In my mind the man sounds a bit like a nut, partly over the issue of burning the Koran, partly because of statements he has made since then.
My question though, is what do you think about it?
The pastor, sane or not, has created a stir.
We have the Secretary of Defense, Bill Gates condemning it.
We have the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton condemning it.
We have the media condemning it.
We have Muslims oversees rioting and burning American flags in condemnation. Death to America.
One would think they would have been equally outraged by this:
Christians in Gaza Fear for Their Lives as Muslims Burn Bibles and Destroy Crosses
Does anyone reading this actually believe Hillary Clinton or Bill Gates condemned this harassment of Christians and the burning of their Holy Book and crosses?
What about all of those moderate Muslims out there? Think any of them stood up and condemned this action?
Maybe the ones burning the flag and chanting death to America. Maybe they rioted over this treatment of Christians?
Do you think this was even covered by the fringe media in the US?
So, I ask again. What do you think about burning the Koran?
Is it a hate crime?
Should it be allowed and celebrated as a free speech right like desecrating the American flag or Christian religious symbols are?
Or, should we take the moral high ground and show we are better than the savages of Islam and the left?
What are your thoughts?