Update three: The WaPo has this article about Hamtramck. Go, RTWT
Update two: Well, it's starting to happen. Hamtramck, Mi. (home of the Painless Pole dentist, played by John Shuck) now has a Muslim majority on their city council. So far, it doesn't look good:
The nation’s first, but certainly not last, majority-Muslim city council has just been elected in Hamtramck, Michigan, a historically Polish city. But before anyone could break out the sparkling grape juice and toast our new diversity, Ibrahim Algahim — a Muslim activist in Hamtramck – crowed at a victory party:RTWT at PJ Media.
Today we show the Polish, and everybody else.Multicultural euphoria, meet Islamic supremacist reality. Algahim, at least, was not ready to link arms and sing “Kumbaya,” as the diverse peoples of Hamtramck marched towards multicultural harmony. Randy Wimbley of Fox 2 Detroit reported:
[H]istory [was made] in Hamtramck as voters elected the first majority Muslim city council in the country.
But rather than ease racial tensions, the comments from a Muslim organizer threaten to divide. [Algahim’s comment] may create or widen the rift between the growing Muslim and shrinking Polish community in Hamtramck.
Serious question - under the Constitution, why should it be OK for Catholics to forbid birth control and abortion, OK to allow Jews to practice Kosher, but forbid Muslims from following Sharia?
This is a law question, not a "Muslims are evil question". (They may well be, but that is another discussion...)
Update - As always, ask a question, get an answer, of sorts: Nied's Dead Horse
But, as I proposed to her... Dearborn Mi votes in Sharia as the law of the town. Chaos ensues. (You know it will.) Suits are brought against it by the few sane people left there.
What are the legal grounds for overturning the Will of the People?
Or, to put it another way, what keeps them from turning our laws against us?
It's starting already - "If you put up a Nativity scene, you have to let us put up an anti-nativity scene!!!"
I think it's an important question, and I haven't seen much about it.
Oh. And I guess I should always expand some on why I'm asking a question.
My apologies to @mflynny.