toddkreigh, 12/23/2010 - 11:15am ""The State Chamber and business leaders are worried sick about the state's image after the Sharia fiasco, among others, fearing it is making it more difficult to attract new business -- and jobs -- to the state."
Seriously? The "fiasco" was a state question that requested it be put into law that we won't be influenced by international or Sharia (Islamic) Law. So what is the State Chamber worried about, exactly? Tulsa won't be able to entice Al Qaeda to come set up a bomb-making factory? That Al Jazeera will nix plans for a new TV station in OKC? That the French will object vociferously to open carry and refuse to send us their best wines?
Hamilton's main concern is Oklahoma is just getting way too conservative for his tastes. He's worried about the image we're presenting to people of other cultures 10,000 miles away, of which about 99.999% don't give a rip what goes on in Oklahoma. Seems like his priorities are whacked.
If you like, Arnold, I'll try to wrangle you a visa and work permit to Yemen. Sharia law is alive and well there, and no one has guns except the terrorists."
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