Of course they have a manual for how to deal with undesirables:
To counter any demonstrators who do get in, advance teams are told to create "rally squads" of volunteers with large hand-held signs, placards or banners with "favorable messages." Squads should be placed in strategic locations and "at least one squad should be 'roaming' throughout the perimeter of the event to look for potential problems," the manual says.Come on, how lame is it to bark "USA! USA!" at a few brave protesters. You'd think these Bushfolks could be a tad more creative with their chants.
"These squads should be instructed always to look for demonstrators," it says. "The rally squad's task is to use their signs and banners as shields between the demonstrators and the main press platform. If the demonstrators are yelling, rally squads can begin and lead supportive chants to drown out the protestors (USA!, USA!, USA!). As a last resort, security should remove the demonstrators from the event site."
Actually, the GOP rally squad should try this motivating tactic for the Commander Guy's next public appearance: