The city of Kennesaw, which prides itself as the spiritual home of the Second Amendment, is a little less strident when it comes to the First Amendment for Muslim infiltrators.
AJC The city council tonight is to vote on whether to allow an Islamic prayer center to install itself in a shopping center off U.S. 41. As you can see in the video clip below, Mayor Mark Mathews has said the council has never, ever approved such a zoning. Unless, according to the Marietta Daily Journal, it was just this summer:
Records show the council allowed a Pentecostal church to use a retail space in a July vote.
The mayor’s fall-back argument is that because Muslims have daily prayers, and have services on Friday, the storefront mosque would play havoc with secular shoppers forced to navigate a parking lot that is mostly empty — every day of the week.
We are not certain, but we presume that, should this zoning go through, the city council will impress upon the new tenants the importance that Kennesaw places on gun ownership and the right to bear arms. The city has long required heads of households to own a gun – unless they don’t want to. (A wise policy, now that the enemy is in your backyard!)