On September 11, in memory of a co-worker he lost on that day, he wrote:
I believe in an America that protects those who are the victims of hate and prejudice. I believe in an America that says you have the right to worship whatever God you have, wherever you want to worship. And I believe in an America that says to the world that we are a loving and generous people and if a bunch of murderers steal your religion from you and use it as their excuse to kill 3,000 souls, then I want to help you get your religion back. And I want to put it at the spot where it was stolen from you.
I’m quoting Michael Moore, of course, that guy who has (and shows) the courage of his convictions.
He makes a great suggestion at the end of his piece quoted above, in which he argues that the
mosque community center intended to be built near Ground Zero should be built AT Ground Zero:
I never contribute money to any cause. This time I made an exception.
Michael always seems to get it right!