Wishy-washy has not often been used to describe New Yorkers, but they certainly appear to have earned that title tonight.
A new poll suggests almost two-thirds of them prefer the planned (and controversial) mosque project planned for New York City, but they don't want it built close to the site where the World Trade Center towers stood.
Isn't that a bit too much like "I was for it before I was against it"?
Come on, either you support religious freedom fully and unequivocally, or you don't.
The question of where the mosque might be built could soon be replaced by another: Will it? The Washington Post reports the developers are facing significant financial problems as they press ahead with their plans.