Michael Moore: Don't build mosque 2 blocks from Ground Zero, build mosque on Ground Zero

Outrageous! This is from Michael Moore's blog: 

I am opposed to the building of the "mosque" two blocks from Ground Zero.
I want it built on Ground Zero.

Why? Because I believe in an America that protects those who are the victims of hate and prejudice. I believe in an America that says you have the right to worship whatever God you have, wherever you want to worship. And I believe in an America that says to the world that we are a loving and generous people and if a bunch of murderers steal your religion from you and use it as their excuse to kill 3,000 souls, then I want to help you get your religion back. And I want to put it at the spot where it was stolen from you.
There's been so much that's been said about this manufactured controversy, I really don't want to waste any time on this day of remembrance talking about it. But I hate bigotry and I hate liars, and so in case you missed any of the truth that's been lost in this, let me point out a few facts:

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What an idiot, now I do agree that something should be built there with proper memorial area, but it should be the buildings that were there plus one floor. This is a business district, they were icons for American prosperity. They should be re built and Michael Moore should be gratiful that passing an Idiot Test isnt requred and he can continue to be the rich, ignorant, obnoxious moroon that he is.

It is amazing that Moore is actually listened to by so many Americans. True to form, his version of "truth" is distorted as usual, to put it mildly. His illustrations are ridiculous and off-point with the only sound reference being fact #4 - the rest is nothing more than a guy with a big mouth, big pocketbook, big ego and big opinion spewing out pompous presumptions. This guy speaks as if he is representing some portion of the victims of the 9/11 tragedy, and to add insult to injury speaks as if he represents the views held by (according to his figures) the 30% of Americans that are on the "right side" of the mosque at Ground Zero controversy. I would like to know from what perspective he is speaking from...personal experience? I highly doubt Mr. Moore has ever faced or encountered a tragedy as epic as the victims and families of those victims of 9/11 have. Yes, it greatly affected America as a whole and rocked us to our core, but I say let the survivors, families of the victims, and volunteers of that lamentable day have the say and let the rest of us say "No More Moore".

 

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