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Submitted by C.K. (United States), Apr 1, 2009 at 11:26

You want a reason NOT to confirm Koh? How about the separation clause of the US Constitution. We have kept our government secular and religously tolerant for 200 years. Any integration of Sharia law into the United States code will undo just that. There is no place for religous law in a Constitutional US code. Thus there is no place in a Constitutional Gov't for any person who espouses to its integration.

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