Family members of those killed at Ground Zero bring differing perspectives to the issue of the planned Islamic center and prayer room a few blocks away.
This morning on the CBS News program "The Early Show," they had two guests representing both sides of the debate. Opposing the mosque -- Jim Riches. He is a former deputy with the New York City Fire Deparment. His son Jimmy died on 9/11.
The hot point in the interview came when Riches railed against President Obama:
Riches explained his opposition to the Islamic center this way: