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Jeff, Go back and read Gov. Paterson's and the liberal darling,of all time, Gov. Howard Dean's remarks regarding the location of the mosque in question. They both state that they'd like it to be moved. It's in black and white, for your perusal. Secondly, the ADL, through its spokesperson, Abe Foxman,states that it be moved, too. None of these indivduals have either implied or stated that they're against building a mosque. They're only requesting that due to the sensitivity of the sight, where a landing gear of one of the hijacked jets landed on top of the intended sight, that it be located in another area of N.Y.C. Approximately 70% of Americans, including myself, feel the same way. But, again, I ask you to re-read Gov. Paterson's, Gov. Deans and Senator's remarks regarding the mosque. You can ignore Ms. Fakih's (MIss USA) remarks, too, if you wish, but she mirrors mine, the president of al Arabiya television, Foxman's, Dean's and Paterson's. And, lastly, you know precisely what Paterson and Dean stated, and, yet, you begin your remarks to me with complete misinformation, misleading other readers, shame on you!