I wonder if Cyndy saw the video. He didn't snap; he called them out on their rude behavior--interrupting and drowning out his message. They not only did not want to hear it), but did not want others to hear it. I see this all the time in debates and on programs like PBS news; they bully to try to prevent messages from being heard.
Mostly I agree with you; Republicans (conservatives) are more emotional, fearful, rigid and aggressive out of their fear than liberals (studies prove this and I can cite them if you want).
But I wonder about your last statement, that neither party has demonstrated great logic. What have liberals and Democrats done that make you say that?
Where does money fit into this debate? I thought it was about civil rights.
Excluding gay/lesbian people is costly. They don't have equal protection of the law. But this is about morality, ethics, civil rights. Money is not the issue in this -- or in many controversial subjects although some people often allude to it.
They're usually agin' it--not money but any change.
No wonder our elected officials are looked at with such scorn. Most voters--even gun owners--want this kind of protection such as background checks and banning assault rifles. So why does NRA's money outweigh the popular opinion?
I have long since concluded that the orchestra board has no real interest in an outstanding symphony orchestra here. Their only goal seems to be money. They do not seem to have any sense of civic responsibility (although I think they are in general the wealthiest of Minnesotans) or that they need to pay anything back to the community for their success. Philistines, is my conclusion.
If we can subsidize all these sports stadiums why cannot we subsidize the orchestra which gives us so...
They have to be 18 years old. And the hours are limited. And most important, most minimum wage jobs are held by adults trying to make a living and support a family.
This is just more propaganda out of the neo-conservatives' web sites.
This is as suspect as claiming our schools are the laughing stock on the world.