Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The question about Ground Zero... not, "Should they be allowed to build a mosque?"

It is, "Should it be built -there?"

Forget the politics, people trying to pour salt into a collective wound or even the right of the project's proponents to build the Cordoba House at Ground Zero. (And yes, because the structure that will house the Cordoba House was damaged by wreckage from the a plane that hit the World Trade Center it is at Ground Zero...)

Let's ask the victims, the survivors, the family members left behind and the eyewitnesses to the horrors of September 11, 2001, what they think of the idea...

1 comment:

The Progressive said...

Very touching sentiments. Now if I can just figure out what 9/11 has to do with building a mosque near ground zero. It's akin to saying that no Christian church should be built near where the federal building was in Oklahoma City because Timothy McVeigh purported to be a Christian.