Monday, July 24, 2006

Troublemakers trying to make more trouble

Worcester Telegram:

After parking Weise's car, the three, dressed in professional attire and holding tickets obtained from their local congressman, arrived at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. Young cleared security, but Weise and Bauer were briefly detained and told by staff they had been "identified" and would be arrested if they tried "any funny stuff," according to court records.
And you know they had "funny stuff" in mind.

"I had every reason to attend that event, just as anyone else in the room had that day," said Weise. "If we raised security to a higher level just because we had an opinion different from the administration, I think that goes far beyond what is appropriate for this country."
Oh, and you know better than Our Leader what's appropriate for this country? He'd the Decider. You're not. Simple.

Lawsuits by protesters are not always embraced by the courts. In Pennsylvania, a federal judge dismissed a suit challenging the arrests of six men who stripped down to thongs and formed a pyramid to protest the Abu Ghraib scandal when Bush paid a visit to Lancaster.
Troublemakers never realize that there is a time and a plce for everything. The time for frat pranks like naked pyramids are for frat houses and prisons, behind closed doors with no photography. Photographs only make trouble. Don't be a troublemaker.

Gone are the days of candidates facing down hecklers or reacting to distractions like, the man who donned a chicken costume and pestered George H.W. Bush in 1991 after he balked at Bill Clinton's invitations to debate.
And good riddance. We don't need trouble in our 2 party political process. It needs to run smoothly and efficiently in order to have swift delgation of Decisions from the Decider.

So stop making trouble. After the Decider decides, that's America's decision. And it had better be yours, too.

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