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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 9 years ago

Do you agree with Herman Cain that Muslims in Congress support sharia law?

Or do you agree with the Founders that people should be free to practice whatever religion they like?

http://weaselzippers.us/2011/04/05/herman-cain-dem...

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  • 9 years ago
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    That's ridiculous.

    What matters is the U.S. Constitution, and it does not support Sharia law.

    Cain is just another nutcase, IMHO.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I think extreme Christian viewpoints actively challenge and break constitutionality far more than Muslims. Sharia law would NEVER work in America, and even Muslims generally don't want it! It's only certain social circles that embrace it.

    People tend to forget how crazy other religions are when you take them literally. The bible says that if a friend, spouse, family member, etc. suggests to you that you should change who you pray to away from God, that you should strike them down right there where they stand. I encourage Christians who think their faith's text is more mild than Islam to re-read Deuteronomy and Leviticus. Christians in America don't do this, because a society with rights has made us more moderate and thoughtful. As we lose our rights, that moderation seems to be fading.

  • 9 years ago

    Who's Herman Cain?

  • 9 years ago

    Cain's ideas are about 180 degrees from mine, but he DOES bring up the fact that a newly elected Rep wanted to be sworn in on the Koran, not the bible.

    Not a good sign...not at all.

    Then there's the carefully calculated gross insult to Americans of the Victory Over Infidel America! Mosque @ Ground Zero.

    Ima Dem, but I'm vehemently anti-jihad and anti- illegal alien.

    The Dem party has to get realistic on those issues or it will face more Election 2010's.

    That is exactly what's happening to the Left in Euro: Islamization and illegal immigration is fueling big wins for the right and far-right all over Euro including the Socialist Homeland of Sweden where the far-right won a major victory using those two issues.

    In France, the far-right came in first, beating Pres Sarkozy, in an internet poll done for Le Parisiene magazine.

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    In Sweden , the far-right, anti-Islamic, anti-immigration party, the Sweden Democrats, won a historic election victory, capturing 20 seats in parliament.

    The SD said the new govt must now change its liberal immigration policies or lose more voters to them.

    A center-right alliance won re-election, but was 3 votes short of a majority, but refused to work w/ the far-right Sweden Democrats.

    Waves of immigrants from Iraq, Iran & the Balkans have changed Sweden, making 1 in 7 there foreign born.

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    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/20/world/europe/20s...

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    France was shocked by far right's 1st place standing in a presidential poll on Mar 06, '11. An internet poll for the Le Parisien publication showed Marine Le Pen with 23% of the vote, 2% ahead of French Pres Sarkozy and Socialist Martine Aubry.

    Ms Le Pen, now leader of the National Front party that her father, Jean-Marie, founded, has moved the party away from his overtly provocative, often-offensive politics to a woman-in-the-streets rightist populism.

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-12660329

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  • 3 years ago

    i grew to become right into a Herman Cain supporter till i chanced on he supported the 1st TARP bailout and could be against auditing the federal reserve, yet i will look after him in saying he grew to become into pandering to the neo-con base of the GOP.. it truly is the reason Ron Paul is my guy,

  • 9 years ago

    Muslims pose a serious security threat to our country. How can they defend the Constitution, if they want an Islamic world? Read the Koran(Quran) it tells them what to want, and it is some nutty $hit.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Cain is probably right.

    These two are not mutually exclusive. Your question is invalid.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Muslims should not be allowed to be American citizens

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