First, you spelled Communist wrong. Second, you haven't read what Obama has said about his religious upbringing or the Constitution. Chapter 3 in Obama's Audacity of Hope is called "Our Constitution." In it he shows a greater understanding of and a greater respect for our Constitution than I have seen in any political leader in my lifetime. He also discusses the difficult issue of how literally the Constitution ought to be interpreted. Is it acceptable for justices to interpret and the Constitution in today's terms, in light of new inventions and problems that didn't exist when it was written, or not? He wrestles with this issue in that chapter. Chapter 6 in Audacity of Hope is called "Faith" and in it he describes his religious views and how he gained them. He was not raised in a religious home. His mother was a secularist and raised him to respect all religious views, she became an anthropologist which I think points to how she looked at other cultures and at religion. Obama chose, as a young man, to begin attending a Christian church and has not stopped. His religious convictions are his own. He was not raised to blindly believe in the God of his parents. He was raised to think for himself and was given the freedom to chose a religion for himself. In my mind this gives greater meaning to his being a Christian. He's not just a Christian but is a fully conscious Christian. He is not and never was a Muslim.