Kansas lawmakers pass effective ban on Islamic law

Discussion in 'Religion and Spirituality' started by Banjo, May 13, 2012.

  1. Banjo


  2. Get ready to move to Kansas.

    They will offer the new highest speed Google fiber. Sharia law will not be applied there, and if you prefer traditional culture, they are the only ones preserving it.

    Other states with high crime rates and unpayable debts will now try to ruin Kansas's plans, or people will soon wonder why they have to put up with the old way of doing things and move to a better life in Kansas.
  3. Lucrum


  4. Embarrassing?
    It should be taken as a given that only US law applies in the States.
    It's not like we are in the 17th century looking to english common law for guidance.
  5. pspr


    After Oklahoma voters approved a law in 2010 barring state judges from considering Sharia law specifically in making decisions, federal courts granted an injunction preventing the law from taking effect.

    A three-judge panel of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver upheld the injunction, ruling the law unfairly discriminated against a particular religion.

    When this gets to the Supreme Court they had better rule for the American people and not this sharia nonsense.
  6. Lucrum


    It's just about time for another revolution against tyranny.
  7. Tom B

    Tom B

    That should be the case; however, Ruth Bader Ginsburg disagrees.

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  8. Honestly I think she should be offered
    1) Drawn and quartering or
    2) exile to Iran

    there is no excuse for this nonsense
  9. Lucrum


    You're being WAY too kind.
  10. pspr


    I thought she had terminal cancer. I just hope she hangs in there until February although I'm sure she wants Obama to appoint her successor.
    #10     May 13, 2012