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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Florida Judge who Permitted Case to Proceed Based on Sharia Law Appointed by Jeb Bush

This is the kind of thing that can derail a presidential bid. Florida Circuit Court Judge Richard A. Nielsen ruled that a legal dispute between two Islamic groups could proceed based on Sharia (Islamic) Law. Isn't it amazing how the supposed paranoid right in this country continues to warn about things that come true despite the attempts from the left to marginalize those who make such claims? Those who understand the goals of the Islamists have been warning about creeping Sharia for quite some time. It's why Oklahoma passed a state resolution that would ban it. The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) dismisses such things as racist paranoia.

Now, Nielsen - appointed by Governor Jeb Bush in 2003 - has set exactly that precedent. Jeb already had the boat anchor that is the Bush name to contend with. Now he has to deal with his appointing a judge who has welcomed Sharia Law into our legal system. It would seem that Judge Nielsen might want to brush up on his knowledge about Article VI of his country's Constitution, which says:
Clause 2: This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.
I'd say this is grounds for impeachment but I'm sure I'm just overreacting.

h/t Jihad Watch


Mitch said...
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Mitch said...

Sooooo, what's next ... ? A subset of America where the Qur'an is the supreme law of that particular section of land?

It's not "overreacting", IMO, to demand that an appointed judge who has:

1. violated the US Constitution based on a ruling he / she has made

- and -

2. set a precedent giving "theological law" (of any belief / faith / religion) priority over US Constitutional law

... be immediately removed from office.

I just don't get how things like this do not get more media attention.

I can't believe the left doesn't have their panties in a bunch over this.

If there was a court-ruling based upon a passage from the King James Bible, what would happen?

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