Bush Warmly Greeted At Baseball Game

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    When Bush threw out the first pitch at the new stadium in Washington, he was warmly greeted by the crowd.

    They booooooooooooooooooooooed Him.:clap2:

    The next game all those attending will be vetted before they enter the stadium.:rofl:
     
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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    Anyone notice Rayboy never posts anything unless it is directly related to Bush?

    What will you being doing next year when you won't have Bush to fixate on Rayboy? I suggest you get in therapy now so you won't be lost come January.
     
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    The truth is, he was greeted with both "boos" and "cheers." Sounds pretty typical to me.
     
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    And which sound do you think was more prevalent?

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    So you're saying MLB fans are predominantly liberals morons?
     
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    those weren't scattered boos. It sounded like half the stadium was booing him. I've never heard of a president being roundly booed like that at a baseball game.
     
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    I never said they were scattered boos nor was I trying to imply that the boos weren't the more prevalent of the two greetings. I was merely pointing out that there were some cheers as well. Sheesh. So much for accuracy in reporting. LOL.
     
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    I feel that it's pretty rude... booing at someone. Now if you want to confront them with a debate and make them look stupid for the decisions they make, that's fine--as long as you have information to back it up with...but booing someone is ill-mannered...a "word" used by the ignorant. The only words they can think of to express their position is "boo?" It's just the president throwing the first pitch at a baseball game, has nothing to do with politics or foreign and domestic policies.
     

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