Well, I must admit, I fell for this shit. Calling it the Ground Zero Mosque just made it sound like a vulgar and insensitive* thing to do, even if it was being done on private land. But it turns out that actually, it's not actually at Ground Zero.
Which is, let's face it, kind of important. The fact that it's not a mosque, but some sort of community centre is less important, in my opinion, but still a factor.
So when the people objecting to this are saying is "it's tacky to build a mosque at Ground Zero", they're actually saying "it's tacky to build a thing of a Muslim-ish persuasion within a certain distance of Ground Zero, and by the way, we get to decide the distance that's acceptable."
So if you're a fucking Muslim within some arbitrary distance of Ground Zero, you better be prepared to travel to hang out with your mates.
Jesus. So here's me applauding Obama again and agreeing with Sunny Hundal.
I need to wash.
Update: It does appear that there is a very strong, different point of view. I am now confused again.
*Yes, I really did just say this.