Sharia Law vs. The United States

You can believe any kind of law that you wish, but you shall not put into practice or publicly promote a law outside of the law that was written over 200 years ago right here in the United States of America. If you do create violence or practice unlawful acts toward yourself, families, friends, or anyone else within the United States, at the very least, you should be identified as a criminal and banished from our nation permanently! Those who publicly promote Sharia Law in other countries, as well as within the United States, must be removed from those countries who claim Freedom as their primary principle for all to follow! To dismiss one misconception about freedom, no individual has the freedom to do everything that they want to do, or to say, but you are given the freedom to not only enjoy life as an individual, but you are required to make sure that those same freedoms are given to everyone. Yes, your Freedoms include making people around you, enjoy their lives also. When you choose to take those freedoms away from others, you will lose your own freedoms.

Another thought on this subject, when you leave the United States, you are expected to follow the laws of the country that you are entering, and you should expect the same from the people who choose to come here!  If they will not vow to follow our laws while they are here, they shouldn’t be allowed to come here in the first place, and should be shown the door when they come here under false pretenses, and try to tell us how to run our country.  This applies to those here legally, and illegally who are being allowed to tell us how to run our nation!!!!

Look up Karma in the dictionary. It has a lot to do with the concept of ‘the good things that you do to/for others will come back to you in good ways, and the bad things that you do to others, will come back on you in bad ways’. Sharia Law only allows good things for certain people, and to create bad things for everyone else. This is counterproductive in our society that was more or less built on Karma. You may not always see it, but bad things do happen to bad people, whether in this lifetime or the next. As the saying goes, ‘what goes around comes around’, and that can be seen in our daily lives. Don’t allow Sharia Law to be allowed in our country under the guise of a religion!  We have our own laws and must abide by them before requiring each other to follow foreign laws.

Added note: just because our politicians seem to have decided that they can create laws that protect themselves from us, instead of being part of us, (us=U. S.), that doesn’t mean that those laws are Constitutional, and it’s time to start banishing many of them from our society as traitors to our Constitution.

 

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2 Responses to Sharia Law vs. The United States

  1. magnificent issues altogether, you just won a new reader. What would you suggest about your post that you just made some days ago? Any sure?

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    • rossmeister says:

      If you are talking about the Job Seekers post, my suggestion is that the U.S. Government start supporting the workers and not the stock market or corporations. This would fix a lot of problems in our nation. Also, Our government needs to make new laws regarding the excessive purchasing of merchandise from Communist Countries and bring the businesses back to the U.S. so that our wages go up without raising minimum wage. If you raise minimum wage to $15 per hour as many would like, all of those people that worked so hard to work their way up to $15 per hour, will now be at minimum wage, and they will wonder why they worked so hard to achieve minimum wage, and poverty. Minimum wage is intended for a starting wage only. If your employer hasn’t given you a decent raise within 6 months after starting, it’s time to move on.

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