Obama, Feds terrified to comment on 911 Mosque.

Conveniently located.

Wonder why the White House doesn’t want to touch this one?

CNN finds (.pdf) that 68 percent of voters oppose plans to build “a mosque two blocks from the site in New York City where the World Trade Center used to stand.”

The cross-tabs are striking, and negative across the board. A full 79 percent of seniors oppose the plan, but so do 54 percent of Democrats and 45 percent of self-described liberals.

The same poll finds that something like half of its (smaller) samples believe that gays do, or should, have a constitutional right to marry. Which tells you why conservatives looking to rally the base may be looking at Muslims, rather than gays.

Incidentally, Michael Roston recently suggested that pollsters also ask whether respondents would favor a mosque in their own neighborhoods, as a sort of baseline for straight anti-Islam sentiment.

http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0810/Politics_of_the_mosque.html

NOTE:

Since the above was posted, Obama has come out in full support of the Jihad Mosque at Ground Zero. He has said that he finds it repugnant that anyone would oppose it.

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3 Responses to Obama, Feds terrified to comment on 911 Mosque.

  1. TaterSalad says:

    Islam is not a religion and it will consume any type of government and ideology.

  2. Jamie says:

    For the sake of those of us who like to research/verify things that we read, would it be possible to reference/link to the source of some of your information? In this case, where is it documented that Obama finds “it repugnant that anyone would oppose [the Jihad Mosque]”? I have no absolutely doubt that he said that but I like to read further on a lot of things that I find. If you already have the source in front of you, it would be so much easier if you could share the link instead of me trying to Google around for the article myself. 🙂 BTW, I just found your blog today and have enjoyed reading it. I’ll be adding you to my RSS feed.

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