Newt Gingrich is pulling no punches in No ground zero mosque
and what about the fact that we can build no Christian churches in Saudi?
Frank Gaffney, Jr. has a good piece for us to consider as the plans for a mosque at Ground Zero move forward. On the outside, the chant for "interfaith" understand is like a lullaby to our tolerant ears because that is what we wish it could be - like the woman going through a divorce after having been beaten for years by her brutal husband. She prays "oh if only things could be better, he'd change..." Her prayers in vain because at his core his belief system tells him that she is weak and worthless and deserves his beatings."
At their core, the Islamists know that we are weak and deserving of whatever treatment can be inflicted upon us. To them, our attempts at "talking" are demonstrations of our abiding weakness and our internal corruption, our lack of faith in our God and our lack of internal courage.
From the Center for Security Policy, read A Shrine to Sharia
which could better be termed, a shrine to our surrender to Islam...
But that one surrender will not be enough. Under the Mullahs, we, the Great Satan, must be brought to our knees and we now have the confluence of administration and Congress to do it. The horror is that while they see us as weak, it may not be weakness at all but rather design...
Do the angels weep for our once Shining City on a Hill now mired in the "post-American presidency" to use the phrase used by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer in their new book, The Post-American Presidency
. The link is to a post at The American Thinker.
Labels: American Thinker, Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Shrine at Ground Zero