A Brit Speaks Out about USA and the Mosque in NY

by Steve Ray on August 24, 2010

I couldn’t agree more!  

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Theresa Schortgen August 25, 2010 at 12:21 AM

Thank you!
Can I Facebook this Brit’s talk?

Francis Damian Adorable August 25, 2010 at 12:32 AM

Wow! Lord, have mercy. The times are revealing itself.

Lynda Grant August 25, 2010 at 5:59 PM

I couldn’t agree more either! What is happening to this once great country? It feels like we have become so extremely tolerate over so many issues, we are now in a coma when it comes to all issues. People have said for many years now, one day we will wake up and not recognize this country; I think that day is approach quickly. God help us and forgive us for our pride!

Joseph Wetterling August 26, 2010 at 5:23 PM


On the downside, it’s unfortunate that the speaker – Pat Condell – is a Catholic- (and every other non-atheist-) bashing atheist. That doesn’t make him any less right though, in this particular video.

It only goes to show that Truth is objective and universal, and everyone can strike on it even if they don’t recognize Who it is. Or to put it another way, if you give an atheist a stick and set him near the pinata of Truth, eventually, we’ll still all get candy.

Jeff Sharp September 3, 2010 at 1:01 PM

Mr Condell is absolutely right in everything said! How arrogant is the proposal? How many Shinto Shrines or Buddist Temples have been built at Pearl Harbor? The real problem is Islamist expansion into the West coupled with dysfunctional politicians that cannot fathom a proper response. This is far more than a single, offensive mosque – it’s about whether or not our national identity & freedoms remain. Or, do we allow self-serving, dysfunctional radicals to dictate to us? A proper response is to unambiguously tell the ‘good ol’ boys’ behind the proposal “NO!” and, leave it at that. If they want to whine about our rejection of it, let them. They’re going to whine anyway. It’ll become a propoganda tool regardless of what we say or do. I supervise hundreds of dysfunctional personalities every day at work – in a governmental agency. It’s not anything new.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: