I'm talking a state with a suspiciously Islamic sounding name, maybe sits on a Gulf full of oil, perhaps even has a town called "Arab."
That's right — Alabama. Or should I say "Al-Abama?"
We all know how Stanley Ann Dunham was whisked out of the country by Muslim operatives who replaced her with a clone of her they developed in their secret lab in Beirut. The clone wandered around the United States and placed birth announcements in local papers, while Dunham was impregnated with the child of Malcolm X, who would be raised by unsuspecting Midwesterners and then unleashed upon the land to enact his liberal commie socialist agenda, with brief stops in other countries for training and indoctrination.
But how could he do this without the support of at least one state? That's always been the crucial missing part. He'd have to have at least one safe state.
And this just shows you how deep the conspiracy runs. The first documented usage of "Alabama" occurred in 1540, in Garcilasso de la Vega's account of his journey with Hernando de Soto. That's right. Spaniards. Spaniards who lived in a country that had been under Muslim rule for centuries, until the Moors were finally kicked out of Spain in ... wait for it ... 1492. (Know how to tell a city with a Moorish history in Spain? Look for the "Al" at the beginning of its name.)
I posit Columbus was actually sent by the Moors to America to begin preparations for the arrival of Obama. His mission was carried forward by De Soto and his men (including De La Vega) and when they found a suitable land, they knew they had to name it in a way that would be easy for the president, when he came, to recognize.
Sadly, there was a slight error in spelling and we got "Al-Abama" instead of "Al-Obama," but come on!
Only a fool couldn't see it.