I take your point. But the "case" I refer to is that to deny the building, which is based on religion. In this case, matters such as zoning issues disappear in a flash of Constitutional wonderment.
The 14th Amendment is good to. Can anchor babies tear it up?
The case has already been determined as a test of the separation of Church and State.
I can see I can't tell you you're wrong. This case will.
btw. There are plenty of people who know that this issue sails over zoning restrictions and lands directly with 'Church and State'.
It seems some conservatives know where to lodge such a petition. The American Center for Law and Justice is taking on the case. This conservative group is preparing legal action to challenge the vote that cleared the way for the mosque to be built. This should be fun.
Go for it! Don't let those Judges tell you that the Constitution, as the wonderful thing it is, separates the Church from the State. Keep going until you find a Judge that thinks you're right.
Go go go go! You can do it!