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Osama speaks before Obama

Original post made by Stop Apologizing on Jun 3, 2009

The WHITE HOUSE said that Al-Qaeda was trying to distract the Muslim world from President Barack Obama's "historic" outreach effort, with the release of a new Osama bin Laden tape.

awahhhh ......what happened?

The terrorist are not interested in happy talk?

What, you can't impress them with your smile?

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Next week BHO will tell OBL we all sorry.

Comments (2)

Posted by Paul, a resident of Downtown North
on Jun 3, 2009 at 4:51 pm

Looks like Obama's got bin Laden a lot more worried than Bush ever did.

Posted by Sharon, a resident of Midtown
on Jun 3, 2009 at 6:13 pm

On the NPR news hour TV report Obama has grown a mustache for his visit to the Arab world.
What does this mean?

His chin is clean shaven but he is growing a mustache, if it works-- go for it-- I would wear a stick on mustache if it reduced the price of oil and deterred bombings of USA people.

Lieberman and Barak are contradicting themselves on whether they will bomb Iran.
What is going on?

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