Seems like some people haven't read their pocket Constitutions.
The above-linked story discusses how Ground Zero isn't the only spot where people oppose the building of mosques. In fact, as the story claims, there's tension in places such as Tennessee - a land usually well known for its shrines to country deities, and hence its religious tolerance.
To show how some people really feel about Islam, we've included this direct quote:
"They are not a religion. They are a political, militaristic group," said Bob Shelton, a 76-year-old retiree who lives in the area.
It's probably too late to convince Shelton of anything other than his infallible beliefs. However, for others, it's possible that they may not grow up to believe millions of people who follow a specific faith intend to destroy our way of life.
And I'm not talking about Scientology.
We here at PP&B predict that those who hope to stop people from building a religious building on their land are going to run into a serious roadblock. You better wise up and discover that doing what you want with your own land is intrinsically American.
Even if that specific phrase doesn't appear verbatim in your pocket Constitution.