The Washington Post reports that some "hecklers" disrupted Mitt Romney visit to Philadelphia on Thursday.
Several paragraphs down, we learn more about these protestors:
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Outside, meanwhile, some brick row houses across from the school were boarded up. Police had cordoned off a full city block to protect Romney and his entourage. Residents, some of them organized by Obama’s campaign, stood on their porches and gathered at a sidewalk corner to shout angrily at Romney. Some held signs saying, "We are the 99%." One man’s placard trumpeted an often-referenced Romney gaffe: "I am not concerned about the very poor."
Obama, meanwhile, attended a number of campaign events on Thursday, including one at a wind turbine manufacturing plant in Iowa, where he urged Congress to continue to subsidize an industry notorious for decapitating endangered birds like the bald eagle.