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The [[slang]] '''Knuckle-heads''' is a term for a group of rowdy troublemakers, also known as hooligans, [[anarchists]] or hoodlums.
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'''Knuckle-heads''' is a [[slang]] term for a group of rowdy troublemakers, also known as hooligans, [[anarchists]] or hoodlums.
  
==GOP Convention==
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==Politics and hate==
As reported on Fox News, a group of [[protesters]] came toward the delegation and tried to rip the credentials off their necks and sprayed them with a toxic substance that burned their eyes and stained their clothes, delegate Rob Simmons told KMSP-TV.
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As reported on FOX News, a group of [[liberal|moronic]] [[protest]]ers came toward the delegation and tried to rip the credentials off their necks and sprayed them with a toxic substance that burned their eyes and stained their clothes, delegate Rob Simmons told KMSP-TV.
  
 
One 80-year-old member of the delegation had to be treated for injuries, and several other delegates had to rinse their eyes and clothing, the station reported.
 
One 80-year-old member of the delegation had to be treated for injuries, and several other delegates had to rinse their eyes and clothing, the station reported.
  
“These ''knuckle-heads'' crossed the line,” Christopher Healy, head of the Connecticut State [[Republican Party]], told FOX News.com. “We’re for free speech, not free bleach. We respect their right to protest, but do it civilly. Pushing, shoving, spitting, throwing harmful chemicals — it’s not the American way.”
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“These ''knuckle-heads'' crossed the line,” Christopher Healy, head of the Connecticut State [[Republican Party]], told [[FOX News]]. “We’re for free speech, not free bleach. We respect their right to protest, but do it civilly. Pushing, shoving, spitting, throwing harmful chemicals — it’s not the American way.”
 
<ref>[http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/09/01/anti-war-protest-at-gop-convention-turns-violent/ Anti-War Protest at GOP Convention Turns Violent] Fox News, Septemeber 1, 2008</ref>
 
<ref>[http://elections.foxnews.com/2008/09/01/anti-war-protest-at-gop-convention-turns-violent/ Anti-War Protest at GOP Convention Turns Violent] Fox News, Septemeber 1, 2008</ref>
  
==Also see==
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==See also==
*[[Liberals]]
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*[[Liberal stupidity]]
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*[[Barack Hussein Obama]]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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Latest revision as of 02:04, 27 June 2016

Knuckle-heads is a slang term for a group of rowdy troublemakers, also known as hooligans, anarchists or hoodlums.

Politics and hate

As reported on FOX News, a group of moronic protesters came toward the delegation and tried to rip the credentials off their necks and sprayed them with a toxic substance that burned their eyes and stained their clothes, delegate Rob Simmons told KMSP-TV.

One 80-year-old member of the delegation had to be treated for injuries, and several other delegates had to rinse their eyes and clothing, the station reported.

“These knuckle-heads crossed the line,” Christopher Healy, head of the Connecticut State Republican Party, told FOX News. “We’re for free speech, not free bleach. We respect their right to protest, but do it civilly. Pushing, shoving, spitting, throwing harmful chemicals — it’s not the American way.” [1]

See also

References

  1. Anti-War Protest at GOP Convention Turns Violent Fox News, Septemeber 1, 2008