YES! The police have shown they can't handle this.
42%
NO! Bringing in the Nat’l Guard will incite more riots.
58%

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trueblue313 9 years 44 weeks ago

How laughable. The Army (National Guard) should be brought in to insure the police does not behave as a "gestapo". They should be there to protect the PEOPLE from the police, NOT the other way around !!!

Vegasman56 9 years 44 weeks ago

The Governor of Missouri brought in their National Guard to protect police command post from the citizens of Ferguson. To ease the tension, the Missouri National Guard should create a buffer zone between the Police Department of Ferguson and Missouri State Highway patrol, not to protect law enforcement from the citizens. This just show how far this country’s Justice Department along with law enforcement, (the Police Department) has deteriorated into a totalitarian state controlled by a political police force that secretly supervises the citizens' activities, what we called, a police state! Where is Andy Taylor of Mayberry when you need him!

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