Monday, August 16, 2010

A stunning moment of clarity from an unlikely source: conservative Phil Valentine on the Mosque controversies

I was absolutely stunned when I heard this live. With all the drivel I've heard coming out of this guy's mouth, I can't believe what I hear in this video.


Your Moral Better said...

William Yelverton - Why do you hate the families of the 9/11 victims? Why do you ignore actual moderate Muslims that do not want this? Why do you conflate whether or not something can be done with whether it should be done?

William said...

Because you can not apply the US Constitution based on what makes you comfortable. You can not apply Constitutional freedoms based on race, religion, or political correctness.

Ted Olson, former George W. Bush solicitor general, husband of a woman who died aboard the plane that crashed into the Pentagon on 9/11, said Wednesday that President Obama was right about his analysis of the "Ground Zero Mosque" as a constitutional right protected by the First Amendment. He said, "we don't want to turn an act of hate against us by extremists into an act of intolerance for people of religious faith."

JD said...

What Constitutional principle is involved with individuals stating their position that they do not think this mosque should be located at Ground Zero?

If you are going to try to wrap yourself in the moral authoritah, why do you ignore all of the other families of 9/11 survivors? Why do you ignore the voices of actual moderation Muslims?

Nevermind, you are a lying plagiarizing dishonest fuck.

William said...

I support your every right to protest.

William said...

And, you'll be glad to know that Howard Dean agrees with you You should be proud.