Once again, we find that people who pose as Liberals, opposing Jewish and Christians incursions into the public sector, are not nearly so Liberal when it comes to opposing Islamic infiltration.
I am thoroughly disgusted with American's United for the Separation of Church and State. They are no better than the ACLU, and the SPLC. Disgusting all the way through.
The truth is, they do not believe in what they say they believe in. They are anti-Judeo-Christian bigots posing as crusaders for Separation of Church and State (a cause I support, but I have to call a spade a spade here).
Sharia Charade: Oklahoma Ballot Measure Reflects Religious Intolerance
In just six days, Oklahoma voters will decide whether they want to write religious intolerance into their state’s constitution.
That’s what they will be doing if they vote “yes” for a constitutional amendment that would prohibit courts from considering “sharia” – Islamic law – when deciding cases. Since our Constitution already separates religion and government, this proposal has no legitimate purpose.
Supporters are simply fanning the flames of religious discrimination and intolerance. I hope Oklahomans see that.
Supporters of the measure claim it’s the only way to protect the state from a takeover by Islamic extremists.
“There is actually a huge pocket of terrorist organizations operating out of Oklahoma,” said Brigitte Gabriel, founder of “Act! For America,” which is backing the measure. “I know this because I work with members of the FBI who are in counter-terrorism and who are paying attention to what’s happening in Oklahoma. What we are seeing right now, not only in Oklahoma, but nationwide [is] where there is a large concentration of Muslim population, [there are] more demands and more push for sharia law.”
Sadly, Gabriel and her allies have fooled a lot of people in Oklahoma into believing that if they don’t vote “yes,” Islamic law will become the basis for American law. A poll by The Tulsa World in July found that 49 percent of voters support the amendment compared to 24 percent who opposed it and 27 percent who were undecided.
It’s really disappointing that the current anti-Islam sentiments circulating in the nation have enabled such fear mongering. Let’s be clear: The U.S. Constitution already states that religion cannot be the basis of our laws. The First Amendment mandates the separation of church and state.
So, "Americans United for the Separation of Church and State", if what you say is true, then why are our children being asked to play Muslim for a day in schools, reciting the shehada, and going to Mosques?
Why is there a Sharia court in Texas?
Why was the Sharia Court approved by the Second Court of Appeals?
Where did the Americans United for Separation of Church and State stand with regard to those issues?
Crickets chirping, eh?
FUCK YOU. You guys have lost your moral right to advocate.