...he's cool with a mosque being built by Ground Zero, formerly the World Trade Center:
David Swindle of News Real, didn't pull any punches like the luke-warm Washington Post (WaPo) article did:
I like David's damning conclusion:
...years from now historians will point to this night as the turning point in Barack Obama’s presidency. It is on this arrogant, brazen position that he has conclusively sacrificed any hope of a second term.
This "nail in the political coffin" does make the 2008 cover of the New Yorker, pictured above, look prophetic.
Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch, rolled-in with several articles over the past couple of days:
Obama "...says it is all about religious freedom. Actually, it isn't about religious freedom at all. It's about whether a triumphal mosque should be built at Ground Zero."
Debbie Schlussel pointed this out in the opening paragraph of her latest article Bronx Prez to USA: No Mosque and State Seperation:
I’ve said it repeatedly over the years, and I’ll say it again. There is no separation between mosque and state, only between church and state and synagogue and state. To me, that’s of far more concern than a mosque near Ground Zero.