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Vandals trash GOP HQ; senator’s spokesman thinks it’s ‘hilarious’

While the national media was frothing at the mouth to draw attention to tea party “troublemakers” in Washington, D.C., over the weekend, real hooligans were vandalizing the GOP headquarters in New Hampshire in apparent support of Obamacare.

Republican Party officials in the state said the message: “WWJD? Healthcare for Everyone” was found spray painted on the side of the building in Concord on Friday, according to the local CBS affiliate.

A report was filed with the Concord Police Department regarding the incident and the following tweet was posted on Twitter:

In response to the news, Keith McCrea, spokesman for Democratic state Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, called the act ‘hilarious,’ and asked, “Why does the GOP hate Christ?” in tweets he tried to erase. Fortunately, the team at Twitchy doesn’t miss much. They captured the following tweets that prompted McCrea to issue a misspelled apology of sorts.

Screen Shot 2013-10-15 at 12.26.43 PMThe N.H. Republican State Committee released the following message on the vandalism:

Our building was clearly vandalized by liberal political activists who disagree with our fiscally responsible values. Instead of trying to engage in a serious debate about the issues facing our country, these cowardly extremists decided to spread their liberal agenda by damaging our property. This type of outrageous and illegal political activism should be condemned by the New Hampshire Democrat Party. They need to send a clear message to liberal activists that their shameful tactics have no place in politics.

But don’t fault the media for not being aware of the incident, a man was seen holding a Confederate flag outside the White House during protests over the weekend. Protests that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Ted Cruz appeared at.

That this man could have been a plant would be entirely consistent with tactics regularly seen from the far-left, but “journalists” had little time to investigate the man or his motivations. No, they were too busy salivating over associating Palin and Cruz with the flag than to report on liberal activist hooligans.

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Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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