The complete lack of class of left-wing radicals is overwhelming somtimes. Just look at what happened during Paul Ryan's event in Des Moines, Iowa. Not only did he face the standard crude hecklers, but several actually tried to rush the stage and were arrested.
As noted at BuzzFeed.com, when giving his stump speech, Ryan was then hit with a barrage of yelling: "stop the war on the poor" -- "stop the war on the middle class" -- "stop the war on the common good."
Ryan had barely begun speaking when a woman shouted, "Are you going to cut Medicare?"
Two women rushed the stage, and one was apparently arrested by three Iowa State Patrolmen after getting on stage with a banner.
"Woah...hey...alright...she must not be from Iowa," said a rattled Ryan as the woman got on stage and grabbed by police.
The officers bounded out from behind the stage to pull her down, saying "She just punched a volunteer."
Ryan continued to deliver his stump speech over shouts of "stop the war on the poor" "stop the war on the middle class" and "stop the war on the common good," with those heckles at times drowned out by chants of "U-S-A."
"We're used to this in Wisconsin," the candidate remarked, a reference to tumultuous protests at the State Capitol over collective bargaining, and the state's contentious recall election.