Ever since the Ground Zero mosque controversy first began, the big question has been: “What construction worker in New York City would be willing to build this mosque?”
Arabs and Pakistanis are not known for their construction skills — in Saudi and Dubai they have to hire Germans or Swedes or Brits or Canadians or Japanese or Americans to build their fancy towers.
In this Fox and Friends interview, Andrew Sullivan conveys the anger and frustration felt by the rank-and-file construction workers in New York at what they feel as their mayor’s betrayal. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for YouTubing the video and adding the animation at the end:
And, yes, I admit it — I had a hand in the graphics used in that animation.
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