Teabagger Paladino and the Mosque
Carl Paladino, the tea party-backed
underdog victor in New York's Republican gubernatorial primary,
CNN and spent most of the time explaining his opposition to the
proposed Cordoba House Muslim community center
near Ground Zero. Host Rick Sanchez grilled Paladino on the legal
grounds for his pledge to, if elected, use eminent domain
to stop the project. And Paladino ended up defining the area in which
he would prohibit projects like Cordoba House.
Anywhere where the pulverized remains of 9/11 victims settled, he said,
should be off limits to projects like Cordoba House...
After a commercial break, Sanchez asked him to specify just what he
meant about the dust cloud.
"That was a vast dust cloud -- it stretched all the way to Weehaken, to
parts of Hoboken,
miles from where this thing happened." Sanchez said.
"Well I don't think it went out that far. It went out about a quarter
of a mile, I think," Paladino said, before adding.
'Well, I don't know the exact distance, I don't mean to make out that I
know the exact distance. But wherever it went,
wherever that dust is caught in the crevices of buildings or in the
crevices of sidewalks, that's human remains,
and it should be treated that way.
You want to talk about crazy? I watched this, and this
my opinion, the free exercise of religion is NOT a First Amendment
You don't get to say that, Asshole.
That's like saying, "In
my opinion, Toyota doesn't make a Prius."
You don't get to believe in horseshit
under the umbrella of "my opinion."
Oh well, in my opinion, Andrew Cuomo is going to kick his Teabagger ass.
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