Monday, September 14, 2015

Just "Misperceptions"
Regarding Zerobama's Faith, Birthplace


The low-budget news network CNN has conducted a poll of Americans, on whether they believe that controversial leader Barry hUSsain Zerobama is indeed a Muslim, as he has demonstrated on numerous occasions, or a Christian, and the location of his fatherless, bastard birth.

But the annoying thing about the following story from cnn(dot)com, is how the little authorette, Jennifer Agiesta, says that those of us who DO believe Zero's Muslim-ness, are under a "misperception".

LOL, like she knows Shinola from chocolate chunk pudding~.
She's just a weather vane, turning & spinning in the wind.

First, my opinion (since it's my blog), then Jenny's American attack-piece "news" story.

I would need more fingers and toes on me, just to count the number of times when the towel-head Zerobama has favored his religion's rights over any other, here in the U.S.; likewise, the weasel has taken steps in the past, most notably at Notre Dame and Georgetown Universities, to cover up Christian icons like a Cross, or busts of Jesus Christ, before he was to give some stupid lame speech.

His undying love for the religious regime in Iran, is another example; his support of al-Qaeda and ISIL, another.  

Bowing and scraping before the Saudi king, not once, not twice, but three times now~.

Barry is a Muslim, probably wishes that he and Mooch lived in the 9th century A.D.,  believing the sun sets in the west into a pool of mud, that the earth is a flat disk, and that Satan lives in his nose, ..., you get the correct perception.
Jennifer Agiesta cannot.

Here's what she copied/pasted this morning:

Washington (CNN)A new CNN/ORC poll finds that although misperceptions about Barack Obama's religious beliefs and background persist, they are not as widespread as some recent polling has suggested. Obama was born in Hawaii and is a Christian.

Overall, when asked "Where was Obama born, as far as you know?" 80% of adults said they believe Obama was born in the United States. The other 20% said that he was born outside the country, including 9% who believe there is solid evidence of that and 11% who say it is just their suspicion.

Misperceptions about Obama's religious beliefs are more common than those about his birth, particularly among Republicans. Overall, 29% of Americans say they think the President is a Muslim, including 43% of Republicans.

The findings suggest beliefs about Obama's birth are remarkably stable: When ABC News and the Washington Post asked this question in the same way in April 2010, 77% of adults said Obama was born in the United States, 20% said in another country, with just 9% saying there was solid evidence Obama was not born in the United States.

Although nearly three in 10 say they think Obama is a Muslim, a plurality of Americans say he is a Christian. Among all adults, 39% say they believe Obama is a Protestant or other Christian, 4% think he's Catholic, 2% Mormon, 1% Jewish and 1% something else. Another 11% say he's not religious, and 14% that they just don't know.

CNN viewers:  What a knowledgable crowd...   you understand.

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