Can we count on our courts?

There’s a story in the news today about the “Flying Imams” who were removed from a US Airways flight last year.  Looks like they might be able to sue the passengers who complained about them. 

 Here is my opinion on this.  If they are successful in lawsuits against the passengers, it will be a sure sign that our government and justice system can no longer be counted on.  When that happens, it is time for citizens to take matters into their own hands. 

That’s right.

UPDATE:  Congress passed a bill called H.R. 1640 that makes it illegal for someone to be sued for calling out suspicious terroristish behavior.  They actually did it right!  But predictably, over a hundred democrats voted against it.


1 Response to “Can we count on our courts?”

  1. 1 USpace March 18, 2007 at 2:25 pm

    We have to refuse to be intimidated, if someone makes someone report them for weird behavior, then that person should be sued by the passengers for causing them distress with their behavior.

    These Imams were faking and goofing on the passengers, and were probably trying to get tossed off the plane just so they could play the victim card and go to court and make a scene. Any judge who allows this is garbage.

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    pretend to be terrorists

    scare people on a plane
    get thrown off claim racism

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