posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 08:42 AM
I will likely be labeled a bigot for this post but I feel strongly about this.
In a nation where Christmas gets so much heat that we can't even mention it is the celebration of the Savior's birth, a place where the ten
commandments (one of the earliest laws) can't be in courthouses, and where they protest a huge cross in the middle of a desert we have this issue!
(excuse run on sentence)
I agree that we are a nation of diverse religious backgrounds and as such we all are free to worship in whatever way we choose. I get that, but I
just don't understand the vilification of anything Christian and the fear of offending anything Muslim.
A president that chose not to have the National Day of Prayer honored in the White House, not canceled (check snopes) has a dinner in the White House
Which way is it these days? We offend Christians all the time remember the Crucifix in urine, but we dare not offend the Islamic Community, current
flap about the cartoon with Mohammed! So we can offend the majority but not the minority? Political Correctness is running amok and this is just
Where the mosque is going to be located coupled with the day it is said to be unveiled is an affront to the families of the dead. But I feel the
bigger question is a POTUS that won't honor a National Day of Prayer in the White House and prefers to do it privately then turns around and honors
Maybe the "crazy conservatives" weren't that far off.
[edit on 8/14/2010 by redhead57]