We're seeing a misuse, more precisely an inverse use, of the word sacred
The hole left by the Twin Towers is called sacred
by defenders of America who are trying to stop the Cordoba Arab Victory Monument. I understand their impulse, but it's backward and counterproductive.
What happened on 9/11 was a desecration
of our Christian soil by filthy Arabs acting on behalf of a vicious Stone Age anti-god.
It is only sacred
to the idolatrous Arab vermin, who now own the site.
Calling this spot sacred
implies that we are on the same side as the Arabs. The term is thus fully appropriate when used by Grand Vizier Obama and Pasha Bloomberg, who are
on the same side as the Arabs. But the term shouldn't be used by Americans. When we call the site sacred
we only show ourselves to be weak and sad and pathetic, incapable of responding to the desecration.
If an American government had existed in 2001, it would have responded by desecrating Mecca and Medina with 100-megaton bombs, then filling the radioactive craters with 100 megatons of bacon and whiskey.
Mutually Assured Desecration. This is a war between religions, not just an opportunity to whimper and snivel and display teddy bears.
Or rather it would have been a war between religions if Sultan Bush hadn't unconditionally surrendered to his Arab vermin masters.