Gaffe-o-Meter: Ooops … Barack Obama, “My Muslim Faith”


“My Muslim Faith …”

Ooops. Imagine if a Republican made such a blunder? What’s his excuse this time, he was tired and exhausted after staying up all night reading all the positive poll numbers for John McCain? Exactly how many gaffes is the “Chosen One” allowed to make before he is considered a verbal liability? I thought Obama was supposed to be a verbal linguistic mistro who could weave a tapestry of words with the best of ‘em … NOT!!!

Once again Obama has no teleprompter and makes another colossal screw up. Barack Obama has done it to himself this time when it comes to people questioning his religious beliefs. It was not the RIGHT that is claiming that Obama is a Muslim … it was Barack Obama himself during a Sunday talk show interview with George Stephanopoulos making the comment, My Muslin Faith”. Wasn’t it nice of the liberal MSM to once again come to Obama’s aid and correct his gaffe? What would Obama do without the MSM carrying his water and covering up his gaffes?

Barack Obama says … “My Muslim Faith”

Asked about whether McCain himself has done anything to suggest he’s Muslim, Obama said, “Let’s not play games. What I was suggesting — you’re absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith. And you’re absolutely right that that has not come…”

“Christian faith,” Stephanopoulos interrupted, correcting Obama.

“… my Christian faith. Well, what I’m saying is that he hasn’t suggested that I’m a Muslim.

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    43 Responses to “Gaffe-o-Meter: Ooops … Barack Obama, “My Muslim Faith””

    1. Sandra on September 8th, 2008 8:38 pm

      Wow!I cannot believe he misspoke!The Honorable John McCain has NEVER made a verbal gaffe and NEVER will.He may be 72 years old but he is always sharp and it never seems like he is lost or forgot what he was talking about 2 minutes earlier.Anoher VALID reason to vote for McCain.He is a Muslim.I knew it all along.

    2. Maggie on September 8th, 2008 8:38 pm


    3. Scared Monkeys on September 8th, 2008 8:40 pm

      Are you kidding me? How stupid could someone possibly be?

      These screw up regarding Muslim faith are making the “e” in potato look downright intelligent.

      I would have love to have seen his handlers face of camera when Obama uttered those words.

    4. Scared Monkeys on September 8th, 2008 9:14 pm

      I wish I could git me one of dem Harvard educations like Barack.

      Obama has ZERO experience and no track record. He was always praised as being a great orator on the level of Reagan.

      NOT EVEN CLOSE. OBAMA is a made for TV infromercial who without a script is useless.

    5. yoyo muffintop on September 8th, 2008 9:35 pm

      Insults and vitriol…typical Republican.

      4 more years of George Bush – Vote McCain/Palin.

    6. Sandra on September 8th, 2008 9:47 pm

      I’m still just in disbelief over this. It’s just not possible for any thinking person to want more of what we’ve lived for the last 8 years. Phony motivations for war? Political manipulations of the justice department? A crashing economy? Rapidly increasing foreign debt? We’re moving quickly from George W Bush’s America to George Orwell’s, and those of you that are voting for the McCain Palin ticket are applauding the direction we’re heading in. It’s simply not possible to explain it any other way. This is a ticket that not only offers more of the same, but worse. Do all of you want to live in the first industrialized power to become a failed economic state? Does your need to see America’s posturing as a boost to your own egos and a reflection of your fears extend so far? Are you willing to see the greatest country in the history of the world fail, just so you won’t have to admit you’re wrong?

      I just don’t understand how anyone can see this as a good thing; I just don’t understand how anyone can want more of this; I just don’t understand how anyone can see a vote for McCain-Palin as anything other than that.

    7. minnesota dad on September 8th, 2008 9:51 pm

      Obviously another terrible slip (freudian perhaps?).

      While I fully understand he screwed up here, it is kinda bizarre when you pair it with the “57 states” comment about a month ago. There are 57 Islamic states in the world……maybe this guy is freudian???

      Its time to stick a fork in this one. He is imploding, his shills are imploding, the media has been called out and now are going to have to stop playing softball with him and start asking him the difficult questions regarding Ayers, Rezko, and his volunteer work/community organizing for ACORN. I don’t see things getting brighter from here on out for Obama.

      He’s played the race card with the Clintons and 2-3 times already against McCain. Americans can see through the smoke.


    8. Scared Monkeys on September 8th, 2008 9:58 pm

      #5 ,,, it was no Republican who made the stupid comment … take your head out of your butt and listen.

      Imagine if GWB made such a comment the glee you would have,

      Who knew English was Obama’s second language too.

    9. Scared Monkeys on September 8th, 2008 9:59 pm

      # 6 … don’t be mad.

      It’s Palin Power … Catch It!!!

    10. yoyo muffintop on September 8th, 2008 10:18 pm

      #4: “I wish I could git me one of dem Harvard educations like Barack.”

      Ebonics? Really?

      SM: Asshole! keep up the racist comments and you will have your A$$ booted off this site once and for all.

      Its not Ebonics you moron … its “hick” … red neck if you will. You think “git” is Ebonics you fool? Hardly. Yoyo, please go crawl back under a rock. Trust me … one more time with the racist accusations and you will; be banned for life from this site.

    11. Pat in Alabama on September 8th, 2008 11:16 pm

      #6 Sandra

      Every four years we get to watch this mess. I find it sad how little the majority of the people in this country understand about how our government works. The politicians on all sides know this and try hard to paint their oponents as responsible for all the evils in the world.

      The fact of the matter is that the Legislative branch of our government is primarily responsible for the way things are going (especially the economy), not the Executive branch. Most people either don’t know that or don’t even know the difference. Things would be the same whether the president were Democrat, Republican or Libritarian. The President can only recommend policy and exercise veto power, he cannot pass legislation! He may try to influence policy, but mostly gives speeches, meets foreign dignitaries and acts as a figurehead, etc. He does command the military (within the budget set by Congress) and has great influence on foreign policy, but CONGRESS passes the laws.

      Ironically Obama, Biden and McCain have far more to do with the mess our economy is in than the President. And all this back and forth rhetoric, whether it be from the candidates or supporters isn’t doing a thing to solve our problems. Why don’t people get this excited about calling their congressman to get something fixed? Lets hear some specifics from the candidates about HOW they will steer the country and work with both parties to get laws passed. All this rhetoric is about the same mentality as cage fighting.

      And before someone says “but look at how much better things were under Clinton”: yes, the economy was better, at least until the .com bubble burst. It was also better under Regan, and terrible under Carter. The economy has always run in cycles and always will, for reasons that fill up libraries. Somehow we forget that too on our way to the fight.

    12. yoyo muffintop on September 8th, 2008 11:31 pm

      Palin on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: “They’ve gotten too big and too expensive to the taxpayers. The McCain-Palin administration will make them smaller and smarter and more effective for homeowners who need help.”

      Now that’s a serious gaffe!

      Palin’s above statement underscores a fundamental lack of knowledge about how these two privately owned companies function as a major part of the US Economy.

      I don’t know about anybody else but I’m slightly bothered by the fact that Palin doesn’t understand how these two institutions work.

      McCain/Palin = 4 more years of Bush = 4 more years of lack of economic knowledge/understanding.

    13. caesu on September 8th, 2008 11:44 pm

      i watched this Sunday.
      i knew you guys were going to put this up here.
      as if McCain never misspeaks.
      actually, he misspeak all the time.

      but if you look closely here, he doesn’t even misspeak.
      “Well, what I’m saying is that he hasn’t suggested that I’m a Muslim”
      if he would have said “Christian faith”, it wouldn’t have made sense.
      but that’s too difficult to understand here probably.

    14. yoyo muffintop on September 9th, 2008 1:03 am

      #11 – You’re joking about the President, right?
      Every single piece of legislation approved by Congress is given to the President to do 1 of 3 things:
      1. Sign the measure into law
      2. Veto it and return it to Congress
      3. Pocket veto it

      The President has to sign every piece of legislation that Congress puts forth (or pocket veto which Bush has only done once I believe). That’s quite a bit of legislation passed because of the President’s signature.

      And did you forget that little gem know as “Executive orders”? It allows the President to legislate 100% on their own. GWB has issued 262 Executive orders. Remember the infamous quote from the Clinton Administration: “Stroke of the pen, law of the land, kind of cool.”

      During his 6 years in office, GWB didn’t veto a single bill sent to him by Congress (Republican controlled). Not one.
      One could argue then that Bush shares responsibility with the spend thrift Congresses that for 6yrs squandered trillions of dollars of the taxpayers’ money.

      You could blame it on the Democratic congress Bush has vetoed 12 times in the 1 1/2 yrs it’s had power, or the Republican congress Bush never vetoed in 6yrs.

      Or you could just say politicians suck in general and rarely follow the will of the people :)

    15. Scared Monkeys on September 9th, 2008 5:48 am


      Don’t care what you say … of course they all mis-speak … this one however was a doozy.

      For all the comments and stories that have been put out there by individuals questioning Obama and his religion, he makes that comment?

      That would be a kin to McCain referring to himslef as a Liberal Democrat beliefs.

      Obama and his people held him to a greater standard. They made him the Obamamessiah and the Perfect man of change. The only thing he changed over the weekend was his religious beliefs. LOL.

      Sorry, this one was a whopper and his handlers must have thrown their hands up in the air and said WTF.

    16. SUPER DAVE on September 9th, 2008 6:14 am

      let’s see : a muslim, won’t salute the American Flag, won’t sing the National Anthem, goes to a racist church, admits his muslim religion, wife hates America, does not know what city he is preaching in, won’t cast a single vote in the senate for all his supposed education, only presents himself ” present” ?
      that sounds like a really good muslim to me.

    17. A New Girl on September 9th, 2008 7:34 am


      For real- can’t you people READ typewritten English? The whole point of the blog article was that Obama slipped up and divulged that he really did have his beginnings/associations with his MUSLIM faith! He can vascillate to change it again, if it really was just a slip of the tongue- a pretty revealing one.

      Glad Red tore you a new one on the racist thing, too YoYo. I don’t agree with most of your political beliefs but have defended you on here before when other bloggers have made racist remarks—- BUT to take satire on here and turn it into a racist rant again is uncalled for. Why do you have to keep going there? Get this through your head—no one in today’s day and age has a problem with Obama being multi-racial or black—-people do have a problem with lies and trying to be deceitful about who and what you are!!

      His Resume is as thin as rice paper; his words empty; no character/won’t define himself(but he leans towards being a socialist); he’s Anti-American and Anti-White(talk about a racist!)

      —so stuff it Yoyo and learn how to read. Ceasu- keep drinking the Kool-Aide and Sandra–vote for whoever you want and believe whatever you want….allow us to do the same.

      McCain/Palin 08

    18. A New Girl on September 9th, 2008 7:40 am

      **Also add to the list of negatives for Obama and the “Dem” party who are supposed to be so liberal and progressive:

      They are not for Women’s rights! Obama is an elitist who wants complete power, gave HRC a big kick in the teeth by passing her over…and Hillary is STILL out there campaigning for him??

      Also, as a woman, what that told me is that he does not view capable females as his equal. How does that translate in to what his administration may/may not do for millions of other women if he is elected into office?????

    19. dennisintn on September 9th, 2008 9:05 am

      i’ve always said that an empty suit is an empty suit regardless of it’s color or decorations. obama is an empty suit.
      i cannot have any faith in a man who not only flip/flops at the drop of a hat but then lies about it, and denies having changed his opinion. oreilly tried to get obama to admit he was wrong about the effectiveness of the surge the other night, and he tried alibbing and obfuscating and would have cheerfully spent hours denying he was wrong. i guess he thinks we’re all too stupid to remember his “i bring the troops home immediately” and “the surge can’t possibly work, we just need to disengage and bring the troops home now” speeches.
      in response to criticism about lack of foreign relations expertise and knowledge, he says he has a group of 300 expert foreign policy advisors. when russia invaded georgia, his first response was that both parties were at fault and they should talk. his second days response to ridiculous to even remember. then on the 3rd day, he pompously delivered his solution and it was to bring the matter to the united nations security council for resolution. i guess obama and his cadre of 300 expert foreign policy experts forgot that russia has veto powers in the security council. he has yet to acknowledge his mistake there or anywhere else.
      human beings learn from their mistakes only when they can recognize and admit them. his lying and never being able to admit a mistake are character flaws i do not want to see in the white house.

    20. caesu on September 9th, 2008 9:18 am

      #18 A New Girl

      you are so delusional. it’s so funny.
      and Obama elitist? why is that?
      just because he went to Harvard?

      McCain is the elitist here.
      born in a admirals family.
      ended nearly the lowest in Navy College.
      left his wife to marry into Anheuser-Busch so he could fund his campaigns.

    21. vittorio on September 9th, 2008 9:32 am

      #15 Obama was referring to the attacks calling him “a muslim” when he said “my muslim faith”. It’s too obvious, but you are too blinded by your own bias.

    22. A New Girl on September 9th, 2008 9:47 am

      Ceasu–You are the dellusional Kool-Aid drinking Moonbat here, Pal.

      Uhmm ! DUH – Obama having gone to Harvard has NOTHING to do with my opinion of him. If he didn’t think his poop didn’t stink—-he would have put his ego aside a moment longer to re-consider HRC as his running mate! Love her or hate her, she was completely capable. So, his snobbery and “better than thou” adtitude is NOT working for America…..considering nowhere else would he and Michelle have prospered the way they have or have had the opportunities afforded to them but here—in the USA ! The country they love to hate.

      You are so full of shit, Ceasu. McCain an ELITIST? Are you kidding me? Oh, yeah- he puts his own freedom aside and gets beaten and torturted daily for 5 years while letting others go in his place—-WHAT PLANET ARE YOU ON???

      COUNTRY FIRST! I chose to fight with McCain/Palin- they kick ass over your wussy-boy any day.

    23. Susan on September 9th, 2008 10:49 am

      Looks like OSAMA Barack HUSSEIN Obama finally fessed up to being a MUSLIM! Now where should I put the words RADICAL and TERRORIST?
      SM: :) :) (klaasend)

    24. Cherry Simpson on September 9th, 2008 11:29 am

      He didn’t make a blunder.

      He was raised by a muslim and went to a catholic school where he was registered as a muslim. I don’t think it was a blunder.

      I think he attended the Black church for political reasons.

      The blunder was on the part of the reporter assuming Barack had made a blunder. Barack was correct. McCain hasn’t brought up his muslim faith.

      What bothers me is his hiding it. What does that say about his character?

    25. SUPER DAVE on September 9th, 2008 11:54 am

      so you change your name from barry to barack. why would a person whom is not muslim change his name to barack hussein obama ?
      i guarantee you that if he had not changed his name & acted like a true American, he would be readily accepted. i for one , prefer my country to stay free. i have not always sided with Bush but i cannot see obama as a president in my country.

    26. Rambo on September 9th, 2008 12:27 pm

      “…my Muslim faith”

      Rolls off his tongue like butter…


      Because Obama is a Muslim. Listen to the context of his statement: candidates being attacked about personal issues that although true, should remain off-limits to campaign attacks.
      Obama offers the example of Ms. Palin’s pregnant teenage daughter. Although true, the issue should be off-limits. Then he adds, the McCain campaign has not attacked “my Muslim faith…” as another example of something true, but off-limits. Mr. Stephanopolous interrupts with, “christian faith”. Obama affirms and continues speaking, but appears visibly off-kilter. Why? Because Obama accidently admitted something he has chosen to keep out of public view.

    27. Rambo on September 9th, 2008 12:36 pm


      Mr. and Mrs. Obama recently held a birthday celebration for one of their daughters.

      Obama mentioned that celebrating birthdays is not something they usually do; however, they made a special exception this time.

      Why? Because Muslims do not celebrate birthdays.
      Muslims only venerate the birthday of Mohammed.

      If it walks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck – what is it?

    28. Brenda from Virginia on September 9th, 2008 1:13 pm

      Hi YoYO…you stand corrected…it will be 8 more years of McCain/Palin…

    29. Brenda from Virginia on September 9th, 2008 1:15 pm

      I am loving this! I wish we had a cop/investigator posting. First thing out of a person’s mouth is always what is in the heart. If they correct themselves, it shows they are trying to retract. SOOOO funny! I bet you anything Iraq, Iran, Cuba, and other terrorist nations are supporting Obama for president.

    30. A New Girl on September 9th, 2008 1:34 pm

      Bigggggggg slip there by Barack HUSSIEN Obama! Wonder if this will have a life of it’s own—-just like his association with Rev. Wright—-he took so much heat from his CLOSE association with the dear Reverend—he finally had to public denounce him….

      Hmnnnnnnnnnnnn….what’s the golden-mouthed boy going to do now? As we’ve said in the past—Obama’s own words from his own mouth:

      The gift that keeps on giving. LOL

    31. Maggie on September 9th, 2008 5:38 pm

      YoYo this is just 2 of the things you told us the other day that Sarah Palin would do..both false. ban books,,, and teach creationism

      She did not demand that books be banned from the Wasilla library. Some of the books on a widely circulated list were not even in print at the time. The librarian has said Palin asked a “What if?” question, but the librarian continued in her job through most of Palin’s first term.

      Palin has not pushed for teaching creationism in Alaska’s schools. She has said that students should be allowed to “debate both sides” of the evolution question, but she also said creationism “doesn’t have to be part of the curriculum.”

      Whoopi Goldberg’s bs a few days ago.. Still waiting for Whoopi to correct herself.

      Who let Whoopi Goldberg blog without an editor? In her Wow-O-Wow blog post titled “Sarah Palin Is a Very Dangerous Woman,” she lobs a wild pitch about the Alaskan Independence Party kerfuffle: “I also thought that this idea of America first coming from her was kind of strange because she was one of the people who wanted to succeed from the United States. She was part of a campaign to succeed Alaska from the United States of America.” Where’s the editor to say “Sorry, dear, don’t you mean ’secede’?” Whoopi’s article concluded by suggesting Gov. Palin’s speech reminded her of a German-American Nazi rally: “This girl is dangerous to me. This is a very dangerous woman, because I believe for her intents and purposes, she’s OK if everybody lives a certain way, that is to say, the way God ordained men and women to be. Well, already she’s breaking that because she’s the daddy. She’s going to run the country and the husband is going to take care of the kids. I just found the whole thing sad and very musty and very much like a Bund rally, but maybe that was just me.”
      She was never a member of the Alaskan Independence Party, a group that wants Alaskans to vote on whether they wish to secede from the United States. She’s been registered as a Republican since May 1982.

      A few of these claims were included in a chain e-mail by a woman named Anne Kilkenny.

    32. yoyo muffintop on September 9th, 2008 6:04 pm

      #29 – Then I’m sure people are happy that thousands of lives were lost and billions of dollars were spent on a war for oil:
      “My friends, I will have an energy policy that we will be talking about, which will eliminate our dependence on oil from the Middle East that will prevent us from having ever to send our young men and women into conflict again in the Middle East.”
      McCain 5/2/08

      New Girl: “Get this through your head—no one in today’s day and age has a problem with Obama being multi-racial or black”
      Guess what – I can read and that is the most idiotic statement I’ve heard in a while.
      If you believe no one in this day and age has a problem with someone being black/white/asian/hispanic/american indian then I have a big orange bridge to sell you in Nor Cal. What planet are you on?
      You are either in complete denial or a complete idiot – your choice.

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    34. yoyo muffintop on September 9th, 2008 6:29 pm

      Maggie – turns out the book ban wasn’t true, but why would she ask that question? Seems strange. As far as the Alaskan Independence Party, a question for you: How long has her husband been a member? Why did Palin address the Alaskan Independence Party’s state convention?
      Can we do the guilt by association thing with Palin or is that reserved for Obama?

      But I’m sure you’ll admit Palin is telling a complete lie when she states “I told Congress, ‘Thank but no thanks for that bridge to nowhere.’”
      Palin keeps stating that over and over yet it’s 100% false. As badly as McCain is trying to shield her from the press, she will eventually have to explain this lie.

    35. caesu on September 9th, 2008 7:40 pm

      #21 vittorio

      exactly right!
      but for the delusional koolaid-drinkers here even a short sentence is too difficult to comprehend.

    36. Maggie on September 9th, 2008 8:52 pm

      You actually believe she was speaking (if she did, so many rumors, so little time) that she was trying to secede from the union? lol Her son leaves Thursday to Iraq and I am s he is going to represent the USA , not a seperate state Alaska..

      Nothing turns me away from anyone faster than bring out the Nazi comments.. Apparently some of those people need to go back and live during those times to see the God awful nightmare those people endured.. We have never seen nothing even close to that in the last 100 years in the USA..

      When my spiritual advisor of 20 years, guidance counselor etc is saying G..D..America and making those racist comments about Americans and the white could you not know it?

      Truth of the matter is,, we know very little about Obama..where’s the friends from his past, why not go to Chicago.. I am willing to learn. Why is noone doing it? Let’s see what he did.. The statement from his wife this was the first time as an adult she was proud of her country.. ugh..

      It’s all about a bunch of women claiming to be for women’s rights making sexist comments about women unless they agree with their politics.. I remember Paula Jones was done the same way by women’s groups..

    37. yoyo muffintop on September 9th, 2008 10:29 pm

      Instead of hiding behind a smokescreen of words and political operatives, avoiding necessary and relevant questions maybe Palin will now give the American voter a clear articulation of her positions and record.

      Rick Davis, campaign manager for Sen. John McCain: Gov. Sarah Palin won’t subject herself to any tough questions from reporters “until the point in time when she’ll be treated with respect and deference.”

      How sexist! So women are different from men now? They have to be treated with fragility or they will break?

      It gets better. Rick Davis, again, when asked when Palin will subject herself to questions:
      “When we think it’s time and when she feels comfortable doing it.”

      The party who is trumpeting Palin as an example of woman empowerment is holding her back? By controlling her the McCain campaign is showing how chauvistic the party really is at it’s heart.

      The only conclusion one can come to as to why Palin has not faced the press yet – once she memorizes the answers, she will address the media.

      Until Palin answers questions directly, all anyone knows about Palin is she can read a speech written by someone else.
      What are you scared of Palin?

      Pretty bad when you choose a running mate you’re too afraid to have on the trail.

    38. yoyo muffintop on September 9th, 2008 11:03 pm

      Maggie – How can Palin claim “Country First” when her husband was registered with and she supported a group whose motto is: “Alaska First, Alaska Always.”
      That is blatant anti-Americanism.

    39. Maggie on September 10th, 2008 3:45 pm

      So now Sarah is a racist too? lol..

      Ummmmm Maybe her husband has a mind of his own and thinks for himself? Sarah’s husband is an independent. Right, Sarah has this secret plot to take over the VP post, so she can make Alaska a country all it’s own. shhhh you heard it from me first..

    40. drewdog on September 24th, 2008 2:03 pm

      muffintop…. change your name to ((edit)), you big windbag…. now that fbi is investigating fannie mae… obama is sweating….. october suprise……..

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