Romney had Binders of Women, Obama had Binders of Muslims

In a bid to get more Muslim Americans working in the Obama administration, a book with resumes of 45 of the nation’s most qualified — Ivy League grads, Fortune 500 executives and public servants, all carefully vetted — has been submitted to the White House.

I guess it's all about priorities. Romney wanted more women represented in his cabinet. Obama wanted more Muslims represented in his administration.

But here's a question, how many of those Muslims in Obama's Muslim binders were members of the Muslim Brotherhood, former MSA students or linked to other Brotherhood front groups in America?

In a bid to get more Muslim Americans working in the Obama administration, a book with resumes of 45 of the nation’s most qualified — Ivy League grads, Fortune 500 executives and public servants, all carefully vetted — has been submitted to the White House.

The effort, driven by community leaders and others, including U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., was bumped up two weeks because White House officials heard about the venture, said J. Saleh Williams, program coordinator for the Congressional Muslim Staffers Association, who sifted through more than 300 names.

“It was mostly under the radar,” Williams said. “We thought it would put (the president) in a precarious position. We didn’t know how closely he wanted to appear to be working with the Muslim American community.”

Because it wouldn't do for a devout Christian like Obama, whose family is Muslim, whose Christian mentor was a former Black Muslim and who boasted that he would stand with Muslims and against Americans, to appear to be working too closely with Muslims.

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