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it is crazy to take a picture of cloth

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: TAKING A PHOTO OF A PERSON NOT A PIECE OF CLOTH!

Submitted by mariah (United States), Oct 23, 2010 at 17:20

can you imagine if she was allowed to get her picture taken in the burqa and she couldn't pass the eye test and had to wear glasses too,if the police pull her over they would probably need an eyeball recognition gadget which would cost the government millions of dollars,how could you see the road in a burqua or what color the traffic light is, forget about merging,would'nt be pretty and her bumper sticker should say "warning i don't break for anything" burquas pose many security issues,,and they shouldn't be used driving because seeing clearly seems to be one of the main safety issues on the road,don't you think? we always have to consider how burqas pose security threats in the united states, score 1 for the DMW. Is she planning a lawsuit about this? It,s good to hear no to implementibg sharia where it doesn't belong in our society

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