posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 04:27 PM
This isn't the America I always believed in. You have a right to peaceful protests and you should have a right to state your opinion. We were
always lead to believe it was the peoples right to question their officials. When I was growing up during the cold war, our politicians would always
remind Americans that in the Soviet Union you could be arrested by the KGB if you talked bad about the communist government. What's the difference
here? The guy was unarmed and making a quite statement! I would think these power egotistical politicians would rather have that kind of protester
than someone yelling out and bringing attention to themselves. We're being intimidated by our own government. Our government is very hypocritical.
As for the Rumsfeld video, you can see it in Rumsfeld's face when he was faced with the fact that he said he knew where they were hiding the WMD'S.
He was caught off guard and was searching for an answer. Then instead of answering the question, he starts talking about Powell! The guy in the
audience should become a reporter. We don't have any reporter's who have the balls to ask the hard questions. We now have state run media, secret
police...oh wait, we live in America!