I don't agree with what he did, it was rude and uncalled for. However, like many, I think his blunt honesty is what made him a political celebrity for the right in this country and believe it or not, the entire political spectrum. Now, I'm not calling for people to take to their podiums and shout at random intervals, but what I'm saying is to me, Wilson represents something America wants and has wanted for some time. Wilson's outburst was of his honest-to-god feelings, something we never get from politicians and love to believe that "our guy" is trying to do. Politics is a game, it always has been. However what this has come to mean in the recent half century is that politicians simply take turns coming up with the most ludicrous promises and wishes in attempts to one up each other and win over the blissfully ignorant hope of the American people who have been led around in the dark for far too long. So in summary, I think Wilson's incident has shown us that Americans want more vocal, honest and somewhat ballsy politicians. Perhaps not Wilson himself as he's far from an ideal candidate, but his example has enraged and brightened people equally. Thoughts?