Skip to comments.Ground Zero Mosque Opens for Business (Today!)
Posted on 09/21/2011 2:27:19 AM PDT by Recovering_Democrat
September 21 at 6:30 PM, the Ground Zero Mosque will open its doors to show a photo exhibit in its community space. Park51 is hoping to discourage its opponents by declaring an early victory in spite of its recent embarrassments and setbacks. This grand opening does not mean that the fight is over. The project still has a long way to go until completion.
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I believe you may not be aware of the zoning laws.
How about checking out the exhibit while eating a ham sandwich?
Yes, and some so-called conservatives aid them by pretending to be purists on the matter. Yet they would themselves be in a hissy fit if their neighborhood became threatened by an undesirable, though legal, presence.
Calling Lady GaGa.
Someone needs to drop a pulled pork sammich on the front steps.
Lefty’s throw , burn and destroy stuff, as a form of protest all the time..often they do not get arrested..why would throwing pig’s blood at, or near, a mosque any different?
Were I to find myself in NYC this weekend, I think I’d find a way to visit the mosque...with a few packs of bacon and some drippings in can. And then I’d call it ‘freedom of speech’ and protest favoring one religion over another (favorite lib tactic) and I’m sure the MSM would make me a hero. Right?
Might I suggest some NY FRiends visit the open house and smuggle in some ham sandwiches? LOL
Not because leftists don't want it (they do), or because conservatives oppose it.
I've been hearing for awhile, that this is all an elaborate fundraising scam to milk money out of donors (mostly leftists).
Alot of muslims, or at least alot of folks in the muslim community here in new york, are chattering/gossiping that the money is going to go into the pockets of the group running this, who will turn around in the future, blame conservatives/christians/patriots, and say they "can't open", and will move on (with millions of dollars).
One muslim told me, that if this was a real venture to build a mosque, the saudis would have paid the whole thing in full, without hesitation. They know its a scam, because they know who the folks are running it.
Dribbling Bacon grease around the area is a mighty fine baptismal.
A Bible study in NYC? ROFL!
You clearly do not understand that the Constitution as the social contract that it is. Muslims have NO INTENTION of ever respecting your property rights, infidel. To them, you are not a fellow citizen deserving respect for your rights, but are instead lower than dirt. They are USING your respect for the Constitution against you, and laughing up their sleeves at what they intend to do to civic respect for your unalienable rights once they wield power. They are not participants in that social contract and are therefore undeserving of its protections. Upon reading the Quran, Jefferson understood that, and considered Islam a mortal threat to this nation should it ever be established here.
Using Amazon’s search function for “bacon bandages,” one finds not only bandaids that look like strips of bacon, but also bacon car air freshener, breath mints, wallet, soap, and toothpaste. There are nice yellow “crime scene tape” bandaids too. Time to stock up!
Sonny, that sounds VERY plausible.
Of course not.
I am sorry , but the location is beyond disturbing. Just out of respect for the people who were so affected by Muslim terrorists on 9/11, if nothing else. Why if the intention was pure does it have to be there? It is a straight out insult.
Carry-Oke siad it better then I can...
Let's just call it for what it is.
Wow, just plain freakin wow!
Would not have happened with an atheist in the Whitehouse either.
Separation of church and state also includes separation of Islam and city/state.
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