I guess if I agreed with his politics I might not feel the same way, to be honest. But even then, most of our recent national elections have been right around a 50/50 split, give or take, so anytime you start trashing the winner/loser of that election, you're most likely trashing someone that 50% of your audience voted for. To me that's just bad form, no matter what the topic is (it just so happened to be politics at this particular show). I think the same thing when I see a bumper sticker bashing a political candidate. Chances are half the people who see it are going to be people who voted for that person, so what's the point in needlessly offending random people? I think what bothers me the most is that musicians somehow think that we came to their show to do anything but be entertained. Maybe that sounds bad, but just because your music is popular does not make you a philosopher with good ideas. If I went to see a comedian perform and he kept interrupting his routine to sing original songs (that were terrible), would I be out of line to think that he should stick to the premise under which he sold me my ticket? If I went to an NBA game and they stopped play every 5 minutes to have the players paint pictures and do improv comedy, would it be crazy for me to think that they should stick to basketball? I don't think so. That's just my $0.02, to each his own.