A stricter reading of the leash laws would keep such as you off the streets.
That is so weak I am amazed you even took the time to develop that logic bending conclusion.
 June 15, 2016 at 4:01pm
If you think the NRA supports the Constitution, you are wrong. The modern NRA is not a pro-Constitution group, but has repeatedly attempted to undermine the entire Constitution, particularly the First and Fourth Amendments, to protect their own power.
Not scared at all, but the enemy is known and it is islam, it is a ideology of control and not a religion.
As for fellow Americans,
My fellow Americans will not try to kill me if I don't convert to their religion,
My fellow Americans believe marrying children is wrong,
My fellow Americans believe in our laws and don't want shari law here,
My fellow Americans know the true threat is islam and what it stands for
My fellow Americans don't believe in honor killings
My fellow Americans don't keep slaves
Shall I go on.
It's almost some kind of a hazing ritual by now.
"Bah, the damn Germans! Lazy and drunk. They'll be a bane to America! Why can't they be like us Brits?"
"Bah, the damn Chinese! Shifty and untrustworthy! They'll be a bane to America! Why can't they be like us Brits and Germans?"
"Bah, the damn Irish! Drunk, lazy and ever pregnant! They'll be a bane to America!..."
And it goes on.
Yeah we are terrible people.It it wasn't for our dang racism we would our children raped just Europe.Take your 30 pieces of silver and go
But because of racism, we had the KKK attacking the north after the civil war. See? Racism is a double edged blade. It just tends to hurt the weilder more than the target.
June 9, 2016 at 11:00pm
And there are not people salivating for the chance to establish that in America, right this moment.
 June 9, 2016 at 10:59pm
Because that’s happening every single day in America, right?
 June 5, 2016 at 1:45am
What utter stupidity. Nothing says you must go to jail in order to fight a law that you do not agree with. No, you fight it all the way through the courts.
 June 5, 2016 at 1:41am
Why should he have to answer for people he does not even know, doing things he does not condone, half a world away?
That sounds rather collectivist. And absolutely stupid on top of it.
June 4, 2016 at 11:50am
dissentnow — of course they won’t say the same thing about Ted.
Because he’s white. Simple as that.
June 4, 2016 at 11:49am
It’s funny how the right will scream about big government forcing us to do things against our will — then get outraged when a man refuses to let the government force him to fight a war.
 June 4, 2016 at 11:47am
“Hate white people”
And yet, he never showed anyone he met — outside of trash-talk hype for a match — an ounce of disrespect, white, black or anything in between.
 June 4, 2016 at 11:44am
It’s funny how many “small government types” get bent out of shape because a man refuses to let the government force him to fight a war he doesn’t believe in.
He changed his name shortly after defeating Liston for the title in 1964, but for years afterward, many journalists and reporters refused to refer to him by his new name and continued to refer to him in print as Cassius Clay. In 2016, if a reporter or journalist intentionally continued to refer to Caitlyn Jenner as Bruce Jenner, how many minutes do you think said person would continue to keep their job?