And when there is no police, who do you blame? Serves you right for your stereotypical view and ignorance for the Constitution, which has allowed you the right to voice your opinion. Too bad you will drag down the people who really work and believe in America.
 March 12, 2015 at 10:30am
F you. I’m so tired of these ******** lying Muslims. Nothing but evil
That is why I will write in Sarah Palin and Ben Carson.
A lifelong Democrat.
 February 23, 2015 at 2:44am
Racist, it’s as simple as that. He’s a racist.
 February 17, 2015 at 11:03pm
Lie lie lie and then decieve. Wait that sounds familiar, who was it that always does that? Oh yeah, satan.
 February 17, 2015 at 11:00pm
I expect Eric Holder, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharptin to be front and center to defend this woman. Uh,scratch that, I mean this man for such a vicious and violent presence on stage while a great musician is playing. Has this women no respect?
Maybe obama can do a psa. It's funny, but black people just don't listen to him or michelle.
 January 27, 2015 at 2:51pm
The new catch phrase for when people screw up, don’t know what they are doing.”Government employee”. Don’t be a government employee, people will laugh at your dumb ass! Go find a real job and actually do some work instead of sucking on the teat of the American Taxpayer.
Not all "Government employees" are dumb asses. Specifically my husband (VET). He spent 25 years in submarines and tanks. He now works for the US Government as a federal police officer. Yes, he does work with "dumb asses" but please don't assume all are that way. He continues to do his duty and is worthy of respect.
I don't think the LEFT rev al dullard has a law degree nor license! I find that less conceivable than his earning a theological degree. I can't find evidence of that either. "At the age of ten he was ordained a Pentecostal minister at the Washington Temple Church of God in Christ in Bedford-Stuyvestant, New York. He toured with gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and was known on the New York church circuit as "Wonderboy." At the age of twelve, Sharpton sought out the famed pastor and U.S. Congressman from New York, Adam Clayton Powell Jr., after reading one of his books. Sharpton cites the legendary Powell--who headed the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem and served in the House of Representatives from 1945 to 1970--as a tremendous influence upon him. Powell was flamboyant and outspoken, and for it doggedly persecuted by various government agencies throughout his political career. It took a U.S. Supreme Court ruling to exonerate Powell's name after he was expelled from Congress."