Red kick, blue kick

"Trial began in New York Tuesday for protester June Brashares [a 40-year-old from San Francisco], accused of kicking a security guard while being ejected from Bush's speech at the Republican National Convention last September in New York," writes Jeralyn Merritt. "Meanwhile, charges still have not been brought against the Republican kicker -- a young Republican supporter caught on video kicking a female protester inside Madison Square Garden as she was lying on the ground being held by three secret service agents. The protesters were arrested. The young Republican was not..." (TalkLeft)

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