Posts by Pollster1

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  • School grants Satanic Temple permission to run after-school club for 10-year-olds

    09/29/2016 10:12:01 AM PDT · 3 of 3
    Pollster1 to DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
    A school in Portland, Oregon, has granted approval to a local Satanic Temple’s request to set up an after-school programme for pupils . . . After School Satan Clubs (ASSC)

    Those have been in public schools for generations, only they used to be called the "Young Democrats".

  • Obama to Gold Star Mom: Saying Radical Islam Lumps "These Murderers" In With a Billion Muslims

    09/29/2016 10:09:04 AM PDT · 44 of 44
    Pollster1 to i88schwartz

    It’s not fair to lump all Muslims in with Islamic terrorists and Muslims who support terrorism. There are dozens of genuinely peaceful Muslims worldwide who do not deserve that insult.

  • Train Crash - Hoboken Station - Mass Casualties

    09/29/2016 8:25:06 AM PDT · 218 of 226
    Pollster1 to faucetman

    I was referring to Gene Wilder.

  • Train Crash - Hoboken Station - Mass Casualties

    09/29/2016 7:44:58 AM PDT · 187 of 226
    Pollster1 to To Hell With Poverty

    He’s dead now. [Rembrandt is dead too.]

  • Obama Urges Military to Listen to Colin Kaepernick Protest

    09/29/2016 7:38:56 AM PDT · 35 of 39
    Pollster1 to kevcol

    I listened. That’s embarrassing - I did something Barack Hussein wanted me to do. I then concluded that Colin Kaepernick is a traitorous moron whose “protest” is probably a loser’s way of getting some attention. If he’s going to sit on the bench and be ignored during games, he’ll pout and sit on the bench during the Anthem too and pretend he has a valid reason for doing so. This makes him happy because at least he’s not being ignored. Even being despised almost as much as decent people despise the traitor in our White House is better than being overlooked - at least in Colin Kaepernick’s immature opinion.

  • FBI Director: Cheryl Mills Had Classified Information On Her Computer

    09/29/2016 7:33:49 AM PDT · 31 of 35
    Pollster1 to detective

    They are granting immunity to anyone who claims they never signed the form if the form cannot be found. My guess: as with the emails and so much other evidence of Clinton Crimes, the mandatory security forms were systematically destroyed for Hillary and for most of her minions.

  • Sierra Club Wants No Gas, No Coal, No Nukes

    09/29/2016 7:30:29 AM PDT · 38 of 41
    Pollster1 to MichCapCon
    The Sierra Club has adopted a position that would effectively require all electricity in Michigan to come from renewable sources such as wind and solar.

    On their many windless nights, these irrational environmentalist losers will be stuck in Mommy's basement in the dark. That will make them cry, and they won't even be able to live tweet about their trauma because cell phones and Internet will go down too. I am pro-environment, but I believe in sanity, not liberalism.

  • 113 DAYS

    09/29/2016 5:19:22 AM PDT · 8 of 12
    Pollster1 to Lazamataz

    I will be thrilled when the stuttering sniveling sickening sullen spying-for-enemies sly shameful stomach-turning simpering sputtering sanctimonious self-important slimey secretive shyster sacrilegious self-aggrandizing self-centered small-minded scheming surly smug specious sissified sociopathic superciliousSupreme-Court-destroying socialist slippery scornful Saboteur-In-Chief Satanic scamming so-called-President “Stompy-Foot” finally leaves our White House forever. I pray that America will recover and once again enjoy freedom.

  • Gary Johnson has ‘Aleppo moment’ when asked to name favorite foreign leader

    09/29/2016 1:41:12 AM PDT · 46 of 57
    Pollster1 to Timpanagos1

    Fair question but not a relevant question. One major point with Johnson is that he is an isolationist. Not being able to name people you don’t care about is not a serious flaw.

  • Saudi princess 'told guard to kill Paris decorator'

    09/29/2016 1:40:02 AM PDT · 13 of 14
    Pollster1 to Olog-hai

    Diversity is our strength. The new guests in Paris and in all of Europe have brought so much change to their adopted countries.

  • Denmark reverses course on refugee ‘child brides’ (sick)

    09/29/2016 1:38:16 AM PDT · 13 of 18
    Pollster1 to Olog-hai
    Young love! I have no words to describe how romantic this is:

    These girls are too young even for Bill Clinton, probably, but Denmark understands just how much happiness they bring to their husbands. [Note: some sarcasm may be present above.]

  • Investigators may probe Cascade Mall suspect's citizenship status, voting record

    09/29/2016 1:30:49 AM PDT · 11 of 15
    Pollster1 to fluorescence

    That is unexpected. America’s domestic enemies on the left have consistently assured us that there is no vote fraud, yet this sounds like vote fraud.

  • Michelle Obama says America 'needs an adult' in White House

    09/28/2016 6:36:08 PM PDT · 58 of 65
    Pollster1 to Olog-hai

    After nearly eight years with a racist crybaby in charge, we certainly need an adult. That’s why I’m voting Trump.

  • Evidence of Felony Voter Fraud by Arcan Cetin

    09/28/2016 6:31:53 PM PDT · 20 of 23
    Pollster1 to ameribbean expat

    Especially in contested states, we need to repeatedly publicize the message that non-citizens who vote will be prosecuted, imprisoned for an extended period, and then deported and barred from re-entry to our country. We need to make it expensive for them and discourage this criminal behavior.

  • Bill Clinton 'rape' accuser Juanita Broaddrick lashes out at Chelsea Clinton after former first

    09/28/2016 6:28:05 PM PDT · 38 of 48
    Pollster1 to simpson96
    Chelsea said in an interview with Cosmopolitan on Tuesday that focusing on the former president's reputation as a sex abuser was a 'distraction' from issues important to voters in the November election.

    Chelsea is right. Bill Clinton's predatory behavior does not matter. What does matter is the issue Chelsea dodged - her mother's attacks on her father's victims. Hillary's behavior after the rapes and after the seductions was shockingly evil, even by the standards of liberals. That behavior is not only fair game, it's an essential insight into the character of a power-hungry woman who wants to rule our lives.

  • First Temple-Era Gate Shrine Unearthed in Israel [PHOTOS]

    09/28/2016 6:23:02 PM PDT · 27 of 29
    Pollster1 to Ancesthntr
    I mean, didn’t the term “Paleoswinians” - stone age pigs- give you even a small hint that my comment was sarcastic?

    I read that word the same as I would read /sarc. And like the /sarc tag, I saw it as unnecessary for most readers, given the rest of the content. Sadly, we've reached the point where sarcasm and parody are often less outrageous than the reality of America's domestic enemies, so I can't really blame those who missed your meaning.

  • Satanic Temple brings ‘Satan Club’ to elementary school

    09/28/2016 11:47:47 AM PDT · 4 of 15
    Pollster1 to sparklite2

    It’s an improvement that they switched to an honest name. They used to call themselves the Young Democrats.

  • RCP: four Dem pickups in Senate

    09/28/2016 11:09:58 AM PDT · 46 of 48
    Pollster1 to pabianice

    Key states:
    Illinois - probable GOP loss
    Wisconsin - probable GOP loss
    Ohio - probable GOP hold
    Florida - probable GOP hold
    North Carolina - toss up
    Missouri - toss up
    Pennsylvania - toss up
    New Hampshire - toss up

    Note: Those are not my reads of the states; they are from the article. Anyone on FR in or near one of those states should consider volunteering for GOP get-out-the-vote efforts. That would support both Trump and our control over the Senate. And, yes, I know that would mean helping the pathetic pro-Amnesty squish from Florida. Rubio is a traitor, but he’s an opportunistic traitor. I think he will stay “loyal” for as long as it’s in his interests.

  • The media loves Hillary — and it could cost her the election

    09/28/2016 11:00:23 AM PDT · 89 of 96
    Pollster1 to DannyTN
    I doubt there is ever a disadvantage to having the media on your side.

    I disagree in this special case. Since Trump's campaign is built around the idea that corrupt insiders (media and incumbents) control our government to our detriment, evidence that the media is collaborating with the insider candidate is a huge positive for Trump. Trump clearly lost the debate on points, but he just as clearly won on the narrative. The narrative is the reason why his poll number have risen since the debate.

  • USC Poll: Trump's lead expands after debate.

    09/28/2016 10:51:36 AM PDT · 44 of 49
    Pollster1 to dangus

    That makes no sense. I have it on the best authority that:

    (1) Trump peaked at 20% support, at 25%, at 30%, 35%, and 40% support. How can his support continue rising after all the experts, almost every professional journalist in the country, assured us he had peaked?

    (2) Hillary won the debate with her superior command of policy minutia. How can Trump’s numbers go up when Hillary knows so many details about how she is going to seize absolute power over us little people?

  • First Temple-Era Gate Shrine Unearthed in Israel [PHOTOS]

    09/28/2016 10:40:20 AM PDT · 9 of 29
    Pollster1 to Lera; SunkenCiv

    SunkenCiv appears to be on an extended leave from FR, or I would ping him. If someone else has the Gods-Graves-Glyphs ping list, this is probably an appropriate topic for that list.

  • First Temple-Era Gate Shrine Unearthed in Israel [PHOTOS]

    09/28/2016 10:38:36 AM PDT · 8 of 29
    Pollster1 to ducttape45
    Troll, go home...........

    There may have been some sarcasm in the post, at least as I read it.

  • Concealed-Carrying Walmart Employee Turns Tables on Armed Robber

    09/28/2016 10:32:46 AM PDT · 23 of 65
    Pollster1 to grundle
    “The boy came up to him . . . He showed him, he said, ‘You know what this is, right? Give me everything,’ so he just opened fire on him right then and . . ."

    . . . and gave him everything, starting with the bullets.

  • Feds present dramatic display of 22 long guns, 12 handguns recovered....(OREGON STANDOFF TRIAL)

    09/28/2016 10:26:50 AM PDT · 25 of 27
    Pollster1 to Georgia Girl 2
    . . . no more than criminal trespass and depending on who you believe vandalism. This kind of stuff is worth about a $1000 fine and 6 mos in the county slam at worst.

    That would make the punishment proportionate for everyone except LaVoy Finicum.

  • Feds present dramatic display of 22 long guns, 12 handguns recovered....(OREGON STANDOFF TRIAL)

    09/28/2016 5:17:41 AM PDT · 11 of 27
    Pollster1 to Nextrush
    While defense lawyers were quick to point out through cross-examination that none of the guns or ammunition were illegal, prosecutors hoped to show that the mere volume, presence and use of the some of the firearms for target practice reveal the defendants' intent to intimidate refuge employees...

    I disagree with many of the actions taken at that wildlife refuge, but this prosecution is absurd. Turning target practice into a crime is an act of evil, one that clearly violates the Second Amendment.

  • AP-GfK poll: Voters question Clinton health despite reports

    09/28/2016 3:29:28 AM PDT · 24 of 37
    Pollster1 to 2ndDivisionVet

    I’m shocked that voters do not trust the mainstream media. Shocked, I say!

  • The New "Muslim Hate Crimes Increase" Hoax

    09/28/2016 3:28:19 AM PDT · 4 of 15
    Pollster1 to Biggirl

    Anti-Islam hate crimes: Dozens of instances of graffiti or rude language

    Islamic terrorism: 29,310 deadly terrorist attacks since 9/11/2001
    http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/

    It’s no surprise that the far left media care more about the disrespect to their favored group than about mass murder of Christians and Jews. Deaths in large numbers have never bothered socialists.

  • U.S. owes black people reparations for a history of ‘racial terrorism,’ says U.N. panel

    09/27/2016 4:16:10 PM PDT · 30 of 110
    Pollster1 to BradtotheBone

    I have already paid for 40 acres and a mule for every living black person I enslaved. Being generous, I also paid for the children and grandchildren of any black American enslaved by my parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, or even great-great-grandparents. My debt is paid. Still, in case anyone didn’t think that was enough, I also bought the 40 acres and the mule for every black American who had ever been legally enslaved in the entire United States. The country’s debt is paid. It’s time, as the socialists say, to “Move On”.

  • Trump visiting Florida, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Michigan

    09/27/2016 2:55:07 PM PDT · 39 of 63
    Pollster1 to Jeff Chandler

    Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and Colorado are all leaning Hillary according to some pools, but all are clearly within the margin of error. FL, NV, NC, OH, and IA lean Trump and are within the margin of error. This is a real race, based on what pollsters can tell.

  • Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump should skip remaining two presidential debates

    09/27/2016 1:38:28 PM PDT · 22 of 88
    Pollster1 to Behind Liberal Lines

    I think that is how the low information voter sees it. The system is against me. The system is against Trump and for Hillary. Trump says he is on my side, and Hillary says same thing. I believe Trump.

    The low-information voter doesn’t care about the details that Holt challenged Trump on. Whether Trump opposed the Iraq war, or when, and the other details are not the important parts of this decision to most voters who are just tuning in. The narrative really is what matters, as liberals always say, and Holt helped the narrative.

  • Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump should skip remaining two presidential debates

    09/27/2016 1:24:17 PM PDT · 10 of 88
    Pollster1 to Behind Liberal Lines

    I disagree. One of the best parts of the debate for Trump was Lester Holt clearly taking Hillary’s side throughout the debate. One of Trump’s main themes is that the system is rigged against normal people and against people outside the system. By taking sides against Trump the outsider, Holt proved Trump’s main point, and he did it without doing any harm to Trump among swing voters.

    Trump should go back for more. He just needs to be ready to refute any future “fact checking” from the leftist moderators.

  • Is Charlotte Our Future?

    09/27/2016 1:20:44 PM PDT · 32 of 34
    Pollster1 to FreedomPoster

    True. When it spills over onto an Interstate, that’s a hard one to avoid.

  • Vanity: Trump asked, so I emailed him this

    09/27/2016 10:30:16 AM PDT · 81 of 82
    Pollster1 to TangledUpInBlue

    There may have been an element of winning by losing in Trump’s strategy. By being much milder on substance than he needed to be, where even undecided voters knew he could have been more aggressive, Trump may have won on the most important question of the debate. Trump had to prove he is “presidential”, which includes measured and controlled, By holding back, Trump proved exactly that point. He, or his team, can release comments of that nature later, if they want to bother. They could not prove his restraint later.

  • Barack Obama and the History Books

    09/27/2016 10:01:37 AM PDT · 9 of 9
    Pollster1 to RPMack

    My kids have all been exposed to the objective facts about Obama, along with the liberal versions of those facts. All of my kids not only believe that Obama is the most evil person ever to set foot in our White House, they can explain what was evil about him. All of those who are old enough to vote are either happily voting for Trump or grudgingly voting for the only person who can stop Hillary.

  • Ohio Judge Orders Girls' Bathroom Access For Transgender Student

    09/27/2016 9:53:43 AM PDT · 39 of 51
    Pollster1 to aimhigh
    Democrats are, as always, anti-science.

  • Terror victim remembers Clinton's 'inhuman coldness'

    09/27/2016 9:37:24 AM PDT · 16 of 21
    Pollster1 to Lera
    She has no empathy for Israelis . . .

    That is an understatement. Hillary hates Jews almost as much as Barack Hussein does, and she probably loved making a grieving Jewish father wait.

  • Is Charlotte Our Future?

    09/27/2016 9:32:01 AM PDT · 25 of 34
    Pollster1 to FreedomPoster
    I was surprised there were no reports in Charlotte of a rioting thug getting shot by a concealed carry holder . . . I have to think we aren’t far from such an incident, should these riotous “protests” continue.

    I would guess that the decent, responsible Americans who carry have a strong desire not to go through the annoyance of being attacked and the even bigger annoyance of being prosecuted for self-defense. Those who carry are likely alert to their surroundings and turn around well before they get jumped. It's comparatively safe to attack people on the edge of a riot because most of the time the smart and dangerous civilians won't be there.

  • Ted Cruz Releases Statement on the Debate

    09/27/2016 8:35:32 AM PDT · 179 of 226
    Pollster1 to DoodleDawg
    So why did Cruz feel the need to comment? Like people care what he thinks?

    Enough "NeverTrump" people do care that we should care too. If even 10% of Cruz supporters are NeverTrump (a realistic number), that is a lot of votes, enough to swing more than one close state. I'll take those votes - happily! I don't ask you to forgive Cruz, but at least be gracious in accepting a gift that matters.

  • FBI agents find more than 1,600 shell casings at boat launch, ammo...(OREGON STANDOFF TRIAL)

    09/27/2016 8:31:45 AM PDT · 15 of 22
    Pollster1 to Nextrush
    "It's direct evidence of force," Knight told the judge before she ruled that the video could be shown to jurors.

    Force is not and should not be a legal problem. I have used "force" in that sense daily for a very long time - firing pistol, rifle, or usually both every day that I am not on vacation. Assuming these are serious shooters, intent to do harm would have irrefutable evidence: dead bodies. In the absence of such evidence, we can conclude that there was no intent to harm others and no crime.

    As for an NRA card, I have one too, as do millions of law-abiding citizens. The people I worry about are the non-NRA members, especially thugs like Barack Hussein and his minions.

  • Activists converge on downtown Glencoe, pushing gun control (barf alert)

    09/27/2016 6:20:05 AM PDT · 10 of 17
    Pollster1 to rellimpank

    Anyone who allows their shop to be bullied in that manner will lose my business for as long as the sticker is on the door. Whether or not I am carrying (and I live in the People’s Republic of Maryland, where carry permits are almost impossible to get), I will not support someone who opposes freedom.

  • Is Charlotte Our Future?

    09/27/2016 5:22:56 AM PDT · 4 of 34
    Pollster1 to Kaslin

    If Charlotte is our future, a lot of thugs are in for ugly surprises.

  • Glenn Beck Sours on Cruz: I Should Have Backed Rubio

    09/26/2016 5:27:32 PM PDT · 46 of 63
    Pollster1 to Rockitz

    It should not be about winning; it’s just about being right.

    I backed Ted Cruz. I had what I considered good reasons for doing so, and I posted those reason logically and politely. I even argued for why Cruz was a better choice than Trump, and I still have concerns about Trump based on the issues I pointed out. As we have all seen, I was wrong. I wasn’t a little wrong; I was completely and totally out to lunch wrong. I was as wrong as the people in Florida who voted for Rubio for US Senate thinking he would keep his word.

    Beck isn’t wrong in that way. Beck is wrong in the “I’ll take my ball and go pout at home” way, a spoiled brat who is mad that Cruz isn’t joining him to grumble for the entire walk home. Beck is mad that Cruz would rather see his rival, Trump, win than see Trump crushed by Hillary . . . even if he would then see each of us crushed by that remorseless tyrant in turn. This should not be about personal pride. This is our last chance (short of a civil war) to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution against all enemies. Just as Cruz gave his word that he would support the nominee, I gave my word that I would protect that document against all enemies. Your word should matter. Beck’s word doesn’t.

  • A Plea to My Fellow FReepers: Ignore the Polls and Full Speed Ahead

    09/26/2016 5:08:59 PM PDT · 16 of 19
    Pollster1 to Strac6
    Hillary, on the other hand, would probably be the last president of the United States as we know our country.

    Well done, on the above in particular, but also overall. As a pollster (now retired), I hope every conservative will work as hard as possible for the next six weeks, no matter how good (or bad) the polls suggest the election will be. We need to work on get out the vote efforts. We need to volunteer with True the Vote or as an official poll watcher. We need to make phone calls for Trump.

    It's not over until the voting is over and not even them. Until President Trump is sworn in, we cannot let up, relax, or get overconfident. We lost the last two presidential battles. If we lose this one . . .

  • Everyone thinks they are middle class: The false perceptions many Americans hold.

    09/26/2016 4:55:48 PM PDT · 36 of 58
    Pollster1 to who_would_fardels_bear

    You came closest to my view.

    - The rich essentially don’t have to work or they work but don’t play by the rules. The rich inherited money (I’m okay with that but think it’s sad for kids who never produce or contribute, like Chelsea Clinton) and don’t work a productive job, or who get huge government contracts for work that their bought politicians know won’t be done or won’t be worth anywhere near what they were paid (I’m not okay with that).

    - The middle class generally work for a living, do an honest job and try to deliver value, and have enough for some discretionary spending. They are the ones who made America great, and that group includes some people who earn a lot of money. Thomas Edison was middle class, even when he was bringing in a high income.

    - The poor are the welfare class who cannot work or choose not to and barely get by, and those working for very low pay, where getting by is not a certainty from week to week.

    I disagree completely with the premise of the article. Someone making $200k (and I’ve known a lot of those people) can easily be middle class, as can someone making $22k. Implying that anyone below $56k is poor, or that anyone well above $56k is rich is absurd. Middle class is a lifestyle and a way of seeing our role in the world, not a statistical median. The democrat party is based on artificially putting people in the upper or lower class, since those groups vote for more free stuff. The republican party is based on helping as many people as possible into the middle class, since the middle class is the productive people who make America great.

  • Large crowd surrounded and attacked CHP officer

    09/26/2016 4:14:05 PM PDT · 60 of 64
    Pollster1 to Ellendra
    . . . you wouldn't need to shoot all 40+, but maybe only a few, not including the first shot. The bad news is, those few will be the most psycho ones.

    Blood lust is not pretty. If a mob crosses over from self-preservation to anger, I do not want to be at close range.

  • Large crowd surrounded and attacked CHP officer

    09/26/2016 4:07:06 PM PDT · 58 of 64
    Pollster1 to Travis McGee

    I like #1 and #2 (stay away, or turn around before you get there when something seems wrong/dangerous). That’s my approach to life ever since I settled down. Although, as a former Scout, I shoot daily for practice. Be prepared.

    #3 worries me, not because I mind the idea of driving over thugs (I am worried how far I would get before they shifted to shooting from the initial recreational beat down) but because I mind the idea of driving through gridlock if the guys surrounding me won’t drive through thugs. You need the right car to push other cars out of the way.

    #4, a shootout at close range, sounds like a losing proposition in a riot, but better than nothing.

    #5, protecting our neighbors, sounds like a social duty - what we owe as decent, productive Americans.

  • White House says U.S. safer under Obama, despite crime surge

    09/26/2016 1:40:15 PM PDT · 44 of 47
    Pollster1 to jazusamo
    Do liberals support fact checking Barack Hussein and Hillary, or just Donald Trump?


    Baltimore under Barack Hussein


    Orlando night club under Barack Hussein


    Boston Marathon under Barack Hussein


    San Bernardino under Barack Hussein


    Ferguson, Missouri, under Barack Hussein

  • On debate day, Wall Street wakes up to possibility of a Trump win (Really!?)

    09/26/2016 1:30:49 PM PDT · 43 of 47
    Pollster1 to GilGil
    That's primarily because even in the scenario where the Republican prevails, the greater likelihood is that he'll have to deal with a divided Congress where it's difficult to push through major initiatives.

    Let them think that, but . . . Look at the numbers for the individual Senate races. The states democrats were counting on picking up are in many cases those where Trump is winning or very close. Two years ago, I expected that we would lose the Senate this year. Now, I'm thinking we are likely to keep both houses of Congress, if Trump doesn't have a real disaster (the daily "peak Trump" and "this one will stop Trump" stories don't count). That will be as big a political shock to the insiders as Trump's victory itself. I just hope and pray that Trump will be able to force the establishment republicans to back him, or that he will follow the Barack Hussein model and issue executive orders and waivers until Obamacare is dismantled.

  • MSNBC Previews Debate: Trump Needs to ‘Stop Lying,’ Clinton Needs to Tell Jokes

    09/26/2016 1:25:08 PM PDT · 44 of 53
    Pollster1 to litehaus
    Sure ENUF !! If he tells that dang story bout being ‘shot at’ getting off his plane in Oklahoma again, I’m gonna have a ....Uh Oh wait a second, that was whatsherface in Bosnia wasn’t it...?

    That would be funny, and it might play well with the general public. It's too late to practice the delivery, but it would be good for the second debate.

    "Of course I have international experience. I remember landing under sniper fire, in Bosnia. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles. Wait a minute, no, that was my distinguished and experienced opponent."

    "I led our government's efforts that toppled several unfriendly but stable Arab governments and replaced them with failed states. Oh, no, sorry, that wasn't me either. That was the establishment insider candidate too."

    "But, my job as president will be to lead our government, to choose the right advisors to recommend policies that serve the interests of the American people and that keep our country safe. My role will be to listen to expert advice, and when there is disagreement to weigh alternatives and to make sure decisions always serve the interests of America."

    "As with all new presidents, the job will require that I build and expand my personal relationships with other national leaders. I will work with our global allies, and I will talk with our adversaries to see where we can work together for our mutual profit. However, I am running for President of the United States, not for UN Secretary General, and my focus will be on preserving, protecting, and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, not on being a global nanny or policeman to the world."

  • BLM Founder: Policing Is Problematic, So We Need Police-Free Communities

    09/26/2016 1:07:38 PM PDT · 55 of 86
    Pollster1 to ColdOne

    I’m okay with that. Keep the druggies, the prostitutes, and other criminals inside a fence, with a warning to decent people to stay out of the “Police-free Community”. We already have quite a few of them - we call them prisons - and they are the best places for people who do not approve of the rule of law.

    Note: Barack Hussein and Hillary could both use some time in a police-free community too.