If Sharron Angle thought a forum hosted by Christian groups would provide her with a friendly audience, she was wrong.
The Republican U.S. Senate candidate got booed, heckled, mocked and interrupted during an hour-long question-and-answer session at Faith Lutheran Jr./Sr. High School in Las Vegas.
And that was the good news. A fist fight broke out when Reid’s supporters started to leave in the middle of an Angle response:
Harry pre-taped his answers to the debate questions (he was in D.C. where Congress was in session), but he still got heckles and hisses… in absentia.
Sharron Angle handled the negativity with her usual skill and poise:
But Angle looked nervous and flustered by the rowdy crowd. She stumbled on her words and looked down at the stage.
As Angle was leaving, she completely ignored a woman’s question about her mocking maternity coverage and health care for those with autism.
True to form.
It must be difficult to respond to a legitimate question when you are completely in the wrong and realize you’d only embarrass yourself.