Drone strikes against people running out of a store after (presumably) robbing the place would be unconstitutional. Arrest them and give them their day in court. If they're about to harm another, then that's a different story and deadly force is justified.
nah..Cruz/Rand or Carly
[-16] August 22, 2015 at 4:07pm
Pandering to the max. He can’t even use shampoo and he should run the country?
Kind of scared that he might be the nominee, aren’t you? : )
 August 22, 2015 at 4:05pm
Look, for 6 years Republicans held the White House, Congress, and the majority in the Supreme Court. What did they do about the murder of so many children? NOTHING! All those killings are just being used as political stunt to get votes. We all know most abortions occur in “red states” so where is the outrage?
Those smoldering coals many of us have kept alive are being fed by the fuel of public disgust at the exposed workings of Planned Parenthood.
I agree with the sentiment that the Republicans sat on their hands. and hope they brought their asbestos underwear for the next election cycle. That might also explain some of Trump's popularity, huh?
[-6] August 22, 2015 at 3:50pm
See you on the front lines! Oh, you were busy that day?
August 22, 2015 at 3:49pm
Secretive donors gave US climate denial groups $125m over three years. Google that. AND if climate change wasn’t real why do 13,950 peer reviewed climate change articles state it’s real and only 24 reject it? Then there’s the fact that some of the deniers are paid deniers! So let this be clear: There is no scientific controversy over this. Climate change denial is purely, 100 percent made-up political and corporate-sponsored crap. When the loudest voices are fossil-fuel funded think tanks, when they don’t publish in journals but instead write error-laden op-eds in partisan venues, when they have to manipulate the data to support their point, then what they’re doing isn’t science.
 August 22, 2015 at 12:59pm
 August 22, 2015 at 12:58pm
 August 22, 2015 at 12:40pm
Monk, sorry for the flippant comment, I’m not trying to make fun of anyone, but as long as you keep pointing fingers at just one side of the problem you’re forging your own chains. Our government is grotesquely corrupt on both sides and pointing the blame at just your personal enemies mean you will need to vote for “the other side” without addressing any of THEIR corruption. Obama didn’t take your job, the government did, reps AND Dems, hand in hand.
 August 22, 2015 at 12:32pm
“In dollar terms, the biggest recipient by far is Boeing, with a total of more than $13 billion, reflecting the giant deals it has gotten in Washington and South Carolina as well as more than130 smaller deals around the country. The others at the top of the cumulative subsidy dollar list are: Alcoa ($5.6 billion), Intel ($3.9 billion), General Motors ($3.5 billion) and Ford Motor ($2.5 billion). A total of 17 companies have received cumulative subsidy awards worth more than $1 billion; 182 have received awards of $100 million or more.”
 August 22, 2015 at 11:53am
 August 22, 2015 at 11:50am
So what’s the bottom line? Corporate welfare? Zero taxes with incentives (paid with our tax money) to stay here? No minimum wage so we can fight over $3.00 an hour jobs like Mexicans have to? Trump wants to “Make America great again”. What was the corporate tax rate back then, I wonder.
Exactly Trump's point! A good idea gone awry because Mexico negotiated a better deal than we did. What the hell is Ambassador Caroline Kennedy doing negotiating with Japan? Trump would put in one of his pit bulls and if he/she wasn't up to the job he would find someone that could. No idea who our Ambassador to Mexico is but you can be sure they would be fired in a Trump administration and the replacement would go with simple traveling orders. "Fix it or 'You're Fired!'"