New Era Of Civility: Democrat Spits On Romney Supporter


Using Democrat language, this is an indictment on the entire Democrat Party, showing that all Democrats are mean and filthy

(Post Crescent) A bus tour event on behalf of Mitt Romney turned ugly Friday afternoon when a protester interrupted a rally and spit in a supporter’s face.

The event featured Wisconsin state Sen. Alberta Darling and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.

During Darling’s remarks, the protester, Mary Hoglund, 83, of Appleton, interrupted the event to ask about Republican opposition to Planned Parenthood.

A local Romney supporter began arguing with Hoglund, who then spit in her face. Hoglund was escorted out, and received medical attention for a scratch she received on her neck.

Of course, the people being rude (certainly Obama supporters who want their free money) claim that others were being mean.

Right Scoop features video, and, based on that video, I wonder if this is the same Mary Hoglund (if not, my apologies, but, sure looks the same). For other activities we get

UW-Oshkosh Theatre, Barack Obama, I Stand with the Bad River Tribe, Tammy Baldwin, Schoenbohm: Real Representation for the 56th, BuzzFlash.com, PETITION: Tell Republican Leaders to Denounce Rush Limbaugh, VIDEO: UC Davis police pepper spray peaceful students

Her wall shows dislike of the Boy Scouts because they do not allow gays, dislike of Scott Walker, wanting to impeach Justice Thomas, a big supporter of far left Wisconsin politician Tammy Baldwin, more hatred of Scott Walker.

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