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Originally posted by uberarcanist
Even if he did want to educate people, this is not the most effective way to do that...
Originally posted by Electro38
Originally posted by giorgio
Did you see how scared they looked when he was just speaking?
Originally posted by SpadeofAces
Nothing against anyone's opinions, it is just weird how most people first agreed with me about how I felt about this early on, and after maybe the 7th or 8th page, it changed to people calling him a doofus. The more I read about him, I do realize that he has done staged stuff and pre meditated things, but this seems different to me. He only started freaking out when the officers put there hands on him, and he wanted to make it clear to the audience that this was wrong and shouldn't be happening. He was trying to get a point across while officers were subduing him. I do not believe his plan was to get tackled and tased, but simply to ask a couple detailed and well drawn out questions to Kerry. I agree, he was putting Kerry on the spot, but what kind of reporter doesn't put people on the spot, it happens everyday. It was the coordinators fault for not letting him finish his questions, that would be rude to me if I was at a hearing, speaking my mind, with emotion and confidence, and someone turned my microphone off like I was some rambling drunken idiot not making sense. He had legitimate questions, and didn't become rude until someone else did. He even kissed his ass a little bit by telling him, "Hey, you should be the president right now man!""Why didn't you do anything about it?"
[edit on 20-9-2007 by SpadeofAces]