Friday, February 03, 2006

Word, NYGF.

I think that the actual safety of the people in a building, plus the right of the audience to hear the proceedings without substantive distraction, are good reasons to impose limitations on speech and behavior at important government proceedings. Anything else is just blatantly illegal.

When in HELL did our politicians get the idea that they are entitled to dissent-free zones at their public appearances? >: A clue, Georgie: the SOTU was not instituted to be an ADVERTISEMENT for you and your proto-Gileadan agenda. It's a demonstration of your accountability to we, the T-shirt-wearing people of the United States of America.


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