Trump plans Fireworks at Mt Rushmore. Is it payback to destroy this monument with forest fires plus cause more COVID problems?
He is very angry will took down all the monuments of the past. He is angry the Confederate flag has been removed. So whats to say he isn't planning this to set the forest on fire and scorch the monument or destroy it because of its importance to all Americans. Fireworks have been banned for 10 years at this site due to extreme fire risk. And what about spreading of COVID-19?6 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
The damage is done. Our troops were used not to protect but to challenge Americans. Can you see the damage done?
If you have never been military than I doubt you will understand. It is the job of the military to protect the Constitution of the United States. It is their job to protect the American people from those who seek to destroy our way of life. Our freedoms and rights. No matter whether they are foreign or domestic. But it does not include being used as herdsmen for peaceful protestors.
Do you see the mental strife you placed on all those who joined the military wanting to protect and serve our country? They had to turn on those they promised to protect. We shamed them. And for what, a photo shoot of a man so alienated from religion he did not know the proper and respectful way to hold a Bible. He had the clergy removed from their own church and pushed off down the street so he could show his *** one more time. For God's sake.
Do you understand these men and women are not toy soldiers but trained military troops who go into battle knowing they might die for our rights and our liberties?3 AnswersMilitary2 months ago
Failure to have a tight and solid case against these other two officers before arresting them will only result in a failed case and probably dismissal or light sentences. A good case takes time. I know people want justice but the destruction of property and pelting the police with objects is not a way to promote peaceful demonstrations. they can arrest these men but if a court of law or judge does not find it compelling he will throw it out of court.6 AnswersLaw & Ethics2 months ago
Was I the only one that noticed the looters destroyed more than they took and seemed to be bent on destruction?
The stores were trashed. The food was dumped on the floors and they destroyed more of the displays than taking the food to feed their families. The girls seemed to head for the clothing stores stealing purses, shoes and items meant more for adults than children.
Did anyone think of the store owners and the losses they would have. The loss of jobs, maybe permanently.3 AnswersPolitics2 months ago
I have a girlfriend who wants to blame her husband for cheating and, yet while it happened just once, she insists every woman is chasing her man. She found out he had cheated by going on line, violating her sister's phone account, lying as to who she was. What my friend doesn't mention, when she is telling others, is that this snooping began before they were married and were just seeing each other. Is it possible that her actions could have caused a reaction in him that was not right but he felt justified with all her nonsense. And what she doesn't tell others is she is just as guilty in the infidelity game.12 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago