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Obama, Hamas Weigh in on Ground zero. Common sense and Respect have Vanished.

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Aug 26, 2010 18:45

I have never seen such coldheartedness by other Presidents or by the Mayor of New York, (Bloomberg) to support a Mosque at the site where 2800 people lost their lives. This isn't about religion, its about respect for the dead. Lets just open the wounds and throw salt on them. If Islam wants respect, then respect the memory of the dead, and build somewhere else, (there are plenty of locations available.) Whether they like it or not several of their Muslim brothers committed violent Jihad on innocent people, and this is not going to be forgotten. Nor will it be forgotten that some 60 a% of the people are against this Mosque, and opposition is growing..

We see a pattern here by the Radical Left, and the government that is in charge to Bully its will on the people, as if they don't exist. The Muslim communities are building states- within states, One Caliphate at a Time and with Sharia Law. All those who remain silent will have to live with a new and Islamatized America.


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