posted on Nov, 16 2011 @ 06:40 PM
Originally posted by Blaine91555
Your right to act any way you wish though, I'll give you that. What is your right and what is reasonable are two separate topics. Generally people
abandon childish outbursts when they mature.
You have to understand Blaine, that many of his supporters are still pretty much kids. His huge support among college kids brings with it a lot of
young energy, and these kids are used to football pep rallies and such. Of course that's gonna clash with the older folks who are uncomfortable with,
and I dare say envious of, their youth and enthusiasm. I think Ron Paul appreciates that enthusiasm, and it's against his principles to try and tell
others how they need to act. He's up there to say what he has to say, regardless of what his supporters are doing. He doesn't control us all, nor
should he. That would
be creepy and cult like.
And if you want an example of the audience boo'ing Ron Paul, here ya go...have a watch...
Didn't see ANY emails about Santorum or his supporters being banned after that.
Another thing that happened during the CBS debate where the RP supporters boo'ed Romney, was during a break a lone soldier in uniform stood up and
yelled that the military supports Ron Paul. Didn't see him mentioned in the email as being rude or boorish. They wouldn't dare do that, even though he
was expressing his enthusiasm as well.
edit on 16-11-2011 by 27jd because: (no reason given)