Pic of the day: Note of support left on police car in Utah

thanks2With all the hatred being leveled at police across the country, thanks in very large part to race-baiters like Al Sharpton and the rabble rousers on the left, it’s good to be able to post something positive.

On Saturday, Twitchy reported that a police officer in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, found this note on a patrol car:

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thanks2“This note was left on the windshield of a marked CHPD patrol car,” the department said in a tweet. “Thank you!”

Response to the department’s “thanks” was uniformly positive.

Yes, it would.  But don’t hold your breath waiting…



As I have reported in the past, Obama has never called for law and order, prompting me to refer to him as the “Lord of the Mobs.”  He encouraged the anti-capitalist Occupy Wall Street protests, and he’s not lifting a finger to stop this.  In fact, his one concern was that protests “stay on course.”

But stay on course for what, exactly?  Communist revolution?  The murder of police officers?

His base has already called for revolution, and one person, no doubt encouraged by the race-baiters, murdered two cops execution-style.

Another person added:

One person noted:


No, there isn’t.

My personal favorite response to this message:

I agree 100 percent.


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