A Twist on the Burqa as a Church State Matter

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A Twist on the Burqa as a Church State Matter

Postby Stephen Fox » Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:32 am

Good dose of Roger Williams to boot:

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/20 ... -electric/
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Re: A Twist on the Burqa as a Church State Matter

Postby Ed Edwards » Sun Aug 08, 2010 9:12 pm

The city in which I reside (using Oklahoma law and US Law) determined basicly:
One does not have the right to anonymity in public.
If you drive on a road, a public place, you have the obligation at times to identify your right to be driving.
You may practice your anonymity in the privacy of your own home. [A lawful warrent is an exception]

And I agree, one is NOT anonymous on the Internet; nor should they be. Masked men, incluiding the Lone Ranger, are taboo.

IMHO, if you want to wear a Burqa in public, go where they execute you if you don't; this USA ain't the country for it.
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