That is of course as opposed to 'showing solidarity' for our brothers and sisters who were the Muslim's victims and their families on 911 who were actually for all intents and purposes GOD LOVING AMERICANS. (and don't give me the 'Jews stayed home on 911 crud please loons)
My comment both at the original story and the email I fired off to these people went as follows:
Dear Madams, Sirs, Both, Either or WhateverTF it is:
Since you're being so charitable and deciding to 'throw out' the 'real' separation between state and religion you folks on the left rely on to remove GOD from the public square and discombobulate at the same time, will you consider my religion of "DislikeMuslim-ism" where we practice our dislike for murdering, female abusing, western hating, terrorism and Taquiyya practicing Muslims?
Since you're allowing they to be represented, certainly we think to aid you in 'filling out the rolls' can scrounge up one of our local members to do the morning invocation as well, that is 'right' after they're done with theirs at your little United Nations morning soirees..
Just some food for thought for anywhere USA who would elect Barney Frank to any office other than AIDS specialist.
Whaddaya know, it seems this blogging ^%$# does work after all from time to time!
After November hopefully it will be more often than not and not needed quite as often. Then again after blogging through the entire Bush administration defending many of his decisions, that can be just as tiring as fighting them when they're in power which has been proven again to be a detriment to the entire globe.
City Council May Pull Plug on Muslim Prayer Idea
NBC Connecticut: "The Hartford City Council is reconsidering its proposal to have local imams perform Islamic invocations at the beginning of council meetings in September.
Council President rJo Winch called a news conference Wednesday to address the uproar over the proposal she supported Tuesday.
In an email sent out by the City Council on Tuesday called the plan 'an act of solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters.'
But since a story was posted on NBCConnecticut.com, Winch and other council members said they have received numerous complaints and even some hate emails over the decision to begin the meetings with Muslim prayers.
'Where is the separation between church and state?,' wrote one anonymous reader. 'Why not an act of solidarity with your New York City American brothers and sisters who were attacked on 9/11?,' wrote another.
The email from the City Council referenced the ongoing battle over a proposed mosque in New York. 'One of the goals of the Council is to give a voice to the many diverse peoples of the City, which is especially important given the recent anti-Islam events throughout the country,' the email read. continued