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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    I agree with ALL the posters here that agree they have the right even if it's wrong. That the topic is more about "what's right" than "rights," to many. You know. That thing the president said.

    It's a shame the Muslim's don't recognize the oppertunity to extend the olive branch in this matter. But I am not really surprised they would pass it up.

    But we can go around about all this until the sun goes down and it will still be what it is.

    They have the right to be insensitive bastards too, I suppose.

    Hey, in 30 years I'll be gone anyways. And next week this will be old news when Michael Jackson raises from the dead.

    I just hope the fish keep bitin'.
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Saying people have freedom of religion is easy until they get all weird and build a self-sufficient, closed-off compound somewhere in Texas.
    Im confused, what does this mean?
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    I didn't mean to imply they did, however Scarborough and McKinnon seemed to imply they were at odds with the GOP leadership on this issue. Scarborough talked about the comments made by Newt Gingrich.
    Scarborough's had a hard on for Newt since the 1990's when he was in the house and Newt was the speaker. If you haven't watched very much, you'll see that Scarborough and Newt never really hit it off - so making comments on MSNBC criticizing Newt... that's a weekly occurance.
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    I didn't mean to imply they did, however Scarborough and McKinnon seemed to imply they were at odds with the GOP leadership on this issue. Scarborough talked about the comments made by Newt Gingrich.
    Seeing as that has nothing to do with what I said, why would you think I "need" to watch the video?
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    I agree with ALL the posters here that agree they have the right even if it's wrong. That the topic is about "what's right" than "rights," to many. You know. That thing the president said.
    EDIT: Never mind; I misread you. Sorry.
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Scarborough's had a hard on for Newt since the 1990's when he was in the house and Newt was the speaker. If you haven't watched very much, you'll see that Scarborough and Newt never really hit it off - so making comments on MSNBC criticizing Newt... that's a weekly occurance.
    Let's also remember that Scarborough's gig is paid by MSNBC. He is just another paid talking head, not really part of political party, unless you count GE as a semi=political party.

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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    This worth reading......... they get it.

    Mischief in Manhattan
    We Muslims know the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation
    By Raheel Raza and Tarek Fatah, Citizen Special August 17, 2010


    Last week, a journalist who writes for the North Country Times, a small newspaper in Southern California, sent us an e-mail titled "Help." He couldn't understand why an Islamic Centre in an area where Adam Gadahn, Osama bin Laden's American spokesman came from, and that was home to three of the 911 terrorists, was looking to expand.

    The man has a very valid point, which leads to the ongoing debate about building a Mosque at Ground Zero in New York. When we try to understand the reasoning behind building a mosque at the epicentre of the worst-ever attack on the U.S., we wonder why its proponents don't build a monument to those who died in the attack?

    (Gallery: The Ground Zero Mosque debate)

    New York currently boasts at least 30 mosques so it's not as if there is pressing need to find space for worshippers. The fact we Muslims know the idea behind the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation to thumb our noses at the infidel. The proposal has been made in bad faith and in Islamic parlance, such an act is referred to as "Fitna," meaning "mischief-making" that is clearly forbidden in the Koran.
    Read more: Mischief in Manhattan

    And this is really stupid.


    A New York City Police officer looks on as the Landmarks Preservation Commission prepares to rule on August 3, 2010 that a 152-year-old building is not a historical site, and can be demolished making way for the construction of a mosque a few blocks from the Ground Zero site in Manhattan. Controversial plans to build a mosque near the site of the New York towers destroyed in the Septmeber 11, 2001 terror attacks cleared a big hurdle Tuesday as a city panel voted to end protected status for an existing structure on the site.
    also at same URL

    So let me get this straight.... a building that is 152 years old isn't worth saving, so they are going to tear it down to put up a Mosque in it's place the majority of the people don't want, in a business district where no Muslims live.

    And of course it’s all about tolerance and bridge building.

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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Actually, building a mosque is a cakewalk. Saying people have freedom of religion is easy until they get all weird and build a self-sufficient, closed-off compound somewhere in Texas.
    Building a compound in Texas is easy too, and you know full well that was not the problem there.
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Originally Posted by Harshaw
    Saying people have freedom of religion is easy until they get all weird and build a self-sufficient, closed-off compound somewhere in Texas.

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    Im confused, what does this mean?

    Waco, TX..... Branch Dravidians.

    Any of that ring a bell?
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    Re: Scarborough: 'Screw' GOP if they kick me out for defending mosque

    Quote Originally Posted by Crunch View Post
    This worth reading......... they get it.



    Read more: Mischief in Manhattan
    Many get it. Someone should clue in the New Yorkers dead set on supporting what is, to those of us with at least a smidgen of common sense clearly see, a clear provocation. The proponents of building the mosque are in two major groups: The first being strict Constitutionalists who see following law more important than any thing else (which at least I can respect, though disagree) and the second being those who want to kiss up to any group to show how uber liberal and tolerant they are than everyone else.

    The rest of us are somewhere in the middle.
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