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it is not near it is on ground zero.
does he come out and say no it should not be built?
... to put it mildly.
Giuliani continues in the tradition of Republican New York City mayor Fiorello LaGuardia (1933-45). One play from LaGuardia's playbook was to find the enemy's weak spot and drive a sledgehammer into it. Giuliani does it with the faint sound of regret. It's like watching a master assassin at work with the stiletto.
The former mayor praised Democratic Gov. David Paterson for proposing to meet with the project's organizers in hopes of finding an alternative location in Lower Manhattan that would be less controversial.
Another patented LaGuardia play. Pick an enemy, praise him, put him on the spot, and separate him from the rest of his herd. Paterson now has to tap-dance his way out of Giuliani's embrace. This is a death sentence in New York City's liberal Democratic organization, where Giuliani is considered the spawn of Satan -- almost as much as the arch-devil Reagan.
It's fun watching the pros at work.
I just hope if the mosque gets built, that a few homos are stoned to death, and they start honor killing... Yeah baby, Islam, its a religion of peaces,, of deab people.
There is no reason for it to be divisive!
Most people do not recognize that what happens in a mosque is sedition. Pure and simple. Islam is not just a religion, it is a cult. Larger than that though, it is a political system, it is its own government, its judicial...is in its sharia, and its military (jihadis) all rolled into one with one intent ...and that is to rule wherever they take root. It is a invasive, systemic infection looking to take over the host once it has quantum.
This is not just a religion, but something that cloaks itself in those terms so it should not be given the same treatment contemplated under the first amendment. The Korans Sharia rules are to consume whatever government there is wherever it goes.
It is political, and its goal is to supplant and replace.
The sooner America learns this , the better.
Obama? Obama and Company? Should be tried for treason in this issue for promoting the establishment of a foreign government on our soils. He is doing nothing to protect America as per his oath. Also, as a Muslim, he knows this, he know far better, he knows sharia, but is looking to deceive America.
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Lets keep America, America!
Obama? Obama and Company? Should be tried for treason in this issue for promoting the establishment of a foreign government on our soils. As a Muslim, he knows this, he knows sharia, but is looking to deceive America.
Finally somebody's properly framed the debate: the muzzies are insensitive, not us. If we're a little bit touchy over the place where 2500 of our people were massacred, who can blame us?
RINO Giuliani, "alighting upon the obvious, with a sense of surprise."
Leave it to the Democrats to side with a religion founded by a child-molesting, mass murdering misogynist.
What’s Rudy’s view on Bloomberg “ending” term limits? Rudy was a better mayor, IMHO, despite his RINO tendencies and despite his “drag queen” moment. Rudy would be mayor right now, if he ended up getting rid of term limits, instead of Bloomberg doing so. What a shame!
The truly sad thing is that, only a few years ago, this would have been obvious to all.
Wouldn’t want him as President, but he was a hell of a mayor, and on stuff like this, he’s great. And he’s using the liberals’ favorite words—things like “divisive”—against them. It’s great to watch.
This has sent me a clear message about Islam. This mosque is not about worshiping and honoring God. Its about creating division. It demonstrates to me that Islam is about division.
Yay for Giuliani. Finally someone has figured out how to frame the debate and use the liberals’ own terms and ideals against them.
It’s more than divisive, it’s out of the question.
“Giuliani Says Mosque ‘Divisive’”
No kidding, Julie?
I think what I like best about Rudy is that after the 2008 Presidential nomination, Rudy found out that his views on economic and defense issues are shared by most Republicans and his views on social issues are not, but instead of going Charlie Crist on us and sucking up to Democrats as a independent, he keeps his mouth shut on social issues and is always there to support conservatives on the issues we have in common with him. And his Republican National Committee keynote speech introducing Sarah Palin was dynamite, too.
Rudy’s too out of the mainstream for us to accept him as a national conservative candidate, but he’s a good asset on issues like this - not exactly one of us, but a reliable and valuable ally.