Nebraska man to run for Congress on anti-sharia platform
Hamas-linked CAIR and their Islamophilic shills in the media to go ballistic in 3, 2, 1…
COLUMBUS, Neb. — A Columbus Republican will again challenge U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith in Nebraska’s primary election — and this time, he’s targeting Islamic religious law known as Sharia.
Dennis Parker, a music director at his Lutheran church, filed with the Secretary of State’s office earlier this month. He’s seeking the 2012 Republican nomination for Nebraska’s vast 3rd Congressional District seat, currently held by Smith. Parker also challenged Smith in 2010, but garnered only 12 percent of the vote.
Parker says he announced his candidacy a year before the filing deadline to give him time to warn Nebraskans of Sharia “spreading like an undetected disease.”
The Islamic law has drawn the contempt of conservatives. At least 13 states introduced measures this year seeking to prevent state courts from enforcing foreign law, including Sharia.
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