Obama Being A Peace Maker upset people at ground zero….Others were quick to pounce

President Barack Obama said August 21′st that Muslims have the right to build a mosque near New York’s Ground Zero. In America after 911, we would be upset that it was proven that Muslim were the ones who killed the American at ground zero. Now, not generalizing Muslims, President Obama is for world peace and bringing love to the world. Of Course, for those who lost family members, and those who are clearly against world peace, would turn this all into the biggest negative statement to some.

However calling The President a Muslim and saying many more things that are not true is not positive either. Facts are Facts the President is only stating the fact that everyone should have equal rights. We may not all agree, since he is the 1st African American President how could many agree.

Now that America has a world peace general in the white house it is not accepted. Obama commented during a trip to Florida, where he expanded on a Friday night White House speech asserting that Muslims have the same right to freedom of religion as everyone else in America. Gov. Charlie Crist, R-Fla

“I think he’s right — I mean you know we’re a country that in my view stands for freedom of religion and respect for others,” Christ said after the Florida meeting with Obama and other officials. “I know there are sensitivities and I understand them. This is a place where you’re supposed to be able to practice your religion without the government telling you you can’t.”

Obama replied;

“my intention was simply to let people know what I thought. Which was that in this country we treat everybody equally and in accordance with the law, regardless of race, regardless of religion.”

Opinions are mixed among family members.

Sally Regenhard, whose firefighter son was killed at the World Trade Center, has said the president’s comments show “a gross lack of sensitivity to the 9/11 families and to the people who were lost.”

Where do you stand on this? Are you Far or Against Equal rights?

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