Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
So a Christian who is against the building of a mosque at a particular place is a utomatically a bigot, while a Muslim against the same mosque is not? PLease... enlighten us as to how?
No, there's nothing automatic about it. He used the qualifier "most" before saying "bigots", which is important. I would certainly agree that a sizable portion of the people who are so vehemently against the Islamic community centre/mosque/whatever being built in New York are only against the building of that community centre/mosque/whatever due to a dislike and bigotry towards Islam.

However, there are also undoubtedly other people, Muslim, Christian, Jewish or anything else, who are against it for better reasons. So, do not twist his words into a partisan statement, when it was clearly just a commonly held and validated theory about the irrational hatred towards Islam in the United States.