I can not put my feelings better then Exurban League does

Posted: August 14, 2010 by datechguy in culture, internet/free speech, opinion/news
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Imagine yourself on the evening of Sept. 11, 2001.

As you sat there in shock, what if someone had told you that in 10 years, the World Trade Center would still be a crater. However, just off of Ground Zero, a gigantic, 13-story mosque would be erected. A mosque endorsed by President Barack Hussein Obama.

You would have thought we had lost a war, wouldn’t you?

I don’t see how anyone can honestly disagree with that statement.

Memeorandum thread here.

After seeing this story and watching it in disbelief (forgetting the political implications) all I could say is this: I’ve not seen an action by this president that more confirms that The Post American Presidency is a perfect title for Pam Geller’s book on this administration.

She comments as follows:

Obama came out for the Islamic supremacist mosque at the hallowed ground of 911 attack. He has, in effect, sided with the Islamic jihadists and told the ummah (at an Iftar dinner on the third night of Ramadan, of course) that he believes in and supports a triumphal mosque on the cherished site of Islamic conquest.

If you had any doubt who Obama stood with on 911, there can be no doubt in our minds now.

I really Really REALLY don’t want to agree with that last statement. I will say is this, considering style, venue and the force of this declaration by the elected president of the United States 2012 can’t come fast enough for me.

I’ve always argued that a free society and free people have the right to be wrong, I just never thought we’d exercise our right to be this wrong!

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  3. Hey Data,
    A while back you posted some nice things about Mike Stopa. He has a position paper out on Mosques. Not only would he not want one near Ground zero, he doesn’t want one in his neighborhood either.

    Two Comments On Mosques.

  4. Everyone seems to forget that churches, temples, mosques, conndos, houses, schools, shopping plazas, metroplexes, amusement parks and sky scrapers in America are most likely built on a sacred Native American holy lands or burial grounds.

    But that was all from Manifest Destiny, the God given right for Americans to have complete control of the land between the Atlantic and the Pacific.

    Just like in Fitchburg, New York should be grateful that someone purchased the old abondoned Burlington Coat Factory building that is surrounded by many other closed businesses a few short blocks away from where the Twin Towers once stood. If this can bring more people to the area, which in turn brings more businesses than its a win for all.

    Also, since we hear so much about what the founders wanted and how the Constitution is so highly regarded, doesn’t the 1st Amendment, you know the one right before the gun one, allow freedom of religion?

    It doesn’t state all men are created equal, just some are more equal than others.