Sen. Bill Cassidy had to know he was facing a tough crowd when they tried to shout down the invocation. "Amen!" one man hollered just moments after Louisiana State Chaplain Michael Sprague began his prayer. "Let's get on with it."
"Pray on your own time," another shouted, "this is our time."
A group of women near the back of the packed room at East Jefferson Parish Library chanted: "Separation of church and state. Separation of church and state."
Cassidy never seemed to get rattled, but a little while after the rowdy exercise in democracy came to an end, the senator spotted Sprague in a hallway.
"Thanks for doing that, Mike," Cassidy said. "Wow, they booed the name of Jesus."
"We don't want information," one woman shouted, "we want our questions answered."
Woo-hoo, bitchy woman...reminds me of an old song.
I rather enjoy spectacles like this - with their shouting, disrespect, and frequent violence, the "progressive" Left make it abundantly clear that they're only Tolerant™ as long as you agree with them. That behavior simply moves more people to the conservative side, so when all is said and done, it's a huge plus for the side of sanity. I really hope that they continue their tantrums for a few more years. Every time they pull these sorts of things, it's a net benefit to real Americans.