Canada...luching and stumbling towards Sharia

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Canada...luching and stumbling towards Sharia

Our goody-two-shoes neighbor, Canada, is suffering collective dementia and wanting to feel oh so good about themselves elected the nit wit for PM and he, like the witless, nit wit he is, thinks we can all live together in peace and harmony....

Welcome...just don't kill me

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Sounds like a good reason to

Sounds like a good reason to beef up security at the Canadian border crossings....

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Thick Forest is our only

Thick Forest is our only defense on the Northern Border... that, and the fact that most folks up there are armed.

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Bring it muzzies.

Bring it muzzies.
I'm already applying for the permits to open a season for jihadists.
The only difference between them and coyotes would be the bait.
Goats will have to be alive for it to work.

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Ugeneto do you think their

Ugeneto do you think their destination will be the Desert Of Maine?

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Probably a little more

Probably a little more diversity for the trustafarians down there in Freeport would make them both happy.
They might be able to teach them to make hunting boots.....

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Adoption of the concepts of

Adoption of the concepts of Sharia would be fine since the Muslim law is very simple and in its unadulterated state is basically the Ten Commandments which the Muslims appropriated from the Hebrews. The problem is that in its adulterated form it still does not punish theft, allowing some to avoid that punishment. Even if it replaced all current law and it will not, certain individuals, the government and in particular the banks would still be allowed to legally steal and go unpunished as would others who openly steal through fraud, extortion or directly rob. Under Hebrew law, theft is punishable by death. The reason being is to punish those who do and deter others from trying to. Don't believe me, just read the Torah's book of Leviticus.

By the way, the Qur'an does not contain half of the prohibitions or benefits for which it is credited. As above, I have read it and you should too.

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Pmconusa...there is no room

Pmconusa...there is no room for another legal system in this country.....period.

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John W is correct we already

John W is correct we already have two justice systems in the USA, one for us and one for special people, that is enough

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You are correct. The problem

You are correct. The problem is the legal system in the United States is no longer governed by the constitutions of the states and the federal government that allow only laws for the defense of the states and the people of the state and must apply to all. The prohibitions in these documents have been emasculated by the politicians in the favor of those who elected them. A classic case is what is currently one of the biggest problems facing the nation, immigration. The Constitution stipulates the original States have the power to admit anyone they please and the Congress can only stop it. If you don't believe me just read Article 1 Section 9. The intent was to grow the country from within and provide for the progeny of its original citizens. Every other problem we face is as a result of this emasculation. Sharia law is an emasculation of the law's of Moses as laid down in the Book of Leviticus. The changes that were made by those who were supposed to enforce the law but wanted to exempt themselves from its provisions. How soon we forget that one of things people complained about in the 1950s and 1960s were Congress' exemption of themselves from the laws they passed.

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