This article is from two weeks ago and was already discussed here.
From the article:
Cain said, I happen to think that maybe they were booing the whole dont ask, dont tell repeal more so than booing that soldier.
When asked if he should have asked the audience to respect the soldier, Cain said, In retrospect, because of the controversy it has created and because of the different interpretations that it could have had, yes, that probably that would have been appropriate
So which part do you all disagree with that Cain said he didnt think they WERE booing the soldier? Or the part that he should have asked the audience to respect a soldier?
I personally thought Cain handled the controversy fine. I think the audience was in fact booing the repeal of DADT and not the soldier. Republicans dont boo soldiers...democrats do...and spit on them as well.