The Constitution is the "Supreme Law of the Land" in the sense that its the foundation upon which the United States of America's Laws are made...IE, it's the law that governs the governments creation of laws that government the people. It is not the "Supreme Law of the Land" in the sense that the original poster was apparently inspired to post this thread in which it was implied that somehow an individual citizens interpritation of the constitution (Which is, frankly, worthless in a legal sense) is somehow more the "law" than a police officers actions regarding laws on the books. Stating that a Cop is acting "illegally" because the "Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land" and YOU think the thing they're doing is unconstitutional is not a legitimate fact nor is it an accurate representation of how the Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land. The cops words at that point in time absolutely are more in line and more empowered by the law than your own personal interpritation of the Constitution up until such point that a judge rules in your favor.
So in a general sense, the answer is yes. In the way the OP was originally intending in the thread that spawned this and that he's now attempting to use this poll to justify his correctness on, it does not.