Yup. George Soros put that up on his Snopes site.Hi-Res Image of Barack Obama's Wedding Ring
Contrary to what has been claimed in various online sources, President Obama's gold wedding ring does not feature the Muslim saying "No God but Allah" in Arabic script. It bears no visible inscription at all, only an abstract design.
As you can see in the viral illustration at right, someone has worked very diligently to make it appear as though certain Arabic characters match certain lines and shadows on the face of Obama's ring. But, as you can also see, the alleged correspondence isn't just forced, it's utterly reliant on the defects of fuzzy, low-resolution images. Compare those to the high-res close-up above, in which you'll see nothing remotely resembling Arabic calligraphy, just abstract shapes. Albeit worn and damaged, the serpentine pattern in the upper half of the design mirrors that in the lower half. If there's any inscription on the ring at all, it's on the inner surface where we can't see it.
We'll file those images with the ones of Obama in the command center during the operation to kill bin Laden.
By the way, you never told us which version of the photoshopped photos you liked best. Did you like:
The first photo the White House put up with Obama to the right of the display coordinator and grinning at the camera like a high school prankster?
Or, did you like the second photo the White House put up with Obama to the right of the display coordinator and seemingly studying the display like everyone else in the room?
Or, did you like the third photo the White House put up with Obama to the left of the display coordinator and Joe Biden magically appears in the photo?
Do you like the way every other person in the room has the exact same position and expression, and Obama's changes with each version of the photo?
Do you like the way the scale of Obama's features weren't duplicated accurately, and he his relative proportions in the photo aren't correct?
Everything about Obama is fraudulent.