Tuesday, February 8, 2011

We don't any Sharia Laws in the USA; so how about Mormon, Christian and Jewish laws?

ThinkProgress » REPORT: At Least 13 States Have Introduced Bills Guarding Against Non-Existent Threat Of Sharia Law

According to the Billings Gazette, State Rep. Gerald Gay (R) proposed the constitutional amendment "as a 'pre-emptive strike' to ensure judges don't rely on Shariah [sic] in cases involving, for example, arranged marriages, 'honor killings' or usury cases."

This is just too weird. How about Christian laws that allow parents to kill their children with prayers instead of providing professional medical care? Isn't that a form of 'honor killing'. Christianity also lists usury as a sin. Mormons have arranged marriages for little girls with their relatives. Everyone keeps saying our laws are based on the Ten Commandments handed down by God to Moses. To me it is just another group of meaningless religious nonsense.

I can't believe there is not a single lawyer in any of these 13 states who has read the US Constitution's First Amendment. Congress can not make any laws that establish a religion, ergo, no Sharia Law, and no damn Christian, Mormon, or Jewish laws either.

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