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15 Responses to “ASENDIN FOR SALE”

  1. Betty says:

    You’re right on the money with this column, Ed. I’m proud of you for laying it all out so beautifully. :) ))

    And by the way, Lee Greenwood, who wrote “Born In the USA” used to rehearse in our garage/family room with Bobby Sortillon’s band..and then went off to Las Vegas and wrote that song. Did good, didn’t he?

  2. Hatorade says:


    Problem #1 You state it is NOT a mosque. This would pretty much mean that the First Amendment does NOT apply anymore.

    Problem #2 If this is allowed, then what is to stop some group of pedophiles from organizing a religion and making all of their places of worship directly next to a school?

    Personally, I wish they would let them build the non-mosque building. I mean you know that some Christianized faction will be along shortly to blow it up. Hell, they may get “lucky” and find it chalk full with Muslims. Now the Muslims are mad at the Christians (old news, but meh). Now we get the makings of a religious war on our soil. Good thinking…

  3. edwin says:

    Problem #1. It’s “chock full” not “chalk full”

    Problem #2. Just because it’s not a mosque doesn’t mean it’s still not a place of religious expression.

    Problem #3. The courts would decide, as they have in the past, if the religion in question is actually a bonafide religion or a sleazy attempt to hide secular principles behind religious protections. This is nothing new. It wouldn’t be difficult for the courts to figure out what was going on if NAMBLA started looking for religious protections and asking to build near schools.

    Problem #4. I realize you think you are getting my goat by acting as though you’re all for blowing up a building that is “chalk” full of Muslims. But I see right through your post. It’s all bullshit. From your bullshit name down to your bullshit email to your bullshit comments – you’re not for real.

  4. Shelli says:

    Hell YES!!! Can I get an AMEN!!!??? Thanks again, Ed, for your insight, sarcastically humorous honesty, and gift for “tellin’ it like it is”.

    “The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself!” Wake up people…the fear mongers are eating up your BRAINS!!!

  5. Hatorade says:

    Well, I hate to break it to you. I am for real.

    I also regret to inform you that I belong to the Protestant anti-grammar police, so stop attacking my first amendment rights.

    Oh lord, I had to google what NAMBLA is. I guess they really are free to organize then…

    Did you make an asterisk for real? I didn’t realize that “religious expression” was protected under the First Amendment.

    Your problem #1 would really be a solution by the way ;)

  6. Jennifer Slaughter says:

    “bonor of peace” is the most amazing phrase EVER! I can’t wait to use it in my own rhetoric!

  7. Lee Williams says:

    stroke the shaft of peace and play with the balls of hope… good times.

    My question is: Why is the “men’s wharehouse” that was at the “mosque” site now closed? It’s because there are no jobs to wear suits to…

  8. edwin says:

    It’s yours to use whenever you like Jennifer. Also, feel free to use “Vagina of liberty” which may come in handy some day.

  9. Jennifer Slaughter says:

    definitely adding “vagina of liberty” to my arsenal! that gave me a good laugh this morning…thank you.

  10. Karyl Miller says:

    “Let’s show our enemies they don’t scare us and put that 13story Muslim center smack-dab in the middle of ground zero, like a massive fuck-you finger directed at our enemies, or a welcoming boner of peace, poised and positioned to spread the seed of human rights all over the planet.”

    Well said!

  11. steven demberg says:

    would like to discuss more at “Below the Decks” if you get a chance

  12. Trish says:

    I hope you guys continue forward with this plan! New York is supposed to be the cultural center of the world for crying out loud! Let peace and happiness be with all of your families and I hope Eid was amazing as well!

  13. Lawrence (from Jersey City) says:

    Cordoba, Spain. I lived there for six years. I studied its history, and here’s the grandest of ironies: Cordoba is erroneously depicted as a symbol of the three religions of the west living in harmony sometime between the ninth and thirteenth centuries. You’ll read it practically everywhere, except from the print of an historical scholar. In fact, Cordoba was the seat of Islam’s political power rivaling Baghdad (Al Andalus); it was the epicenter of its imperialistic conquest of southern Europe. The Christians were reviled and the Jews – who were at least followers of Abraham’s monotheism alike the Muslims – were tolerated for pragmatic ends. Once internecine battles erupted among the Muslims “Taifas,” and the fanatic hoards (Almoravides and Almohades) from Northern Africa were recruited as mercenaries (just like today), the Jews were mercilessly persecuted. Even Maimonides had to flee to Egypt, and later, “Zion.” This dramatically increased once the Christian “reconquest” arrived.

    As of the last twenty years, extremist Muslims exhort “reconquest” of Al Andalus, specifically, Cordoba. It is a symbol of past political, and religious glory. Glory it was not. Averroes, the acclaimed Arabic philosopher, was banished, or face death, from Cordoba, on account of his modern thought. Just like today!

    I now make my point. We must not respond with intolerance or our enemies will be vindicated. This is a balance difficult to achieve. I know you read between the lines and see my point. “Cordoba” is a symbol.

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  15. Sheila G. says:

    Ed, you are my new hero… thanks for bringing the voice of reason to this much debated hot topic.

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