Friday, February 4, 2011

It Says CONGRESS Shall Make No Law

From the NY Post:
Jordan Sekulow, a lawyer at the Pat Robertson-founded American Center for Law and Justice in Washington, questioned why the mosque project, called Park51, would choose a leader who advocates retribution for those who leave the faith.

"To be in the United States of America and to tell former Muslims to 'keep your mouth shut' is against the Constitution," said Sekulow, whose organization is suing to stop Park51 from being built.

Now, personally, I consider Islam more of a mental disease than a religion, but you would think a lawyer would know better than to claim that a random lunatic's rantings are a constitutional issue.

4 comments:

  1. His random lunatic ranting is protected by the constitution. The "retribution" will probably be against the law. Deal with it then.

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  2. His random lunatic ranting is protected by the constitution. The "retribution" will probably be against the law. Deal with it then.

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  3. Dang it! What I said wasn't worth posting once and somehow I managed to get it there twice. I'll just skip the next time I feel the need to comment and we will be even, or, you can delete my superfolousness. (Is that a word?)

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  4. Can't delete it now. You commented on it :-D

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