posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 08:42 PM
reply to post by OldDragger
Couldn't agree more.
It is sad to see people who profess themselves as one thing and then act otherwise.
More power to them [those that are engaging in the act of burning the Koran] but they will find out that while it is okay to do something, it will
bring bad light upon not only themselves but their professed religion.
On the complete other hand, just because I want to play a bit of devil's advocate, I was pondering if there was a deeper reason to all this.
Are they trying to make a point of some sort? That their actions, while Constitutionally protected and most likely frowned upon by the general
populace be held to the same standard as the Mosque issue?
Are they hopping that the attention they draw will prove that most lawmakers and politicians are very selective in their upholding of the
To me, it seems idiotic overall what they are doing, but then again, maybe we don't have the whole story....
Always ask more questions than what is given....