January 26, 2010


How's that CHANGE working out for you?
Democrats Can Dole Out No-Bid Contracts, Too

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1 Yes, we can ... to green, diverse companies for a good cause ("train the next generation of legal professionals" ... our kind of people, presumably specializing in sharia*). Bidding is so capitalist. The USSR didn't need bidding, and neither does the USSA. Once again, we do what the Dubya regime did, and it's OK because we have noble intentions that they lacked.

*The sacred basis of the constitution of Afghanistan (emphasis ours):

Courts are allowed to use Hanafi jurisprudence in situations where the Constitution lacks provisions.

A system of civil law is described, but no law may contradict the beliefs and provisions of Islam. It was widely reported that Sharia law is not specifically mentioned, but in fact Hanafi jurisprudence is one of the six branches of Sharia law.


There is no mention of freedom of conscience, and in fact apostasy from Islam is punishable by death (see below).

The constitution's provisions on religion drew international controversy in 2006, when Afghan citizen Abdul Rahman, a convert to Christianity, was threatened with the death penalty for apostasy. Rahman was released under international pressure on the theory that he was insane and that the case against him had "investigative gaps," and found asylum in Italy. The constitution itself was not changed in response.

Why change it? It is Islamic. Perfect.

Your tax dollars are training the next generation of sharia experts.

Posted by: kevin at January 26, 2010 01:21 PM (+nV09)

2 My favorite part is that the goal is to infect the country with lawyers.  Of all things.  Because everything is better with 25 million dollars worth of instruction and oversight by lawyers.  He was as full of shite as the rest of them.  No amount of eau de roses will ever cover it up.  

Posted by: wifeunit at January 26, 2010 01:24 PM (4B1kO)

3 SSDD...

Posted by: Pamela at January 27, 2010 03:34 AM (NpCt7)

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