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…hold your congressional town hall in a children’s hospital to avoid tough questions.

It’s the Democrat human shield strategy at work again. Kenneth Wallis in Little Rock reports on Rep. Vic Snyder’s plan to evade constituent accountability:

Just called Arkansas Children’s Hospital 501-364-1100 to confirm and get details. Vic Snyder will have a townhall meeting at 1pm at the Chairman’s Hall in the Sturgis Building Wednesday 080509. I asked them about the radio announcement stating the meeting was at 2pm. Bonnie from Arkansas Children’s Hospital stated that it was a 2pm and that it has been changed to 1pm. I also confirmed that the event would be open to the public. It has been recommended that people not go to protest in anger due to the fact that there will be ill children and their families at the hospital. Snyder decided to hide in a hosptial when he realized that he would face angry constituents.

Tried and true:

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(Makestickers.com)

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Health care