I think the real question is: would the Secret Service let you run?

Asker's Portrait Asked by nathanielbuildsatesseract


They’d better be able to keep up! It’s gonna be really awkward on Sunday long runs when the agents protecting me are getting dropped at mile 7 and we still have 8 more miles to go.

The only thing that would make me a bad president is misuse of taxpayer funds on running shoes. 

I think I can overlook shoes after 8 years of Obama ok. But after a million bucks I’m walking through your front door and slapping you upside the head.

Ed Henry vs Press Secretary Josh Earnest

I asked because last week when he made the statement about James Foley's beheading..uh.. within minutes after he was on the golf course..um, is he detached? Does he feel like the critics are coming after him? It doesn't matter anymore? Why is he still raising campaign money and playing golf when he's acknowledging he doesn't have the strategy to deal with ISIS?

PS Josh:
Well ED, the job of any U.S. president is to be able to handle a lot of different responsibilities at the same time. That's why the president has a national security team in whom he has a lot of confidence so he can play golf knowing they will be able to handle any threat towards the American people. It is also why he works closely with his advisors on a number of different issues to make sure he is hitting the ball in the right direction; that he is setting a vision for the future of this country so that we may all play golf in peace and harmony. Let the president play some fucking golf, ED.

A store is offering a discount or promotion for bringing in a church bulletin. Is that legal?

Often FFRF will receive complaints from members that a private-owned business in their area is offering a discount to customers who present a church bulletin. These “church bulletin discounts” show up as promotions at a variety of businesses including restaurants or grocery stores for anyone demonstrating their status as a believer or church attendee.

These types of promotions are illegal under federal law. The Civil Rights Act states in relevant part, “All persons shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations of any place of public accommodation … without discrimination on the ground of race, color, religion, or national origin.” 42 U.S.C. §2000a(a). As a place of “public accommodation,” it is illegal for restaurants, grocery stores or other businesses to discriminate, or show favoritism, on the basis of religion. Church bulletin discounts are restrictive promotional practices, which favor religious customers and deny customers who do not attend church, and nonbelievers, the right to “full and equal” enjoyment of the restaurant, store or other business.

Actually it’s NOT illegal since the only thing stopping you from obtaining a church bulletin is your own fucking stupidity.

And might I add that ‘discrimination based on religious preference’ CANNOT be applied to any lawsuits you dipshits bring without acknowledging that atheism is in fact a religion.

And since this is already on your own website (http://ffrf.org/faq/state-church/item/14010-church-bulletin-discounts) I believe it’s safe to assume you deem atheism as a legit religion and therefore put yourselves beside the Westboro Baptist Church in the race for who can be the most offensive bunch of twats to ever spawn from the pits of hell.