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August 11, 2009

Union Astroturf in Portland for Town Hall

-Patrick S Lasswell

Just a quick photo essay then I'm off to bed.

Look for the Union Label when you are seeking the finest Astroturf.
Astroturf available from the Union in black or white.
Mostly Union Astroturf For...
Mostly Handmade Against...
Not All Union For, Some Are Outright Communist!
The Horses Were There. Note: The horse is not making an official statement on behalf of the City of Portland.
ONLY One Payer...sounds like "NUR Ein Reich?"
Rob Cornilles is running for Congress against Representative Wu. Best of luck to him, because we need change in D.C.
I"m just saying some people have enough coverage for elective work ...and a fine sculpture she is... She really showed no interest in the festivities, but she probably should...
The Risk Dog was worried because the last time he received public health care, it did not go far as he's concerned. At least his nails grew back, but he knows public care sometimes takes more that it returns.

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