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universally accepted laws?

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Submitted by Sir Daniel Tobin (United States), Mar 9, 2004 at 12:52

Good article, but islam can't be universally accepted as it is inherently anti-thetical to torah law, the New Testaments, and New Age Spirituality, Celtic and Druid spirituality, Hinduism, Budhism, Taoism, Confucianism, etc.

Are American Forces mercenaries? Unfortunately yes, and this is why I will fight the war of ideas, and continue my Catholic blood donations which support United States Marines, Green Berets, etc. who serve honorably internationally and domestically, despite the United States Federal Gov's Failure to execute Libyan dictator "col. Muammar Al Gaddaffi" or bring him to trial for war crimes at the International Court of ustice in the Hague, Netherlands,to answer for his chronically irresponsible non-shariah compliant lifestyle.

What can you do to bring this solution about? Phone, fax, and write letters to present Pres. Bush, and help make him use these constitutionally derived powers and serve the Mohammedist and non-Mohammedist world.
Yours In American-inspired Peace and well-being,Sir Daniel Tobin, Libertarian Candidate for Congress Federal District Four,

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