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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    It remains a hole, and the proposed building is two blocks away in Manhattan. Krauthammer is all bent, what would he say if it was a synagogue instead? IF it were actually AT “ground Zero”- where the “patriots” still have no real plans, maybe a concern.

  2. myming

    myming said, about 6 years ago

    holy in the head ?

  3. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, about 6 years ago

    It makes no difference why ANandy. If the zoneing board says it’s ok then it is. If you support the Constitution you can not deney anyone the right to worship as they see fit in any location that is deemed to be used for that purpose.

    Do you believe in freedom? Then swallow your pride (the thing that goes before a fall according to your God) and treat fairly with muslims even though they may offend you. Offer the other cheek. Forgive them every time. It only hurts you if you let it hurt you. Shoe a little love for your fellow man who are as much God’s children as you. Remember that to do God’s will you MUST love your neighbor as yourself.

  4. Rnd1408

    Rnd1408 said, about 6 years ago

    “I overheard the waiters in a fancy restaurant laughing”

    This means that Charlie555, apart from the fact he eats in “fancy restaurants”, could also understand the “3rd World” language being spoken, in its own dialect or accent, probably with local colloquialisms. Not bad. But I doubt it. Or perhaps Charlie is really a Carlos?

    His analogy also indicates he doesn’t view Muslims in the USA as Americans. A rather bigoted view for a pious Christian. I suppose, from his words, that a true American can only be a Christian.

    Charlie555 is the religious one here who continually mentions God and Jesus, telling us what God wants us to do but somehow neglects to follow Jesus’ teachings. Bruce may believe in a religion but does not bash any book on fellow commentators’ heads, yet is the one who mentions love and tolerance (and the correct interpretation of the 1st amendment).

  5. Cynthia

    Cynthia GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    charlie; Maybe t problem is, “it was a fancy restaurant”. Is there anyone, except those they want to suck up to because they can give them a good rating, that they don’t look down on?

  6. wbr

    wbr said, about 6 years ago

    NYC has a memorial to the dead 1st responders and one to those who died in the building now they getting one for Islam maytyrs

  7. pivero

    pivero said, about 6 years ago

    Funny how silly this argument is…..

    Has any of you ever considered that there were for sure some Muslims among 9-11 victims?

  8. C. A. Brobst

    C. A. Brobst GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    In America we have freedom of religion and separation of church and state. We Christians wanted it this way for a very good reason.

  9. vatonaught

    vatonaught said, about 6 years ago

    Many of us believed what was printed by the irresponsible hysterics of right wing newspapers…that the mosque was being built on the site of the Twin Towers. That’s a bitter pill but two blocks away is acceptable to the average person…with average hatred and average fear and average faith. I notice that the continuos immigration of Muslims into this country has escapedu notice of our news jocks…who turned on this sluicebox? Who quiets the news?

  10. Pup of Cognition

    Pup of Cognition said, about 6 years ago

    Typical Lib ‘toon: He knows nothing about the Muslim Faith - or “faith” in general.

    Nor has he been paying attention for the last twenty years…

    (1.) Why do radical jihadists continue to flourish in otherwise “moderate” Islamic natons? a. The rest of the populace is beholden spiritually and intellectually to their imams and other spiritual leaders b. They have read the Koran and they know what it says. c. Therefore, an “average” muslim is no friend to representative or any other kind of Democracy. (2.) Do you really think the backers of this “mosque” have altruistic motives? (3.) Where is the cathedrals and churches in Saudi Arabia or Turkey? There ain’t any. Why? Because muslims are intolerant and can not conform to western ideals as long as they follow their intolerant and demonic religion. (4.) Let’s see where the money is coming from… (5.) Let’s see them denounce terrorism and reform their religion…until then- watch ‘em like hawks. (5.) Please go to a Bible-believing church somewhere near you - what muslims do is far less important than what the Maker of the Universe is trying to tell you today.

  11. Pup of Cognition

    Pup of Cognition said, about 6 years ago

    ^seems to be braindead.

  12. comyics

    comyics said, about 6 years ago

    The corrupted government working it’s lust by rewarding corrupted doers. Yes, Jihad is against the law.

  13. Pup of Cognition

    Pup of Cognition said, about 6 years ago

    This is America - we can put down christianity and Islam…got a problem with that?

  14. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    Uh, puppy, might want to reconsider on that “churches in Turkey” bit, also Iran and numerous “Muslim countries”. But granted, those whacko “friends of the Bush’s” in Saudi Arabia are the most intolerant of all the Muslims, but DANG they got a ton of oil!!!!

  15. myming

    myming said, about 6 years ago

    ^ i couldn’t find it, but i wonder how many children have been inculcated into crime by rappers ?

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