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Anti-Obama protestors in Tamaqua

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published September 01. 2010 05:00PM

Two anti-Obama protestors from Philadelphia were met with mixed emotions from passersby Monday after they set up an anti-Obama stand arguing the president's political views outside the Tamaqua Post Office on East Broad Street. Protestors Ryan Milton and Donald Mallory are part of a LaRouche Political Action Committee which is organizing a grass-roots movement to impeach President Obama from office. During their protest passersby could be heard beeping their horns in support of the protestors, while other drivers and passersby opted to vocalize their support for President Obama. The protestors placed large signs with the words "Stop Obama, Stop Here" at both sides of the sidewalk of the Post Office. They were also approached by a Tamaqua Post Office employee who told them they were impeding their business with these large signs, as the signs are cumbersome and misleading to everyday foot traffic to the Post Office.

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