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He said: "Our 4,000 fans were constantly shouted down by 20,000 Swedes.
Among the hecklers was one man dressed as a robot, calling himself 'Roboprof', who shouted down Bachmann with a built-in megaphone, The Daily Mail reports.
At one point, Goodacre shouted down the street: "You stamped on my dog's head so I'll stab you.
Many people voiced their concerns long ago about this white elephant but were shouted down as being - 'negative.
Garbutt told the jury that his wife shouted down to him twice as he served in the shop - which he did not tell police during interviews.
The unease felt by many about industrial-scale destruction of the unborn is shouted down by shrill but empty and illogical slogans, and people who should know better have been taken in by them.
Rather than a dialogue being initiated on this matter, it appears to me that you propose that anyone who doubts the necessity for race quotas for public schools be shouted down.
He can't be talking about those reasonable conservatives who shouted down any administration who actually tried to do something about our dependence on oil.
He was shouted down by the liberal-left media for noting that marriage is by its nature discriminatory, not only on the grounds of orientation, but also on those of age, disability (mental), proper bloodline, and religion.
These were shouted down or 'groaned down' by colleagues making their disagreement clear, the MP said.
Malkin believes our safety is being compromised because any common-sense proposal that involves profiling--be it extra-vigilant screening of Middle Eastern passengers at airports, targeted monitoring of visitors with guest visas from countries with terrorist links, or special scrutiny of Muslim chaplains in the armed forces--is shouted down by invoking the specter of internment camps.
While some have implored her not to lip-synch on her 2004 tour, they've been shouted down in chat rooms and on fan sites by others who prefer the fakery.