Are The Founding Fathers Behind Mosque Opposition?

In a surprise announcement by the Princess-of-the-House, Nancy Pelosi has gone on-the-record in favor of a full investigation of the Founding Fathers for their part in the rising opposition to the New York City mosque being built near ground zero. 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday said she supports an investigation into groups opposing the building of a mosque near ground zero in New York.

Pelosi told San Francisco’s KCBS radio that “there is no question there is a concerted effort to make this a political issue by some.”

“I join those who have called for looking into how is this opposition to the mosque being funded,” she said. “How is this being ginned up?”

Logically, anyone who expresses their opposition to the mosque is practicing their freedom of speech and any group who does so is practicing their right of assembly (also known as the right of association), so the blame for the rising opposition to this ludicrous idea clearly lies at the feet of the Founders. They were, after all, the authors of the Bill of Rights where the First Amendment deals with the Freedom of Speech and the Freedom of Assembly. 

Of course, Princess Pelosi isn’t totally opposed to the Bill of Rights. She appears to support the part about Freedom of Religion, even using the Freedom of Speech she objects to others using in order to share her New Age version of John 1:14:

I guess in the NIV Bible Pelosi reads (Nancy Improvised Version), “fill it in with whatever you want” means that you can replace Jesus with radical Islam. And if you object to a shrine being built to celebrate the murder of thousands of Americans on American soil, then you don’t know how to “give voice” to the Word and you must be investigated. 

Of course, opposition to free speech when discussing political differences is nothing new to leaders of the Democrat Progressive party. In fact, it must be some sort of requirement if you want to hold a position of leadership.

“What we have is two important values in conflict: freedom of speech and our desire for healthy campaigns in a healthy democracy. You can’t have both.” – Dick Gephardt

Yep, the last thing we need in political campaigns is freedom of speech. Geez, what were those Founders thinking?

But that lines up perfectly with the Princess. According to her, these free speech groups are only opposing the mosque because they want to make this “political.” So obviously, it must be stopped. Of course, Nancy has been the perfect example of keeping differences “non-political.”

She avoided being political when asked differences with the T.E.A. Party.

She avoided being political with insurance companies who opposed healthcare.

She avoided being political with the CIA flap over water-boarding.

As we can see, Pelosi is a shining of example of political neutrality. And since anyone who disagrees with her about anything obviously has a political agenda, maybe it’s time we deal with those so-called “patriots” who founded America by correcting their obvious errors when it comes to freedom of speech and assembly.

Perhaps she can team up with the chosen one and simply abolish the Constitution. Actually, I think they’ve already been working on that.

 

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