And this video shows the scene immediately outside the Town Hall, where voters came...and were not even addressed by the politicians that supposedly represent them. Some representation, huh? I wonder if the people of the American Revolution would have stood for this treatment by their representatives?
This video shows a victim of the violence of the health care "reformers" and Union thugs. In America. This happened in America. And the coward who is the elected representative of the people of Tampa, Kathy Castor, did not bother to even try to address these people who showed up. Or was it a case of arrogance? Did Kathy Castor feel that she was elected to do the will of the Union thugs, and to ignore other constituencies?
A similar scene took place in St. Louis as well, including preferential seating given to union members and supporters of health care "reform". Observe...
The same You Tube user captured the people who were denied an opportunity to interact with their elected representative breaking into song:
And here is what happened inside the Town Hall in St. Louis, captured in a playlist of videos that will automatically advance. So far 6 videos have been uploaded, and I will add the others to this playlist as they are added:
There were other Town Halls yesterday, though none have received the attention of the two above. Here is a short video by a citizen journalist at the event that was attended by Congressman John Dingel. I think she provided some succinct commentary and observations:
My own Congressman, Heath Shuler, has chickened out of holding real Town Halls, and will be holding a couple of Tele-Town Halls. I'll keep you apprised of when they will be held, and post the audio from them if i am able.
I suppose it must be too hard for him to hold Town Halls in every county of the 11th Congressional District of North Carolina, huh? Especially when he has nearly a month of vacation coming up. So much for Mountain Values.