Monday, January 18, 2010

How not to be a political activist

It is okay to believe and speak about what is in the content of the below video. If a person yells obscenities at a former President such as George H. W. Bush, disturbing the peace, and being belligerent is legitimate cause for arrest. The people around George H. W. Bush didn't need to have their lunches and workplace disrupted.

The way to change, is not this way:

Text the above asshat supplied with his video:
January 6, 2010 - As if a restaurant's shrine to a mass murderer and featured menu items in the name of the diabolical traitor to America weren't enough, George Bush Sr. himself arrived when I was eating lunch with friends. Although I'm aware of many of his countless crimes against humanity, my mind went blank when it came to speaking out. It's a wonderful thought for me to imagine these killers being scolded each and every time they appear in public.

Al Gore is pounced upon by loud political activists yelling slogans at a book signing in Chicago, Illinois. This is why police use tazer weapons, pepper spray, and billy clubs. Spectators and the general public have a right to not having their peace disturbed. Yes, there is free speech, but there is no right to yell and infringe on the rights of others to exercise Free Speech. If you are truly a political activist, this in not the way to further your cause:

I posted this comment on the youtube video above:
Free Speech is a right. Yelling and disturbing the general public is not a right. Attracting this kind of attention begs the question on whether you are paid to be disruptive to discredit a legitimate argument to a theory presented. I have to wonder if this is staged. Because I know from experience that just writing a blog critical of a governor (Connecticut), you can be arrested on sight appearing in public. If I can't get away with typing my opinion, how do you get away with yelling yours?


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