Freedom to heckle

When George Bush is going somewhere, he is shadowed by members of the loony left, blinded by their hatred, waving their placards, chanting, protesting violently for peace causing mayhem and ultimately being nothing more than a hindrance.
Ask law enforcement types who they are more worried about when policing large crowds, peace protestors or 'racist, bigoted' conservative republicans.

None the less it is surprising the loony left can't even support their own leaders, who might actually have a shot at implementing their foolish ideas. It seems these fools are happy to continue to marginalize themselves to mere background noise in global affairs.
Anti-war protesters interrupted U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech at Brown University by heckling the New York Democrat for four solid minutes before police escorted them out of the auditorium. Clinton was about eight minutes into her 50-minute speech, "Women Leaders,'' on Saturday night when an unidentified man stood and shouted "Is it leadership to support the war?''

Before the speech, about 70 protesters rallied outside the auditorium and said they targeted Clinton because her votes on the war mirror the Bush administration's policies despite her being considered the front-runner among Democratic presidential hopefuls in 2008. A group called Military Families Speak Out was among the protesters outside. They carried picket signs and yelled "He lied, she complied, they died. Bring the troops home now.''
Its all good for the republicans though, heckle away guys, heckle to your hearts content, the more you heckle, the more trouble you cause, the more evidence on display, and the further the voter moves.

Via OpiniPundit

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