Town hall Health care reform proposal dissolved into a shouting match with shoving and scuffles

This meeting was organized by Democratic state Rep. Betty Reed but was to include comments on the proposal by U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, a strong supporter.

Castor tried to speak for nearly 15 minutes but the crowd drowned her out, chanting, “You work for us,” “Tyranny, tyranny,” and “Read the bill.” She ultimately left the meeting early, further angering some attendees.

The problems began when a crowd of around 500, many of them recruited to attend by interest groups both for and against the proposal, sought to enter the meeting room. The room, in the offices of the Hillsborough County Children’s Board on East Palm Avenue, has a capacity of only about 250.

Several hundred people, mostly opponents, wound up outside or packing a hallway leading into the meeting room. Some scuffled with members of the sponsoring groups who manned the doorway.
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2 comments on “Town hall Health care reform proposal dissolved into a shouting match with shoving and scuffles

  1. It seem to be an ok when the liberal code pink and other liberal groups were protesting against the republicans, but now that Americans are protesting against Obama’s socialist programs the Democrats don’t like it! The American people are fed up with Obama and the democrats, we had enough of lying and spending!

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