Saturday, August 14, 2010
By Steven L. Taylor

If it was called the “Burlington Coat Factory community center” would anyone care about Cordoba House?

From me @OTB:  Cordoba House and the Power of Political Marketing

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4 Responses to “A Question about the so-called “Ground Zero mosque””

  1. genera Says:

    Is this is a Progressive trying to ‘rationalize’ the opposition? NY and AMerica would oppose the Muslim center because of its location.

  2. Steven L. Taylor Says:

    And yet, there seems to be more than just opposition to this project in this location.

    To wit:

    Anti-Muslim Sentiment In America: It’s Not Just About A Mosque Near “Ground Zero”

    Arlington mosque reports vandalism, fire.

    No more mosques, period

  3. walt moffett Says:

    The next step I think will be purging Arabic words, like algebra, azimuth and coffee, and close government observation of Shriners and their go karts of mass distraction.

  4. B. Minich Says:

    Well, we’d also need to get rid of Arabic numerals. Roman Numerals forever! Imagine the affect on productivity

    It also gets rid of that pesky number zero.

    Although we’d have to come up with a new name for Ground Zero, and by extension, the Ground Zero Mosque.

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