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Sunday, August 8, 2010


We are witnessing an extremely unfortunate side of human nature in our leaders lately. New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has now gone from defending the right of Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf to build the ground zero mosque to focusing his indignation on those who disagree with it. Bloomberg has become a tool for those who would do harm to this country and he is directing his anger at those who insist on saving it.

There are legitimate questions being asked by people who oppose the mosque. One of them involves a desire to know exactly where Rauf is getting the money. Bloomberg chastises those who ask such questions.

Via the New York Post:
He bashed those who wanted to use the city’s landmarking process to stop the mosque and insisted government has no business prying into its finances.

“Do you really want every time they pass the basket in your church, and you throw a buck in, they run over and say, ‘OK, now, you know, where do you come from?’”
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time Bloomberg has utterly embarrassed himself when it comes to rubbing elbows with Islamists in New York City. Last year, he met with an un-indicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing at City Hall in the name of reconciliation.

In WWII, Neville Chamberlain sealed his fate as a disgrace when he attempted peace through appeasement. What Bloomberg is doing is much worse. He is actively siding with those who would do us harm. His actions are more reminiscent of Henri-Philippe Petain.

h/t to Free Republic

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