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So, the "bad taste" argument...?

August 25 2010 at 11:10 AM

Pope Reverend I, BV  (Login PRev1)
Von Klumpen


Response to No.. That is twisting the point.

 

What's that all about then...?
Is it just...
-- A matter of... "timing"...?

Are you saying that...
Building a Muslim Community Centre...
THAT Close to "Ground Zero"...
-- (Within a few blocks of an already existing Mosque)...
At "this time"...
Is just...
-- Too "soon"...?

2010...?
Nine years after the attacks of 9/11...
-- Which may or may NOT have been perpetrated...
-- By "Muslim Terrorists"...
Is still... Too "soon"...?

So, how much longer do you think they should have to wait...?
WHEN do you think enough time will have passed...
Until it's all just...
So much...
-- "water under the bridge"...?

Now, please, don't get me wrong...
I realize you've just stated...
-- Your "opinion".
And, I've just stated mine...
However...
In MY Opinion...
It appears as though the "bad taste" argument...
Is nothing more than...
A very weak excuse...
To exercise Prejudice...
Against a Minority...
Who have done...
-- Nothing Wrong.

Yes...
I understand your concern...
About the leaders of the group sounding a bit...
-- "harsh"...
-- Or, "hard-nosed"...
-- Or, "confrontational"...
About this issue.

But, let's face it...
If Your Rights were being Infringed Upon...
And You were faced with the Daily Barrage...
Of a Warrantless, Prejuducial Attack...
By Powerful Parties with Obvious Political Motives...
Don't you think your frustrations might be showing a wee bit too...?

It's a Smear Campaign.
It shouldn't be allowed to succeed.
And bowing to the "bad taste" argument...
-- As Obama has done...
Is allowing tacit agreement...
-- To the Bigots of the Right.

And...
If there's one thing the Bush Years should have taught us all...
It's that...
-- Appeasement to the Reactionist Mind Set of the Fundamentalist Right...
-- Is NOT a "good" thing.

-PRev1-




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