Monday, June 14, 2010

When A Congressman Attacks

This video seems to beg a number of questions:

1. Am I not allowed to question a Congressman?
2. Where in the Constitution does it say you have the right to know who I am or what college I am attending simply because I ask you a question?
3. Do you support the Obama agenda?
4. Are Congressmen allowed to assault citizens?
4. Isn't it funny that on the Washington Post online that they chose to embed the video from the camera of the young man who was grabbed? You can still hear the conversation but not see the grabbing. (Can we say bias?)

Today Etheridge gives a "heartfelt" apology. He talks about having been spat at in the past, he's tired of the partisanship, and he also had a hard day, Poor baby.

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