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Oh the horror. Probably a union thug trying to denigrate the teapartiers.

So, granted that a Colorado storefront isn't as grand an edifice as the Reichstag. But it's a start, ok? Fake, but accurate!

I'm not sure about his being a union thug, KansasGirl. He looks more "Flaming College Moonbat" to me. You can bet that this story will never see the light of day if he's proven to be a local DEM activist. I'm wondering who the second perp was???? Was he a minor? Is that the reason they're not releasing the name?

LOL Uh, Clem. It's getting to the point where I wouldn't put anything past the National Socialist DEMS - including a 'PURGE'!

Lots of folks wearing their tinfoil hats post here, I see.

Projection can be a terrible thing, Cap. Thousands have suffered from the disease over the last eight years or more, and it's not a pretty sight. Symptoms include "health rights" fantasies and similar, increasingly irrational urges to spend other peoples' money for "social good" and similar expressions of morbid progressivism. Many sufferers eventually present the worst aspects of acute Bush/Palin Derangement Syndrome. Don't be ashamed to ask for help...

Time will tell, thecap. Care to make a bet that this guy is a moonbat? Come on.

(And you really should think about taking Mr. Uh, Clem's words of wisdom to heart. Seek help. You don't have to live this way. Your new friend - Dinah)

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