Updated: Thursday, 27 Aug 2009, 6:57 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 27 Aug 2009, 6:15 PM EDT
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - When a health care opponent got in the face of Congressman
André Carson (D) on Tuesday it looked like a spontaneous
event. Now there is evidence that it was planned.
Gerry's View is a web site maintained by Gerry Mann, the Rotary Club member who confronted Carson during and after a presentation to the club. On the site, Mann encourages others to let their voices be heard by contacting their congressmen.
Most of the commentary is directed at President Obama who, in Gerry's view, is a dictator responsible for tyranny, a Marxist, a crook and a racist who should be impeached.
Congressman Carson said he was unaware of the writings when he was confronted Tuesday.
Meantime, Democratic Congressman Joe Donnelly took the microphone away from a woman who questioned him at a Delphi town hall meeting Wednesday night.
It may or may not be organized opposition. Either way, the congressmen must deal with it.
Said Carson, "These things happen. This is what I signed up
An effort to reach Gerry Mann was unsuccessful. He has posted nothing on his web site about the Tuesday confrontation.
Congressman Baron Hill has called some health care reform opponents "political terrorists" but he is keeping his promise to conduct public town hall meetings.
He has two of them scheduled for next week, one in New Albany
and one in Bloomington.
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