Gosh, from your headline a reader may have thought this took place AT the RNC Convention. But that most certainly could not have been the writer's intention, could it?
I just don't understand why "gay rights" has become such a contentious political talking point. What's the deal? Shouldn't we just treat each other with respect and move on to bigger issues like the dwindling middle class and increasing poverty in the US as our "bib business" political parties do nothing to stave off the out-sourcing of America?
When we all go to vote for president on November 8th no one is going to remember this incident, and the very few that do will not care. I dare say this country is facing far more important issues than this...
OMG! A rock and roll singer or entertainer criticizing Republicans and conservatives. Unexpected news! Stop the presses!
So the way I understand, this event had nothing to do with the RNC convention other than the time it took place. I enjoy figuring out how some so called "journalists" attempt to take two completely unrelated pieces and try to meld them together.
Wow the country is so angry and divided. I hope we get through this and come together.
This is pretty funny actually.
The article 'lost me' when it called Third Eye Blind, as a Rock band!
Has the world forgot that tolerance means to agree to disagree?
I'm conservative - the band just like any other entertainer can say whatever they want. Fans need to decide if they want to continue to spend their $ on the bands "art". What would have #$%$ me off is them not playing their hits. I hate when that happens
The rock band Third Eye Blind frustrated some guests at a charity concert held during the Republican National Convention ...
So a charity concert was going on, as was the convention? Wouldn't the charity that put on the benefit be the biggest losers in all this?
Pess off the people that make up the charitable donations, and the entire event could be a bust.