- Dec 26, 2004
Once again you are not following me. I didn't say what she did was right or wrong. I'm saying that people like hear get heard. That being the loud, crazy, or radical one will get you noticed and your voice heard. I can name plenty of people in this group. Some may have good ideas and some may not. That's not the point. Look at Colin Kaepernick for instance. Look at what he did and the upheaval and how he went about it. He was heard and has a huge following. Being loud doesn't drive people away if you like what they are saying. Regardless of how they say it. More people are able to hear them period.You will lose this debate. I really hate to admit that I fall upon the side of the OP with regards to this matter, simply because he can be a real moron at times, but his obvious frustration is warranted. You are grossly mistaken.
It is standard protocol to refrain from interrupting one, whom has the floor. When that one happens to hold the highest office within our land (world, for that matter and others closely monitor all...), such is an even more egregious act. All should have voiced objections immediately after the address. Reporters are always standing by afterwards, for such. I refuse to defend ill behavior within our party.