I wish people wouldn’t boo or cheer at these things. Let the answers come, and let viewers sit there and think for themselves.
We are right on so many issues, but those we hope to sway back off at such displays.
No, I’m not talking about preventing freedom of expression. I’m just recalling how when I wasn’t as conservative as I am now, listening to the answers, and then later then the MSM flipped out over certain things, I’d think “That’s not how I received that answer.”
The cheering and such makes it so much more like a lib feel-good event, instead of an opportunity to hear responses. And I don’t care if someone’s gay or whatever, if they’re a soldier they deserve to say what they have to say, even if it’s stupid.
This has been shoved down our throats so much it is hard not to let out some remark!! When I was in the military it was not tolerated you were drummed out. Unfit to serve! When your in boot camp and have to take showers with other guys you sure don’t want some gay guy scoping you out!!!
I would have to disagree with you on this one. I like the audience responses because it shows that there is life and energy in the Republican Party as opposed to the old stereotype of the staid, boring GOP. Also, the American public has been bashed by the liberal media all of their lives. They are made to feel that they are the only ones who have conservative views. Everything from the news to the entertainment programs are slanted to promote the liberal message. When people call out from the audience it shows a show of strength that the American people have been waiting for for a long time. At last they see a room full of a HUGE crowd that agrees with them. This is empowering.