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Who is Bin Laden endorsing for US President in 2008?

Asked By: rightwingerforlife - 9/2/2008
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I know, I know, it's Obama his bro... More
Answered By: Fed up! - 9/2/2008
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Obama.
Answered By: aggie2010 - 9/2/2008
 
John McCain
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Answered By: Rima - 9/2/2008
 
Obama
Answered By: me - 9/2/2008
 
mccain. he knows that mccain won't follow him to hell or his cave.
Answered By: Vote - 9/2/2008
 
His Muslim brother Obama.
Answered By: Democrat for McCain - 9/2/2008
 
Obama
Answered By: V3g - 9/2/2008
 
His brother of course. Barac Husein Bin Laden Obama of course.
Answered By: twin - 9/2/2008
 
Beings Obama actually wants to go after him, I'd say he wants McCain in office.
Answered By: db606 - 9/2/2008
 
Mccain, so after health issues, Palin will be in charge. God help us all!
Answered By: ? - 9/2/2008
 
His namesake Obama.
Answered By: Vote 2008 - 9/2/2008
 
Bin Laden would probably be endorsing McCain. I'm sure he would rather have a president who diverts most of our military resources away from Afghanistan into Iraq and then probably Iran next, than a president whose name sounds similar.
Answered By: Andy - 9/2/2008
 
The republican party! they have failed to catch him in the last five years, wy would they want to change anything about this.
Answered By: James T - 9/2/2008
 
You would have to ask George Bush about that. He is the one that is friend with the Bin Laden family. He can probably ask him in person at the next family gathering. Maybe he can talk up McCain a little to him!
Answered By: ? - 9/2/2008
 
Now I am going to try to be nice to democrats for once here. lol. I'm sure that Obama truly does want to bring Osama to justice, albeit in a misguided and foolish way. In all honesty though, he probably knows to himself that McCain will make a much more concerted and concentrated effort at bringing the savage to... More
Answered By: KungFuKricket - 9/2/2008
 
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