Obama Supports Ground Zero Mosque, Greg Gutfeld Proposes Muslim Gay Bar

After weeks of avoiding the battle over whether or not building a giant mosque just feet away from Ground Zero is appropriate, Obama finally came out Friday to defend the building of the mosque.

According to The New York Times, Obama used a White House dinner celebrating Ramadan to proclaim that “as a citizen, and as president, I believe that Muslims have the same right to practice their religion as anyone else in this country.” He also stated that "Al Qaeda’s cause is not Islam — it is a gross distortion of Islam."

However, Congressman Peter King (R-NY) told Fox News:

"The attack was carried out in the name of Islam," and the imam who was behind the construction of the mosque reportedly has questionable views of tolerance, including support for the terrorist group Hamas.

Greg Gutfeld, who hosts the Fox News show "Red Eye," has a much different approach to the controversy. Below, he explains to Glenn Beck his idea of opening a Muslim gay bar next to the mosque to show even further communication and tolerance. Gutfeld said that if New York accepts the mosque, then the mosque should accept the gay-friendly bar.

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Humor & sex, the great equalizers....  Is Glenn Beck a little nervous talking about sex, especially homosexuality, or is he just trying VERY hard to NOT break into a fit of uncontrollable giggling?  Maybe not 'newsworthy', but Beck really liked this story, I guess because it makes a good point.

Tolerance....."The second major problem developed when others who had remained in harmony with, or had chosen to reconnect with, the Divine Force, began to "help" those who did not maintain that harmony.  In some instances, they insisted that their way be followed because, after all, they knew what was "best."  This was the problem...judgment!"  Even though this gesture of 'helping' was well meant, "the judgments and the resulting interference caused major alterations in the vibrational nature of humanity and they continue to do so on this planet."

From "Many were Called, Few were Chosen", by Dr. Heather Anne Harder

In Dr. Harder's book, she talks about how our Free Will led to choices, which led to some choosing to separate from the vibrational harmony of the "God Force", which led to a vibrational change for those who separated--an actual lowering of the vibrational frequency of their being, at the quantum level.

We are all energy, vibrating at different frequencies.  Judgment lowers a person's vibrational frequency.  I like to think that "tolerance" is a positive word, whereas "intolerance" is a negative word, but when we even want to force people to be tolerant, that changes the whole energy of what should be a positive experience.

I say, intolerance is inevitable, get over it.  Stop trying to make people think your way.  What's important is how we deal with it.  Dr. Harder wrote that if only we had "simply shared the array of choices rather than trying to dictate the right behavior, life would be very different today."

Food for thought...
 

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