Our Dark Overlord Uses America’s Thanksgiving Eve to Wish the Hajis Well

I think I’m going to hurl…

Gee, I sure am glad that Our Dark Overlord has repeatedly assured us that he is now a Christian, else one might be led to believe that he is still a Muslim.

BTW – Has Obama even picked a church, yet?

H/T – Gramfan:

On Thanksgiving eve, Obama issues special message to world’s Muslims on hajj
November 25, 2009 |  4:14 pm – LA Times Blog

Statement by the President on Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha, as provided by the White House

Michelle and I would like to send our best wishes to all those performing Hajj this year, and to Muslims in America and around the world who are celebrating Eid-ul-Adha. The rituals of Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha both serve as reminders of the shared Abrahamic roots of three of the world’s major religions.

During Hajj, the world’s largest and most diverse gathering, three million Muslims from all walks of life – including thousands of American Muslims – will stand in prayer on Mount Arafat. The following day, Muslims around the world will celebrate Eid-ul-Adha and distribute food to the less fortunate to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son out of obedience to God.

This year, I am pleased that the Department of Health and Human Services has partnered with the Saudi Health Ministry to prevent and limit the spread of H1N1 during Hajj. Cooperating on combating H1N1 is one of the ways we are implementing my administration’s commitment to partnership in areas of mutual interest.

On behalf of the American people, we would like to extend our greetings during this Hajj season – Eid Mubarak.   ###

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12 Comments on “Our Dark Overlord Uses America’s Thanksgiving Eve to Wish the Hajis Well”

  1. Ronin Says:

    I also have a special message.

    Remember millions of other minions trapped in the crowd have releaved themselves where you will bow your head. Mecca is one big toilet, enjoy the cool breeze. Leave a little something for your own childs trip.

  2. islams not for me Says:

    Wheres a stampede when ya need one…

  3. Mullah Lodabullah Says:

    “… shared Abrahamic roots …”

    Another one pushing this canard.

  4. Leatherneck Says:

    I have a message for them too. Screw you, you bunch of pagan moon god worshiping POS. I hope to see you soon.


  5. Bob Says:

    Let’s see if a similar friendly greeting is extended toward our Christian brothers and sisters at Christmas.

    Was thinkin’ about how appropriate would it be if the Mossad had packed that large square structure in that stadium with ammonium sulfate and diesel fuel.
    Send ’em all to Hajj heaven!

  6. Poopyhead Says:

    In future, the word obsequious will be defined by a picture of the Big O.

    Clueless, clueless, clueless!

    I do not wish the hajis well, but I do wish everyone here a Happy Thanksgiving.

    • Gramfan Says:

      Silly me,,so caught up with other things.So much happening in OZ politics.

      Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends in the US 🙂
      Many blessings!

      • Mab Says:

        Exactly Gramfan!

        Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! That is what we AMERICANS say. >>>HAPPY THANKSGIVING<<<

        Did our Islamist in Chief even wish us one? If so, I must have missed it.

        • Actually, it was quite interesting:

          President Barack Obama’s Thanksgiving Day proclamation, as released by the White House:

          What began as a harvest celebration between European settlers and indigenous communities nearly four centuries ago has become our cherished tradition of Thanksgiving. This day’s roots are intertwined with those of our nation, and its history traces the American narrative.

          Today, we recall President George Washington, who proclaimed our first national day of public thanksgiving to be observed “by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of Almighty God,” and President Abraham Lincoln, who established our annual Thanksgiving Day to help mend a fractured nation in the midst of civil war. We also recognize the contributions of Native Americans, who helped the early colonists survive their first harsh winter and continue to strengthen our nation. From our earliest days of independence, and in times of tragedy and triumph, Americans have come together to celebrate Thanksgiving.

          As Americans, we hail from every part of the world. While we observe traditions from every culture, Thanksgiving Day is a unique national tradition we all share. Its spirit binds us together as one people, each of us thankful for our common blessings.

          As we gather once again among loved ones, let us also reach out to our neighbors and fellow citizens in need of a helping hand. This is a time for us to renew our bonds with one another, and we can fulfill that commitment by serving our communities and our nation throughout the year. In doing so, we pay tribute to our country’s men and women in uniform who set an example of service that inspires us all. Let us be guided by the legacy of those who have fought for the freedoms for which we give thanks, and be worthy heirs to the noble tradition of goodwill shown on this day.

          Now, therefore, I, Barack Obama, president of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Thursday, Nov. 26, 2009, as a National Day of Thanksgiving. I encourage all the people of the United States to come together, whether in our homes, places of worship, community centers, or any place where family, friends and neighbors may gather, with gratitude for all we have received in the past year, to express appreciation to those whose lives enrich our own and to share our bounty with others.

          In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 20th day of November, in the year of our Lord 2009, and of the independence of the United States of America the 234th (year).

          _ Barack Obama

  7. PB-in-AL Says:

    look! it’s a picture of obama’s pet rock.

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