Sorry, but I fail to follow your logic.
First off, it wasn't the judge who made the settlement agreement outright. He just upheld the ruling the arbitrator already made towhich both parties in dispute apparently agreed to at one point.
Second, a arbitrator acting as a liason to negotiate a peaceful disbute doesn't have an impact on nor chances our social laws. The example you've provided is an internal matter and has nothing to do with how Sharia Law would impact American religious, social or moral culture.
Last edited by Objective Voice; 07-17-11 at 11:33 AM.
Cain obviously does not support the First Amendment of the Unites States Constitution. Sad.
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This is America. We believe in religious freedom. Don't like it? Try Iran, North Korea, or China.
Living in Nashville, I really don't care if this mosque gets put up. It would be a travesty to religious freedom if it's not allowed to go up. The court has already ruled that it's legal for them to do this.
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