Thursday, March 31, 2011

Ban Sharia Law in the US while we still can

The US Constitution is the supreme law of the land. All federal, state, and local laws must comply with the supreme law of the land.

Sharia law does not comply with the US Constitution and is therefore invalid anywhere in the United States. Presumably, immigrants (including Muslims) come here for the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.

That being the case, one would assume that those immigrants would leave behind the tyranny (Sharia Law) from which they flee. Yet, many Muslims insist on practicing Sharia Law in the US.

Alaska State Representative Carl Gatto has introduced a bill that would prohibit Alaska courts from applying foreign law (dunno why he wouldn't prohibit applying foreign law altogether) if it would violate an individual's rights guaranteed by the Constitutions of the United States or of the state of Alaska. That sure makes a lot of sense to me, yet Gatto's bill is meeting a bit of opposition not only from Muslims, but from Alaskan legislators and citizens (all Dumocrats, oddly enough) who don't seem to respect the Constitution they've sworn to defend.

See Time to Unmask Muhammad

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