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Bill of Rights vs. Sharia

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Submitted by Hinda (United States), Dec 25, 2007 at 02:34

It's so simple, one who knows anything about the constitution knows that as long as the Founding Father laws are in place, Sharia will never be able to take over. Nor will there ever be a cause for worries.

In order to change the Founding Fathers' laws (Bill of Rights) the government that we know of will have to be dissolved, and if the US government ever dissolves, there won't ever be another United States of America.

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