Obama was applauded by the son of Neo-Marxist, Saul Alinsky, for applying his father's tactics to campaign 2008. His base applied good ole Saul's advice that nothing is sacred during what was supposed to be a memorial service. Ironically, Alinskians believe it's okay to play God, but nothing is sacred. Contray to showing respect, they turned the occasion into a pep rally with campaign overtones, replete with T-shirts.
This is no surprise, coming from a breed which has mocked common decency for decades now. Yet they cloak their "causes" in morality. And they always have an excuse, regardless of how false or bizarre. They used words like "celebration" and "the grieving process" as excuses. Sounding like they got so "open-minded" their brains fell out apparently doesn't concern them.
Obama's complicity was obvious in his silence. He could've stopped it initially, but no, not even after 50 interruptions! Obama seemed comfortable. After all, he has said to know whom he surrounds himself with is to know him. The repugnant yelling and hooting was not civil. Nor was booing Gov. Brewer.
This ilk, of course, used the tragedy to continue their vicious attacks on Sarah Palin, according to the Alinsky model of "pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it." We have not seen such a level of propaganda since the days of the patriot, Joseph McCarthy, who was vindicated by the Verona Files. The Alinskians are scared spitless that Sarah Palin could become the first woman President of the United States.