Thursday, August 6, 2009

Tampa Town Hall Protesters Not Let In Event For Rep. Kathy Castor - UPDATED

UPDATE: Scroll down:

Organizers filled the event with their own people, the protesters were not allowed in the room - after waiting for 2-3 hours.

One attendee at the Castor town hall meeting asked why some people were not let in to the room. But the congresswoman had already snuck out the back door before she popped the question:

Some of you may be wondering: If Castor only allowed her own supporters into the room, how did the others manage to get in?

A YouTube poster, who attended the event, answers that question:
We were able to get in because the Union people thought we were with them. It was obvoius that Union people, who were brought in from surrounding areas, had reserved front-row seats. We were also given instructions on how to express our support by one of Kathy Castor's goons.

They handed out pro-Obamacare signs to us initially. Then they realized their opposition had "don't tread on me" and various other signs they didn't want in. So they told everyone they weren't allowed signs at all and took our signs back.

They handed out lolly-pops/suckers. They told us to wave lolly-pop/suckers to the "suckers" when they expressed opposition to the health care bill...
And, that would explain how the woman in the video below managed to get into the room and ask the following question:

And, via Gateway Pundit: Over 1,000 St. Louis Tea Party Taxpayers showed up to attend the Russ Carnahan town hall meeting in South St. Louis. They were locked out. But the Carnahah staff was sneaking in SIEU members in the side door marked "handicapped.":

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