A Fitting Tribute to Obama’s Ground Zero Mosque Endorsement

Obama’s endorsement of the Ground Zero victory mosque deserves a tribute. Remember this July 2008 New Yorker cover?

Not so far fetched, is it?

His “backtrack” was lame as shit:

“I was not commenting and I will not comment on the wisdom of making the decision to put a mosque there,” Obama continued. “I was commenting very specifically on the right people have that dates back to our founding. That’s what our country is about. And I think it’s very important as difficult as some of these issues are that we stay focused on who we are as a people and what our values are all about.”

Our values don’t include prostrating to a violent Islamic culture that uses terrorism, rape, and murder as part of its religious doctrine. You’ll note that his speech didn’t have one single reference to Ground Zero or why Americans are so pissed off at this latest Islamofascist insult.

The Leftards who incessantly squawk about removing any vestiges of “evil” religion from America, always seem to find themselves on the side of the most evil religion on the planet.

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