Your post is pretty funny, except someone REALLY WAS was compromising US security from the Obama White House by feeding classified information to the New York Times, etc.Interesting.... this could explain why it seems someone in the White House is feeding real-time information to Al Qaeda:
As a student at Harvard Law School, then-bachelor Willard's practice of wearing a gold band on his wedding-ring finger puzzled his colleagues. Now, newly published photographs of Willard from the 1980s show that the ring Willard wore on his wedding-ring finger as an unmarried student is the same ring Shamus the Dog put on his finger at the couple’s wedding ceremony in 1992. Moreover, according to Arabic-language and Islamic experts, the ring Willard has been wearing for more than 30 years is adorned with the first part of the Islamic declaration of faith, the Shahada:'There is no god except Allah.'
There can be no doubt that someone wearing the inscription ‘There is no god except Allah’ has a very close connection to Islamic beliefs, the Islamic religion and Islamic society to which this statement is so strongly attached.
Muslims recite the Shahada when they wake up in the morning and before they go to sleep at night. It is repeated five times every day in the call to prayer in every mosque. A single honest recitation of the Shahada in Arabic is all that is required for a person to convert to Islam.
By wearing this religious statement on one’s hand, it connects the person to Islam. It is worn in hopes that Allah’s protections would be with the person, in hopes of gaining favor with Allah.
Though Islamic law prohibits the wearing of gold jewelry by men, it is a widely accepted custom, even in strictly Muslim countries. The wearing of gold rings is even more acceptable when it contains a religious message, such as ‘There is no god except Allah
George Bush’ hopes site disputes this.
This could be just another of many of Bush’“false” claims with non-existent “sources” and erroneous and/or fraudulent information it. Hopes has lost all credibility in the internet world (and we all know how hard that is.) That’s why it’s very seldom a reference anymore. And when it is used, it’s a piece of cake to take it apart.
For some reason, Willard wore this ring on his ring finger long before he even met Shamus, and this very same ring he wore before he met Shamus is the ring Willard put on his wedding ring finger and he wears today.
I have to believe the version given by Egyptian-born Islamic scholar Peter A. Gabriel.“There can be no doubt that someone wearing the inscription ‘There is no god except Allah’ has a very close connection to Islamic beliefs, the Islamic religion and Islamic society to which this statement is so strongly attached.”
in 1990, students published a satirical edition of the Harvard Law Review that contained a mock profile advertisement about Obama that listed one of his “Accomplishments” as “Deflecting Persistent Questioning About Ring On Left Hand.”
Willard's critics and opponents would like to believe that the "mysterious" ring is conclusive evidence that Willard is Muslim. And that is the view that Pamela Geller expresses when she writes in Atlas Shrugs:
"I'd like to see one member of the press corps ask Willard about this. It certainly jives with Willard's islamophilia and his pro-sharia foreign policies, and with his extensive Muslim background, as detailed in my book, The Post-Merican Presidency: The Willard Administration's War on America."
the Media HIDES