Friday, June 06, 2003
Welcome to America
People who were born and raised in this great country should know better than to think that their religious pseudo-laws trump our nation's laws.
After hearing three days of testimony last week, Circuit Judge Janet C. Thorpe ruled that Sultaana Freeman's right to free exercise of religion would not be infringed by having to show her face on her license.
Thank you, Judge Thorpe, for helping the state in their duty to protect us from criminals. After all, Ms. Freeman isn't exactly a beacon of innocence, now is she? Especially considering how she has used her cries for "religious freedom" before.
When people fight like this about keeping their identity hidden, there is more to it than just religion. There is usually an ulterior motive.
On a side note: she claims that she needs to drive to care for her two children. I have to wonder why somebody who is obviously an unfit parent has two children. One has to assume that they are her biological children, as leaving foster kids in her care would be crazy. But that would also be par for the course when it comes to child welfare in the state of Florida.
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