Of course, some are opposed to forgetting the hostilities of the past and seeking mutual understanding, such as Republican neocons Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich, Ayn Randian Leonard Peikoff, the ADL, and Libertarian official Wayne Allyn Root.
They’re all warmongers, as is everyone hyperventilating about the “mosque,” and warmongers believe in hate. After all, it’s one of the building blocks of war. Ron Paul has always held that social tolerance is necessary to a free society, and events as well as religion show him to be right. To read the bloodthirsty Peikoff or Root, for example, is to see the spirit of totalitarianism.
Justin Raimondo points out that it is not a mosque after all, but rather sort of an Islamic YMCA (not that there would be anything wrong with a mosque), and it is four huge New York blocks away from the murder site. The destruction of the World Trade Towers was an horrific act if war. But how many office buildings full of civilians has the US government incinerated from the air, in a hundred cities? Oh, but you say, that is the government, and so it is not mass murder but public policy. No, for the moral law applies to people in government just as surely as it does to their subjects.