Hmm, "Kill him!" Applaud. "Shoot him!" Applaud. "Terrorist!" Applaud. "Kill the N Word!" Applaud. That's fine with you but a idiot
being an idiot doing idiot things getting kicked out makes you mad? I was at a concert in July when three drunken idiots tried to jump on the stage.
Security removed them. I guess they were being Pro Obama too right even though it had nothing to do with him?
Directed at the people "appaled" by the applause. They applaud when people call for the assassination of Obama, or call him a terrorist and other
names. But an idiot does idiot stuff and is escorted away they use mock anger. And to the guy who says he can't hear it, every one else can you
must be the only person who can't.
i don't particularly care for obama's campaign, although i can't speak about him personally. i agree that the man needed to be left to speak if
that was his right in that situation. but for the record, i don't think seeing anomalies on other planets is the equivalent of hearing voices that
aren't there. drawing that distinction in conjunction with a republican position vs. a democratic position, is folly. i wouldn't promote that
idea, if i were you. it's not purely democratic to see anomalous things in photographs.
The protester was trampling on other people's right to hear what was going on. Yes, we all have freedom of speech but that freedom does not trump
others' right to assemble peaceably and hear a candidate exercise their right to free speech either.
Whether the disruption is at a Democratic or Republican gathering, the police who politely remove the offenders are really protecting the rights of
I do not support the war in Iraq, but I don't support those who demonstrate at the funerals of servicemen either.
There is free speech but there should also be common decency.
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