This is how the organized left operates and they’ve ramped up their efforts this election season to reelect the Community Organizer in Chief.
Via Mount Pleasant Patch:
The Tea Party faithful gathered Saturday for a loud and enthusiastic rally aimed at to getting out the vote on Nov. 6 and putting Republicans Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the White House.
A crowd of around 1,000 grew to about 2,500 at the rally, which took place inside the old Sam’s Club on Regency West Drive.
The list of guest speakers was a Who’s Who of conservative leaders — including local Republican state legislative candidates Pam Stevens and Tom Weatherston; and state Rep. Robin Vos; former Navy SEAL Chris Heben; U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson; Ryan’s brother, Tobin Ryan; former Gov. Tommy Thompson; Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey; and conservative talk show host Vicki McKenna.
Before the event could get under way, though, organizers say a truck affixed with “Obama” stickers drove through the parking lot and dumped quantities of nails.
“We went outside and picked up what we could,” said Lou D’Abbraccio, holding a cup filled with nails. “But this was just wrong.”
The group did call the Racine Police Department to file a report.
The evidence, via Gateway Pundit:
Wisconsin has seen its fair share of political thuggery this election season:
Hat tip: Weasel Zippers
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