[Watch] Obama: America Founded By Muslims Who Unlocked Secrets of the Universe

Posted by: Rick Wells Posted date: September 12, 2013 In: Blog Posts, News, Videos

In light of Barry Hussein Obama’s recent positions on Syria and Middle East affairs in general, I thought it might be interesting to reflect upon his comments in July of this year when he hosted Muslim leaders at the White House. After all, having a delusional president occupying the White House is something we should all be aware of.

Hussein Obama read from an historic fairy tale compilation as he hosted his fifth Ramadan celebration in the White House. Of course, Hussein has maintained that he is a Christian since his childhood days as a Muslim in Pakistan. Another of the many airport lounge conversions, maybe. Regardless, with his track record, there is absolutely no reason to suspect he is anything but 100% truthful in everything he does. Having established that I totally believe anything Hussein obama tells us, there remain some curiosities in his message at the festive White House occasion.
In his prepared remarks, Hussein obama quotes from the Koran, saying “whoever does an atom’s weight of good will see its results.” Well, I’ve never read a Koran, and I can’t find that quote anywhere except in excerpts from his speech. Then again, if Hussein obama says it’s there I must believe it. This is very impressive. In a time before electricity, and probably before electron microscopes, the writers of the Koran were aware of the atomic structure of matter. I’m impressed. The only possible explanation is divine providence.
Hussein continued, “Throughout our history, Islam has contributed to the character of our country, and Muslim-Americans, and their good works, have helped to build our nation – and we’ve seen the results.
Now hold on a minute. I took a lot of history in school and I’ve read and studied a whole lot since I got out of school. I can’t recall ever seeing even a single one of those contributions to the nation, either in character, construction or their good works. In fact, until recently, you rarely heard the word Muslim in conversation or in print in America. I actually can’t say as I’ve seen any of the results we’ve supposedly all seen.
Hussein continued, “We’ve seen those results in generations of Muslim immigrants – farmers and factory workers, helping to lay the railroads and build our cities, the Muslim innovators who helped build some of our highest skyscrapers and who helped unlock the secrets of our universe.”
What? Generations of contributions to the most important parts of our growth and it was completely left out of all of the history books? Please Barry, give us the names of the deserving Muslim innovators so we can give them the proper recognition they have been denied. We especially should acknowledge the ones who unlocked the secrets of the universe. They must be really pissed at having such an important achievement be totally snubbed.
But in the end, Barry Hussein got it right. “Every day, Muslim Americans are helping to shape the way that we think and the way that we work and the way that we do business. And that’s the spirit that we celebrate tonight – the dreamers, the creators whose ideas are pioneering new industries, creating new jobs and unleashing new opportunities for all of us.”

It is totally indisputable that we think now in terms we never used to. I think in terms of flying on a plane as “is there any way I can avoid making this trip so I don’t have to be fondled by TSA agents and put up with the nuisance of those pain in the a** security screenings?”

Jobs at TSA, DHS and NSA are exploding. Sorry, bad choice of words. I mean there are a lot of jobs in the protection and domestic and foreign surveillance industries. For sure these are new jobs that have been created by the Muslim influence in America. Celebrations might be a little over the top, though. So let’s give a tip of the turban to Barry Hussein. He was able to mince and dice his words, and provide flowery rhetoric to his invited guests. Whether he is honest or not does not really matter. We don’t expect honesty from him. In that regard, I was lying. That’s one for me, Mr. Hussein. You’re still way ahead.

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