A Proud Liberal wrote:
1. It’s their land, let them build what they want.
2. $100 million in construction costs is many jobs, so desperately needed right now. Associated taxes with labor and materials are still required to be paid.
3. Survivors need to realize that this is an effort is to bring about understanding. It is the refusal to bridge gaps that promotes radicalization in the first place.
If there was ANY PROOF, any proof at all, that ANYONE, other than our government, who actually committed the murders on 911, they wouldn't have a "rat's ass chance," of building anything near/next or on "ground zero." Regardless of our constitutional laws. Not with a corporate media they wouldn't. And speaking of our corporate media...
Isn't it kinda strange, that they stuck their foot in their mouth, when covering that dreadful day on 911? (bombs going off etc.)
Now, they want to get their hands dirty again, wanting to cover the issue regarding building a place of worship next to ground zero?
That's the reason why, at least in my opinion, they portray themselves to be "on the fence," on this one.
...and I wonder why!!
And I always wondered why our Christians in the Middle East, are being shot to death?