I don't get all this anger that liberals have for what's happening with the Town Hall meetings. Here's a video of our Pelosi talking about war protestors. And how being disruptive is a good thing. But now that Bush is out and people are protesting against her, it's a bad thing. All these knuckledheaded Port Protestors we had here that did nothing but make people's lives miserable, who were just trying to make a living, or drive through our streets, or get to work, etc. But to have a few people raise their voices because they're passionate about getting their message across, well that's downright unAmerican. I think the real issue is isolation. These Democrat politicans have nothing but Yes people surrounding them, media who get their message out without ever questioning anything, and who live in the liberal Disneyworld of Washington DC, have no idea what average Americans think. It's as if it's the first time in their life someone has ever disagreed with them. So what do they do? Learn from this? Try to see their point of view? No. It's all about blaming the other side, making stuff up about the protestors, and being rude and angry when they ask questions, and my personal favorite blame Rush and Fox News. For a party that is suppose to be speaking for "the middle class" (which they won't ever define, because it only exist in the mind of Karl Marx), they sure dont' like to mingle with them.