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Kim Davis is a Muslim!



Well, a burka could only improve her look. Is it just me or is all this talk about the "Muslim problem" eerily similar to a dark chapter in 20th Century history? A Muslim isn't qualified to be president? Dr. Ben Carson, I'd like to introduce you to the U.S. Constitution, Article VI, paragraph 3.
The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.
And what is Dr. Carson's objection to a Muslim president anyway? That they might put their religion ahead of our secular laws? Isn't that what Kim Davis is doing? The right cries and screams about the threat of Sharia Law. But Sharia Law only means "God's law." Once you decide on putting your religion above secular law (theocracy) then it's just a matter of which religion to follow.

Are we really having this discussion in 2015? Happy weekend folks, Godwhacker loves you!


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  1. That's great - resort to commenting on her looks. Just don't be upset when somebody calls one of your boys a flaming ........ because of the way he is dressed.

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  2. Or walks, or displays his limp wrist.

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  3. She ain't got Betty Davis eyes, that's fo sho.

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  4. @11:33

    "Looks" would refer to her pudgy-jowl, sad-eye cow looking face. "Look," the word I used, refers to her blue light K-Mart special polyester wardrobe. Just don't be upset when somebody has to correct your basic understanding of English vernacular.

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