OpenLine: Sharia law
April 9, 2012 7:14PM
Updated: May 11, 2012 8:02AM
There’s a story of a masquerade party in Philadelphia where someone’s costume was the Prophet Muhammad. This person was beaten by a someone of the so-called religion of peace, Islam. When the case went to court, the person who did the beating didn’t get any type of fine or punishment, but the person who was beaten was told by the judge that the beating was justified because he had offended the Muslim’s religion. Did I mention that the judge is of the Islamic religion and the person who was beaten is an atheist? If anyone out there believes that Sharia law isn’t slowly being leached into the judicial system, they are clueless.
Let’s limit government
I stand corrected. Chuck Johnson is correct. The government does create jobs. You know, I think the government should hire more street cleaners. Our streets are so dirty now. We also need more traffic controllers. We need at least two of those on every corner. Who needs traffic lights anyway? We also need more inspectors to ensure that all those new regulations put into place to kill the small businesses are enforced. How about more tax collectors to go after that evil 50 percent who are paying all the federal income tax today? Government should be limited to providing security and safety for all its citizens. Chuck, welcome back from Greece.
Supporting the 1 percent?
Teddy Roosevelt — a Republican, go figure — in 1907 passed the Tillman Act making it a felony for big corporations to give money to politicians, which was overturned by Citizens United in 2010. And the Supreme Court said we will do away with this law. I guess the Supreme Court is for the 1 percenters, too.