Skip to comments.Brownback signs bill blocking use of Islamic law
Posted on 05/25/2012 4:30:15 PM PDT by LSUfan
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed into law a bill aimed at keeping Kansas courts or government agencies from basing decisions on Islamic or other foreign legal codes...
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Good for you...
I can’t believe this would even be necessary. I am glad I won’t be around to see America in another 30 or 40 years.
The right thing to do. It should be a Federal law.
Didn’t Oklahoma do the same thing until some court told them they couldn’t have such a law?
This is absolutely necessary given that several courts now have cited ‘international law’ and islamic law in their decisions.
Same here.. in 40 years or so, non-muslim Americans will be begging for the right to express their religious faith without being killed.
“Governor Brownback...you will report to Eric Holder’s office at 9:00am Monday morning.”
A Related Question: Is he, still, for amnesty for illegal immigrants?
Brownback was a singularly lackluster presidential candidate, but seems to be doing some good things as governor of KS.
He certainly has to be considered a sharp and favorable contrast to Sillybus.
Little tiny tears are in my eyes.
When Islam knows they’re not going to be successful with the sword, they try the pen of the law.
As we all have witnessed, the Islam cult keeps pushing Europe to the brink, due to their political correctness and immigration policies. European politicians are afraid.
Remember the "tube tunnel" bombings in England? Remember the Spain bombings that changed their political structure?
Let those Islamo-facists just once pull a Beslan in an American mall or event. How many law-abiding citizens own weapons in the USA, again? While so many may not care about politics and obsessed with American Idol, just watch what happens when we get a mass killing at the local Walmart.
Snipers are going to come out of the woodwork and kill every Muslim they can target. I don't want such to happen, but it's coming. If not above, then maybe a dirty bomb or worse, a nuclear explosion.
I'm so glad I'm heading into the back-stretch of life. This is not the country I grew up in, nor the world. There was a time when we recognized who was a threat to liberty and our productive way of life and we dead them.
We got a new message with Iraq and Aftganiscrap, but then decided we wanted to make nice and nation build. Their sick cult will always revert back to their cultish barbarism. Egypt is now voting in the Muslim Brotherhood. So much for the "Arab Spring". Pfft!
I've pretty much reached the point where I turn off the news and think about having the best days with my SO. The "gimmes" are now becoming the majority around the entire world, and they include their socialist mentality with a stupid belief that all cultures are equal in their unattenable utopian ideals. I actually see end times coming. That said, I will fight if they want to fight.
They are approching this wrong, they need to word it so as follows:
“We will not base our legal decisions that legals systems that still endorse the following:
Violence against women
Mutilation of Women
Killing of Religious Apostates
Killing of People of other Religions
Basically don’t name I-Slam by name but word the law that it will exclude it based on it’s merit.
Then when the left complains then you can have them get up to defend Sharia Law bay having to admit “well it does advocate for the killing of apostates, but...”
And it will expose the Darkness of Sharia law by merit and not by just name.
That’s my Gov!
I just found out about this from vdare.com. The article concerns Kansas Senator Tim Owens who is embarassed by this anti-sharia law. I think Senator Owens needs some educating, it seems that he believes that this law makes Kansas look redneck. Ooh, thems fighting words.
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