So, if we allow them to wear their BURQA’S, then do we use the same punishments as they use in the ME?
Should we establish SHARIA courts to punish these people?
OR should we STOP the LIES and tell the TRUTH
We are the WEST. Not the EAST.
“We the people” gained our independence from the monarchies and dictators over 200 years ago.
To establish SHARIA courts, would be to establish two sets of laws. Sharia WILL exist with any other LAW. It SUPERsedes any other laws. This would be a defacto government. We would be giving up our sovereignty in America with this action. They know it. They write about it on their blogs and talk about it in their Madrassas and Mosques.
This person who robbed the bank did everyone a favor, because it brings to light the issues that our government WON’T talk about. No one was injured and money can, obliviously, be reprinted.
The flashlight should be focused on our governments ability to keep us safe. I have every confidence in their ability, but I have NO Confidence in their WILL
This government has effectively ABDICATED their Responsibilities to the People and the Constitution of the US.
Janet Napolitano, should be charged with crimes of treason. Her office has put this country in harms way and treasonous activity lurks around every corner. The whole department needs to be DECOMMISSIONED. She should be made an example of. She should be charged with WAR CRIMES.
Man in burqa robs Md. bank:
A man wearing what was said to be a burqa robbed a bank Tuesday in Montgomery County, county police reported.
A burqa is a loose garment worn by Muslim women that generally covers the face and most of the body.
Police said the robbery occurred about 4:20 p.m. at a TD Bank branch in the 3100 block of Briggs Chaney Road in the Silver Spring area. They said a man entered, showed a gun and demanded money. He received an undetermined amount and fled.
Police said he wore “a long black burqa over his face,” and also wore blue jeans.
He was described as a man of unknown race who spoke with what was described as “a Middle Eastern” accent.
No further details were immediately available. No photograph was provided.
— Martin Weil