it’s time for New Yorkers to stop talking haughtily about the prejudices of flyover country. According to Fox, 30 percent of Americans support building the mosque near Ground Zero. In New York City, according to Marist, it’s 34 percent. That, evidently, is the margin of blue state decency. Turns out that when push comes to shove, folks in the Big Apple are about as concerned about the rights of Muslims as folks in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Who says we’re a nation divided, that we can’t find common ground? Almost a decade later, we’ve finally done it: The memory of September 11 has brought us together again.
We are beginning to have a theory about the ferocity and volume of the Democrat-Media-Left’s politically crazy opposition to what 7 out of 10 Americans think.
In the wake of 9-11 we began to see lapel flags on politicians and newsmen, and it often seemed out of character: They had to act like they approved of the warmongering rubes that comprised the vast majority of Americans at that time. But it’s been almost a decade since 9-11. We believe we’re now seeing what many on the Left really thought in those bad old days but were afraid to express, and that’s why they’re doubly angry and loud today.