October 7, 2010

SETTING ASIDE THE HILARITY OF SAYING THIS AT A YMHA...:

David Axelrod, Elie Wiesel lament fanaticism (BEN SMITH, 10/6/10, Politico)

[David] Axelrod is known for his melancholy outlook and has made no secret of his eagerness to leave the White House and return to Chicago after the 2010 elections. But his dour assessment of the American moment at the 92nd Street Y event on Manhattan's Upper East Side carried a tinge of disappointment that has come to color the end of the beginning of the Obama presidency.

Axelrod also offered an impromptu endorsement to Wiesel's suggestion that a planned Islamic Center near the World Trade Center site be replaced by an interfaith center.
...why not build both?

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 7, 2010 2:27 PM
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