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As With Every Reality in Life; Rally-Goers Should Have to Pay...

Any real-world human being knows clearly that NOTHING IN LIFE IS FREE. This truism should be applied to political rallies, namely those where, as in the past 24 hours, the goal of too many attendees is to cause disruption. In an odd kind of way, it reminds me of my days in the classroom. It only takes a handful of those with poor behavior to ruin an otherwise joyful time.

I'm convinced that the escalating melees at Trump's campaign events are being designed by people in higher-up places wanting to derail any chances of him getting into the White House. To blame him for a person's decision to ACT on what he says, speaks to the character of the person who acts. My opinion is a rebel-rouser only needs an excuse to do what is in his heart to do.

At the end of the day, the person in the driver's seat can decide how the ride will go. No one's asking, but I sincerely believe that Trump should limit all future rallies to people who have a direct link to his campaign, either through financial contributions and/or volunteers, and their friends and family members promoting his cause. Yes, the rallies may be significantly smaller, but authenticity over quantity would make for a safer and more supportive experience. Clearly, it is but for the Grace of God that no one has been seriously injured at these events. I think the Chicago-debacle should be fair-warning, and the reason the 'rules' of attendance be  changed. I dread the thought of how much worse last night's incident might have been had it been the 'dog days of summer.' As always, Mytu Sense...