No sir, no way
POSTED: Monday, September 13, 2010 - 6:52pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 3:10pm
The weekend is over and the remembrances of 9/11 are complete.
I'm glad the preacher with the congregation of 50 didn't burn the Koran.
I heard some whack jobs did.
The only one I saw was in Tennessee.
Remember, the Florida preacher has the right to burn all the religious books
he wants, but it's not right.
Which leads me to this.
Everyone has been calling out the Florida preacher.
The president of the United States to the secretary of defense has made a phone call to the reverand asking him not to- pardon the pun- fan the flames of intolerance.
But, something else dawned on me this weekend.
Everyone has called out the preacher.
How come no one has called out the Imam who says this mosque has to be built at that location in New York City?
How come no one is worried about his tone?
His veiled remarks that to me sound like, "you let us build it here or there will be consequences."
That doesn't sound too tolerant to me.
What's going to happen if he shows up one day and says we don't have the money to build it, and if you don't give us the money to build it, there will be consequences.
This is America.
You can live how you want to live for the most part, believe whom you want to believe.
But, I think threats that are ignored because of fear or political correctness are ridiculous.
And now some say we should let them have their own laws here in our country, Sharia law.
No sir. No way.