Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Jan 5, 2007.
It's long, this is from the middle:
The government. They are the only ones who can. which is why the constitution limited its power.
Well it seems to me that there is a chorus of those that were so upset about personal liberties. Now a majority, they really want to shut us up!
I'm having trouble finding where in that quotation the bill states that the Koran is accorded more respect than the U.S. flag.
skip the editorializing that is done and look at the bill.
I read the bill. It doesn't even mention the United States flag, nor does it afford any special rights to Muslims.
So Spidey, you would be happy with it?
I don't think you addressed his point.
I don't think there's anything wrong with respect. I would expect the same to be given to your holy books and my own. The sad part is that someone needed to say it and it wasn't presumed.
So you would be happy if the bill became law? You did read the bill, right?
I read what was quoted in the article. Spidey pointed out that there was nothing nefarious in what was in the article.
Instead of responding, you're responding with another question.
Separate names with a comma.