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 Posted: Tue Jan 24th, 2012 09:31 pm
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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: BayouBoogie wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: BayouBoogie wrote: Further, I think Rep What-his-name SHOULD yell "liar" if the Pres is lying through his teeth.  Just going along with shit you strongly disagree with & keeping your mouth shut because tradition dictates you should is NOT the way it's supposed to be done. 

I'm of the opinion that Joe Wilson yelled that to score Tea Party cred points.  I doubt beej can convert those to Congressional mana.



He probably did. He seems like a bit of a glory hounding D-Bag, but I can't say what the man's motives were, and Obama WAS lying through his teeth, so I'm glad someone spoke spoke out about it.

If you give a speech some day, let me know, because I wouldn't miss it for the world.  I'll heckle you so much that your head will spin around like Reagan MacNeil.

If you say I'm being disrespectful or ignorant or downright uncivil, I'll say tough shit, it's my right to do it and FUCK YOU if you think otherwise.

See what I'm getting at here?  Probably not.


 
I see where you are going and it's a fucking ridiculous argument that slaps logic and reality in the face.
 

You'd do nothing of the sort. You'd be kicked out as anyone who disrupts a meeting would be & you'll be arrested if you refuse to leave or shut up. If you want to yell a single word or two then shut the fuck up or be removed, that is your right, and I say it's your obligation if you feel strongly & think the scene you make is worth it.


But comparing yelling a single word or phrase to the disruption you described in your post is as crazy as the post you made where you compare pissing on things and defacing property to quietly declining an invitation.

BTW, it is NOT your legal right to act like that in a structured setting. Not sure where you get that idea from. You could be kicked out of a comedy club for too much of that, much less a friggin speech. A damn bar owner can kick you out if he doesn't like the way you are acting. You can be kicked out of a convenience store for harassing people. How can you think you have the right to continually disrupt a speech with no consequences?

Last edited on Tue Jan 24th, 2012 10:16 pm by BayouBoogie