The developers of the so-called Ground Zero mosque rejected New York Gov. David Paterson's offer to provide state property if the project is moved farther away from where the twin towers once stood. In an effort to appease disputing parties, Paterson had said Tuesday that he would provide state help to the group sponsoring the Cordoba House if the developers opt to move it elsewhere. "Frankly, if the sponsors were looking for property anywhere at a distance that would be such that it would accommodate a better feeling among the people who are frustrated, I would look into trying to provide them with the state property they would need," Paterson said. While Paterson has "no objection" to the mosque being built a few blocks away from Ground Zero, he said hes "very sensitive to the desire of those who are adamant against it to see something else worked out." FOXNews.com - Offer Rejected to Move Mosque Away From Ground Zero to 'State Property' so an alternative solution was offered and refused by the tolerants?? how amusing it is.