Skip to comments.South Dakota lawmakers reject bill targeting Islamic laws (Sharia wins again! Whoo hoo!)
Posted on 02/16/2011 1:34:33 PM PST by Libloather
SD lawmakers reject bill targeting Islamic laws
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 11:37
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) _ The South Dakota Senate State Affairs Committee has rejected a bill that would have prohibited state courts from using certain foreign laws, including forms of Islamic law known as Sharia. The bill would have made void any court decisions or contracts signed in a country that doesn't have the same protections as the U.S. and South Dakota constitutions. Republican Sen. Dan Lederman of Dakota Dunes said his bill would protect South Dakotans who travel abroad or deal with foreign countries. Lederman's proposal mimics laws discussed in Oklahoma and other states. Legal and business advocates argued the bill wasn't needed and would hurt companies doing business abroad. South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said he thought the bill would lead to lawsuits against the state.
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Way to go South Dakota Senate State Affairs Committee...diversity rules/s
What a bunch of dhimmi cowards.
Time to demand Mosaic Law??
Legal and BUSINESS ADVOCATES argued the bill wasn’t needed and would hurt companies doing business abroad.
Sounds like the FREE TRADE COMMUNIST GLOBALISTS love Sharia laws. Only a America-hating Free Trader Communist would be against Americans keeping Sharia out of the country.
Anyone more concerned with “doing business abroad” than America and American people is a Free Trader Communist Globalist.
You know, that’s not a bad comeback. It has some of the same principles, but the men are punished along with the women equally. Bet it would throw them off balance in a debate.
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