posted on Sep, 12 2007 @ 12:36 AM
oh aw write den . . .
There was this duly organized assembly of persons, who had gathered together for the express purpose of making a public announcement. Things wuzza
goin' good do u see, when up jumps a whistleblower (i.e., cop w/siren) and an animal control artist ( i.e., rider on horseback ) which, acting each
to his own part, makes blazen attempt at disrupting the duly ordered assembly -- i.e., in indecorum. Thus raising the question as to who has the
floor, okay. So then, when the decision is made by the chair of the assembly, or by some constituted authority such as a parlaimentarian, the persons
who entered the assembly did so out of no respect for duly constituted authority. So they are hereby called down for issues arising out of acts of
indecorum. If this is a real question of American civil rights being violated, then so be it. BOO
There are rules which determine whether a member who has the floor may be interrupted.
Somebody else' turn.