September 23, 2015
Mark Steyn on the whole ‘Can a Muslim be President?’ thing (video)
Mark Steyn writes:
As the celebrate-diversity types like to drone, the US Constitution does not impose a religious test. Which is true. But the Constitution does impose a constitution test — and that would pose a serious difficulty for an honest, observant Muslim.
Which is why, as I pointed out to Sean, around the world, when traditional Common Law protections rub up against Sharia, it’s Common Law that bites the dust.