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LaRouche PAC Visits Pleasantville

Politicians receive the most scorn.

Two LaRouche PAC members talked about the need for change to members of the Pleasantville community in front of the Post Office this morning.

Margaret Greenspan and Art Murphy, New Jersey residents, said they are members of a national movement to bring sanity to the politicial process. Much of their signage called for the impeachment of President Barack Obama.

jane February 07, 2012 at 06:58 PM
By "literature," you mean fallacy-based propaganda. These people were insane.
Pat Gharet February 07, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Every now and then, these creatures show up at a strip mall on Lee Blvd in Jefferson Valley. I called all of the shops and informed them that I could no longer subject myself and they were losing me as a patron because their landlord allowed this nonsense. I miss JV bagels, but I haven't returned. Strange, but these are probably the same people who questioned the patriotism of those who criticized President Bush.
Christin O. February 08, 2012 at 05:34 AM
They are an affront to any society and human being. Last time they showed Obama with a Hitler mustache on their posters. I voiced my loud disagreement with their "marketing strategy" and because of my German accent they promptly called me a "brown shirt", insulting me and falsely stereotyping me in the process. I don't see them using the offending Obama posters anymore - so far so good. Still, that they get away with this kind of propaganda in this day and age is mind-boggeling to me.

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