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That’s a new one

You know those people shutting down the democratic process by screaming, instead of debating, at town hall meetings?

You might think that such behavior would turn people off and create a backlash against the tea-baggers. That’s exactly why Democrats are planting the screamers to shout down lawmakers. It’s all an elaborate ruse to demonize the DC-based, industry front groups like Americans for Prosperity.

At least that’s what AFP Director Dallas Woodhouse is now claiming. He told the Greenville Daily Reflector:

The outbursts against Democratic legislators at town hall meetings are being coordinated by the White House through the Democratic National Committee and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, so they can demonize those who speak out against the proposed insurance reforms, Woodhouse said.

Sounds like Woodhouse is even embarrassed by the way his supporters are acting. That’s at least a start.

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