (29%)
- He was not born in the United States and so is not eligible to be president (25%)
- He may be the Anti-Christ (14%)
- He wants the terrorists to win (13%)
These beliefs split clearly along partisan lines. Republicans believed the following about President Obama:
- He is a socialist (67%)
- He wants to take away Americans’ right to own guns (61%)
- He is a Muslim (57%)
- He wants to turn over the sovereignty of the United States to a one world government (51%)
- He was not born in the United States and so is not eligible to be president (45%)
- He may be the Anti-Christ (24%)
- He wants the terrorists to win (22%)
5. Two Swearing-In Ceremonies
The Constitution requires that new presidents be sworn in on Jan. 20, but that falls on a Sunday this year. It’s long been deemed inappropriate to host a showy inauguration ceremony on the Sabbath, so that means Obama gets to take the oath of office twice: he’ll be sworn in in a private ceremony at the White House on the 20th, and will take part in a big public ceremony at the Capitol on the 21st. The last president to take two oaths in this way? Ronald Reagan, in 1985.
Barack Obama: I am told that the last three speakers here have been the Pope, Her Majesty the Queen and Nelson Mandela; which is either a very high bar, or the beginning of a very funny joke.
America this one is a keeper okay
I don’t know whether Barack Obama was born in the United States of America. But I do know this, that in his heart, he’s not an American. He’s just not an American.
No, you can’t deny women their basic rights and pretend it’s about your ‘religious freedom.’ If you don’t like birth control, don’t use it. Religious freedom doesn’t mean you can force others to live by your own beliefs.