[National Day of Prayer deemed unconstitutional]
Don't you all see what is going on? They are just paving the way for Shariah law.
[4/25/2010 6:38:32 PM]
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Muslims would want to substitute a National Day of Islamic prayer, not ban prayer altogether. And the Obama administration is challenging the ruling. I thought he was supposed to be our Islamic Radical in Chief according to your theories?
What is this I don't even...
A law is struck down because it is considered an imposition of religion by the state and this will pave the way for greater religious imposition by the state.
Where do you morons get your information?
"They are just paving the way for Shariah law."
Watch too much Fox News, much? We in the UK don't have a 'National Day of Prayer', we have Muslims here, yet we don't have 'Shariah courts'.
The pro-government Muslim Council of Great Britain have said they'll ensure that such will never exist here.
Besides, the US has more immigrants/citizens that are Muslim than the UK.
have Sharia law?
Wait, what? How the HELL would that work??
How?. As far as I am concerned, Muslims pray, and much more than you.
'paving the way for Sharia Law' these days amirite? Seriously, I honestly want to know if there's anything that you don't think is paving the way for Sharia-fucking-Law.
You...are...aware that Sharia Law is based on RELIGIOUS Zealotry enforced as law...right?
They're banning a national day of prayer in order to institute religious laws that include mandatory prayer? Do you even listen to yourself type?
> [National Day of Prayer deemed unconstitutional]
> Don't you all see what is going on? They are just paving the way for Shariah law.
"Shariah Law deemed unconstitutional"
4/26/2010 12:24:11 PM
Paving the way for Shariah law by declaring state-sponsored religion unconstitutional?
Oh wait, you're on rapture ready. You have no idea what Shariah law is, do you?
4/26/2010 12:34:29 PM
Yeah, just like vegetarians are paving the way for Oscar Meyer and Amish people are paving the way for modern technology.
4/26/2010 9:58:19 PM
Secularization = move towards Islamic law.
Makes perfect sense.
The government of the United States is secular, per the US Constitution.
In what way, exactly, does enforcing that lead to Shariah law?
Yeah.. I'm not seeing the connection here...
4/27/2010 8:30:57 PM
4/27/2010 9:14:23 PM
Don't you all see what is going on?
No, and neither do you, likely because there is nothing going on outside of your paranoid persecution complex addled imagination.
They are just paving the way for Shariah law.
And you know this how? The very same reasoning that finds the Day of Prayer to be unconstitutional would also apply it Sharia.
More over, who is going to force Sharia law on the american citizenry? Obama? he's a christian and he doesn't have the power to enact or chage laws by presidential fiat. How about congress? Don't let the fact that the vast majority (%90+) are christians. And let us not forget the Supreme Court? The christian judges that make up %100 of the court are just chomping at the bit to enacts islamic law.
Grow. The. Fuck. Up. Amateur hour is over, quit chasing fairytale fanfic and join the rest of the adults.
I think that you're confused. Continuing the ban on government sponsored religious activities in no way contributes to the adoption of a set of religiously based laws.
Just because it isn't Christian doesn't mean it's all the same.
I really hope this was a troll.
Because Muslims don´t pray?, WTF?
so taking steps back from the way to your version of the shariah law is paving the way towards other's shariah law?
there's a middle way, you know.
What the fuck kind of world does this make sense in?
6/18/2012 6:48:25 PM
No, they're keeping your stupid superstition out of my government.