Once again we see an Obama/abortion supporter who cannot keep to a civil debate. This time in Wisconsin where Appleton resident Mary Hogland, 83, tried to interrupt a small, private Romney event. When her outburst was vociferously opposed by the Romney supporters that were actually invited to the gathering, Hogland spat in the face of one of the elderly women present.
This gathering was part of a "Wisconsin Women for Mitt" bus tour event featuring Wis. State Senator Alberta Darling and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch who recently beat a recall election mounted by the Badger State's government employee unions.
Hogland interrupted the event questioning the Republican’s opposition to abortion and Planned Parenthood.
The small event, held in Grand Chute, Wisconsin, was by invite only, says Chris Hanson owner of the place where the event was held.
"This is a private business and we invited a small group of clients and friends. Whatever happened to grace and mercy in politics? This isn’t a town hall meeting," Hanson said.
After Hogland assaulted the Romney rally goers, she and another protester were removed from the premises to chants of, "Romney, Romney, Romney!"
Hogland was treated for scratches on her neck by paramedics after she was escorted out of the event.