The president's defense
of a mosque at Ground Zero was, in spirit, a good thing, even if the mainstream media in attendance didn't make note of the fact that they came on a Friday night just as the news cycle was winding down.
Too bad they came weeks after NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg
, former Republican, essentially said the same thing only more eloquently and in the middle of the week, in the middle of the day.
Once again, Obama failed to rise to the aid of a people whose business addresses weren't on Wall Street. And, once again, Robert Gibbs was wrong: The fight over whether or not a $100,000,000 mosque and community center should be put up near Ground Zero is not "a local matter." The Republican racism, fearmongering and religious snobbery that's largely opposed it (no thanks to the redundant ADL
) stabbed right into the heart of what America is: An all inclusive melting pot of a nation in which no man, and no religion, is better than another.
But then again, what can you say about a political party that's not only famous for being crybabies, but are even afraid of them