http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/0...bacle-but-for-a-reason-some-might-not-expect/ i can't stand right-wing mentalities. it's way more obnoxious than the extreme left. you buy a ticket but you don't have a right to fly. lmao. conservatives are top-down asslickers. i wouldn't want to fly next to such a candy ass licker. how the hell does anything change if you follow rules that you don't agree with? Has anything changed in history because people went along with it or because they bucked the system or resisted or didn't 'follow' or 'comply'? what's so disingenuous and fake about all this line of reasoning of 'oh yes, i agree united shouldn't have done this or that BUT he should have followed orders' is no one would know or even be talking about airline policy or what they 'should or shouldn't' have done if he just went along. now we know what they would do, so if that's what they would do, why are these hypocrites faking sympathy when they are essentially condoning what they did. they are saying, if he had just followed orders then he wouldn't have been injured or forcibly removed. the fake sympathy before the 'blow' is just a way to get people to agree with the policy as if it's reasonable. aka 'he brought it on himself', oh no but we don't agree with the mistreatment etc. yes, they do. they are blaming the victim, especially rowe and it's very clear that he is completely by several of his statements and views. some 'tsk tsk' directed at united is an opening ruse and a typical way to get people to listen to you so you 'seem' impartial, fair and not a 'bad' person etc. it's so easy to psychologically manipulate the public because most people are stupid.