CAIR polishes their propaganda
The Cincinnati chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) says Congressman Boehner’s (R-Ohio) opposition to the proposed Islamic center two blocks from the site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is “offensive and deeply disturbing,” Cincinnati.com reported.
“By stating that building a mosque to accommodate American Muslim worshipers a few blocks away from the site of the 9/11 attacks is somehow wrong...
"Somehow wrong"? Somehow I don't think the people planning Muslim strategy are really as obtuse as you pretend. I don't think you bastards are really mystified as to why normally welcoming, normally tolerant Americans oppose this project by two-to-one.
“By stating that building a mosque to accommodate American Muslim worshipers a few blocks away from the site of the 9/11 attacks is somehow wrong, Congressman Boehner is implying that American Muslims bear collective guilt for those attacks,” the group said.
"Collective guilt"? Funny, I didn't get that implication at all. In fact, just the opposite: All the conservative leaders I'm aware of have been extremely careful to not blame ordinary Muslims for the 9/11 attacks--any more than we blamed all Japanese for the attack on Pearl Harbor, or all Germans for the death camps.
What I am seeing is a growing number of Americans who are finally waking up to what Islamic leaders around the world are saying and doing, and to the true nature of Islam insofar as its command in the Koran to rule the entire world.
So for those of you who buy into that goal, then yes, I will add you to the rather large group of other tyrants who have wanted to subjugate free men throughout history. If you want to take over the world, I consider you guilty--and whether individually or collectively doesn't make a damn bit of difference to me.
The only way we have a chance of coexisting is if you openly, publicly renounce the goal just noted.
Somehow I don't think many of you are willing to renounce the goal of taking over the world.
Because if you do, you know all too well that your more extreme co-religionists will kill you.