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Discussion in 'News and Politics' started by Mr. Chitlin, Jun 29, 2020.
If every city/state would do this.....these riot's, looting & arson would end quickly. This is the way to stop these thugs, throw them in jail with maximum sentences. Of course... the democrat run area's don't want this lawlessness to stop. This should backfire on them this election. Many citizens that usually vote democrat, don't want their cities burned, looted & taken over by thugs....while their politicians, mayors & governor, do nothing to stop it.
Yeah ! This goes a lot further . The Knee on the neck - was just the jumping in point that "new world order" bunch needed . No Law & Order = no country .
This is how it should be! We need to stand up for the Rule of Law and enforce it. We who are the "silent majority" need to be silent no longer.
I'd like to think Arkansas would do likewise! Not sure though....think about that next time you vote....!
Yea, me too!
Arresting them, charging them, is great. But if a court just lets them go, and probably also slaps the hands of those doing the arresting, what good does it do?
Probably nothing unless a judge gets tired of letting the same ones get away with their hateful terrorism! Sooner or later hes gonna either step down or enforce existing laws!
Here's your problem: WHO will you vote for? If you vote for a Democrat, you're voting for MORE riots. If you vote for the Republican, you're voting for the incumbent.
Depends on the one running against the incumbent!
Good to see somebody standing up to these low life street thugs.
The one running against an incumbent Republican will be a Democrat -- do we really want to put the Democrats back into power in Arkansas?
Depends; Assa being a wolf in sheeps clothing; Id say the lesser of the 2 evils!
Yes, but he who will not vote for the lesser of two evils automatically votes for the greater of those two evils.
Sounds good. Always used. Not mathematically logical, unless the less of two evils is behind. If the lesser of two evils is ahead at end of race, it doesn't matter how or if you cast your one vote.
So can you predict the future? Can you tell me today who's going to win tomorrow?
Of course not! When you go into the polling place, you don't know whether the candidate of your choice will win or not. So arguments that presume you can tell today what will happen tomorrow don't stand up.
No, I can't, but neither can you. And your statement had NO qualifications. It was given as absolute. It always is. But mathematically, it is not.
Really? Then demonstrate it mathematically.
I already did. I'm done, Vern. You're too hard to discuss things with. Sorry, but I don't have the desire to get into another big argument. You can read what I already wrote. If you understand it, fine.