Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Meeting the Challenge of Town Hall Meetings

Three people were hustled out of President Bush's Denver town hall meeting on Social Security because a GOP volunteer didn't like the bumper sticker on their car. The sticker read "No Blood for Oil."

People at the town hall meetings are carefully screened so there won't be questions critical of the President's message. And in Fargo, North Dakota earlier this year, around 40 people were put on a black list and kept out. (WashPost)

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