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JeffreyWilliamson Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-06-08 01:26 PM
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***LET'S GET TO WORK ON THIS FLAG THING NOW***
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Here's the article from Puke News:

John McCains campaign prepared to accuse Democrats on Saturday of leaving behind 12,000 miniature American flags after Barack Obamas nomination acceptance speech last Thursday in Denver.

Boy Scouts have arrived with 84 trash bags full of bundles of flags at the site of a McCain rally scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. local time in Colorado Springs.

The campaign says the flags were recovered from Invesco Field after the Democrats concluded their convention there, and they are going to be used as part of the warm-up ceremonies before McCain takes the stage for the rally.

FOX News has been told a vendor at Invesco Field found the flags, which were going to be thrown out, and turned them over to the McCain campaign.


Notice anything strange here?

12,000 miniature American flags


84 trash bags full of bundles of flags


a vendor at Invesco Field found the flags


These flags were meant to go somehwere--and not to some dumpster. Did this "vendor" steal them for political purposes?
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