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Skip to comments.Pile Of Manure Dumped On An Ohio Democratic Headquarters
Posted on 10/12/2012 10:06:00 AM PDT by Neil E. Wright
Warren County, Ohio (CBS CLEVELAND) A pile of political pranking was dumped on an Ohio Democratic headquarters early Tuesday morning.
Volunteers at the Warren County Democratic headquarters, just north of Cincinnati, were shocked and disappointed by a political prank unloaded on them early Tuesday morning someone dumped a pile of horse manure in the parking lot of the headquarters building on US 42, just north of Lebanon.
Warren County Democratic chair Beth Goldenfield told CBS Local 12 news that the pile was dumped in the parking lot, blocking the entrance to the building, sometime between 10 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Tuesday.
A report was filed by the party with the Warren County sheriffs department. Goldenfield says no one has claimed responsibility for the prank.
(Excerpt) Read more at cleveland.cbslocal.com ...
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Wasn’t dumped. The clean out crew left it there.
Someone provided them with some 100% organic fertilizer. They should be thanking Gaia for the kindness of the republicans.
looks like they’re getting ready to plant some bushes!
Didn’t something happen like this last election and it turned out to be their own staffer doing it to stir controversy? I remember something along those lines.
Planting doubt ???
Growing scorn ???
Spreading uncertainty ???
The only thing more appropriate would have been if donkey dung and been substituted for horse manure! Or ... maybe elephant excrement.
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