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Ron Paul Supporter Disrupts Obama Rally

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Before the bus even pulled up to the Statehouse, Charles Pewitt, an independent activist who supported Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul in the New Hampshire First-in-the-Nation primary, crashed the event, asking those teachers why they were supporting a president who was allowing third-world immigrants to "flood America" harming the education of native born children by diluting available funds.

At first, most of the attendees ignored the questions from Pewitt. But a few minutes in, a number of teachers said they supported open immigration policies because it made New Hampshire's schools "more diverse."

This article has been corrected regarding the spelling of Charles Pewitt's name.

Read the whole story at Concord Patch

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