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Posted at 11:12 AM ET, 03/26/2010

Random bullet struck Cantor's office

By Washington Post editors

Richmond police spokesman James Mercante said Friday that the bullet that hit U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor's campaign office in downtown Richmond early Tuesday was random, Virginia Politics reports.

Cantor announced Thursday at a news conference in Washington that his office had been fired at. Police said a bullet struck a window, landing on the floor about a foot from the window. The round struck with enough force to break the window but did not penetrate the blinds. The bullet triggered an alarm and the police were notified immediately.

By Washington Post editors  | March 26, 2010; 11:12 AM ET
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I don't believe a thing that comes from Eric Kantor's mouth. Honestly, I see him as a liar.

Frankly, I think he staged the bullet incident to: (1) avoid taking ownership of the nasty rhetoric from folks like himself who have whipped "tea-party" types into a frenzy, (2) to gain sympathy (what a coward!), and (3) to score political points against the democrats.

The dude is simply a liar.

Posted by: twilson66 | March 26, 2010 11:34 AM | Report abuse

So we can now expect Mr. Cantor to retract his statement that his offic was shot at, right? Maybe he'll have Lou Dobbs appear with him at the news conference he conducts today.

Posted by: nita3 | March 26, 2010 11:35 AM | Report abuse

SOunds more like a BB than a bullet.

Posted by: mingkeeper | March 26, 2010 11:43 AM | Report abuse

apparently the office that the bullet fell on wasn't identified as Cantor's, and wasn't even in his congressional district. So the Killer Liberals couldn't even have identified it as his. What a liar!

Posted by: watt | March 26, 2010 11:49 AM | Report abuse


Yeah, right...what a crock.

Posted by: JCM-51 | March 26, 2010 11:55 AM | Report abuse

Well at least now it is clear why Rep. Cantor won't release the alleged threats.

twilson66, one can not stage a bullet into the air coming down and striking a location. Even Annie Oakley couldn't have done that. I agree Cantor is full of it, but your indictment rings hollow.

Posted by: lostinthemiddle | March 26, 2010 11:55 AM | Report abuse

Seriously, right-wingers must wake up in the morning, stare into the mirror, and ask, "How can we make even bigger fools of ourselves today than we did yesterday?"

Posted by: steveandshelley | March 26, 2010 11:57 AM | Report abuse

Seriously, is this lying, weasel-faced d-bag still a GOP rising star?

Posted by: LABC | March 26, 2010 12:32 PM | Report abuse

It appears some gun nut was firing randomly in the air. Of course, the bullets really do fall to earth somehere, they don't disappear like in old Western movies. It's so nice that Virginia has lax gun laws and now they're cutting mental health spending in the new budget. You reap what you sow, Cantor.

Posted by: trey | March 26, 2010 12:47 PM | Report abuse

Bullets have no knowledge of intent. There is no way the police can know what the intent of an unidentified shooter was either.

Posted by: pkhenry | March 26, 2010 12:48 PM | Report abuse

Here's what I think happened. The masterminds in the Republican leadership decided somebody had to say something and Eric drew the short straw... so he choked on it for yesterday's press announcement and then bailed as fast as he could because, really, how could he answer questions about this and keep a straight face?

Posted by: isthisajoke | March 26, 2010 12:49 PM | Report abuse

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Someone threw bricks through the republican headquarters' windows, and someone else shot a bullet through the window of the main tea party leader. Must have been those Liberal gun nuts!

The fact that all these "attacks from Liberals" started suddenly says that it's a coordinated scam by the scum to herd their zombie army of stupid people into a civil war. It's like when the Nazis burned down their own headquarters so they could blame it on the Jews.

Obama needs to put the FBI on this and find out who's behind it.

Rove is behind it.

He also needs to investigate the explosion that blew up the airplane the GOP computer guy was flying the night before he was to testify to congress about how Rove had him change thousands of democrat votes in Iowa, stealing the '04 election.

we can expect more of this before '12. Unfortunately Obama is still in his "koombayah" table-of-brotherhood, let-us-reason-together Abraham Lincoln dream, and Pelosi doesn't want to do anything that might make anyone mad at her.

Well guess what, you non-leaders? They're ALREADY mad at you because in '08 we interrupted their plans to install a right-wing military dictatorship--what they call a "permanent majority". And if you don't take your heads out of the sand, you'll find our country under repuglican rule in '12, under martial law in '14, and the election canceled in '16.

Judging from what they ALREADY did (tap *all* of our telephones and have computers read every single email), it will be Orwell's 1984 in less than a decade.

At this point, we should should impeach Obama (the 'uglies will go along with it), then Biden and Pelosi too, so we can FINALLY get Hillary, who'd be next in line as president.

Help us, Clinton-wan Kenobe, you're our only hope.

--faye kane, homeless brain
Read more of my smartmouth opinions at http://tinyurl.com/fayescave

Posted by: Knee_Cheese_Zarathustra | March 26, 2010 12:56 PM | Report abuse

I don't believe a thing that comes from Eric Kantor's mouth. Honestly, I see him as a liar.

Frankly, I think he staged the bullet incident to: (1) avoid taking ownership of the nasty rhetoric from folks like himself who have whipped "tea-party" types into a frenzy, (2) to gain sympathy (what a coward!), and (3) to score political points against the democrats.

The dude is simply a liar.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

I know. Kinda like Clyburn and Lewis were the only ones who heard racial slurs.
Of course they have a history. Calling Hillary and Bill racist so they could get out of a promise to support her for POTUS. When they didn't think Obama had a shot at POTUS they promised they would support Hillary. When the white folks in Iowa made Obama credible they were in a pickle.

Being low life little men they accused the Clintons as racist. Not only did they break their word, they also played the lowest of dirty trick, the race card against them to help Obama too. You know, the way Bush did McCain in the 2000 Primary.

There is not a racist bone in the Clinton's bodies. Clyburn and Lewis know that. Pure low life political thugs. I don't know that much about Kantor, but I know more than I want too about Clyburn and Lewis. Eugene Robinson served as their enabler at that time.

Deny it?


Wonder why they didn't make a fuss when Obama appointed her SOS and started using Bill as an adviser. Explain that.

Posted by: bnw173 | March 26, 2010 1:02 PM | Report abuse

"There is no way the police can know what the intent of an unidentified shooter was either."

Ballistics experts say there is a way. Seems someone just shot upward into the sky.


The Associated Press

Richmond police said in a news release that the bullet had been fired into the air around 1 a.m. Tuesday. It finished its random arc back to earth at a sharp downward trajectory, breaking a window pane on the bottom floor of the two-story brick building where Cantor’s campaign leases the top floor

Posted by: rodneythecat | March 26, 2010 1:03 PM | Report abuse

Now we have confirmation that Eric Cantor is a liar. Further, it was not even a Cantor campaign office, it was the office of a group of consultants who were working on Cantor's reelection campaign.

The whole "I declare I have been gettin' nasty messages left upon my phone and the windows of my campaign office shot out too and I think it is because of all the nasty rhetoric" was a little theatrical, and now we know why--complete and total faslehood. Meanwhile, the Democratic lawmakers and their families are in real danger because of the kooks that the Republicans have been stirring up for a year.

Posted by: Prosperity2008 | March 26, 2010 1:03 PM | Report abuse

A bullet shot through the window from anywhere near ground level--or even from an adjacent building--wouldn't have landed on the floor a few feet from the window and without penetrating the blinds. DUH! The only trajectory that would have that result is a bullet coming from almost straight overhead. That would have to be a shot up in the air that fell errantly, which is why the police came to that conclusion. Even a shot from above locally would have ricocheted around and landed far from the window--or it would have been implanted in the floor because of the force.

Posted by: McKDave | March 26, 2010 1:10 PM | Report abuse

I posted this on Facebook this morning:

"I've received threats since I assumed elected office, not only because of my position, but also because I'm Jewish. I've never blamed anyone in this body for that—period." Eric Cantor. Last time I looked, anti-Jewish, anti-minority, anti-gay violence originated with what we would consider right-wing kooks. Like the ...ones in the panhandle of Idaho or the KKK.

I'm adding this...
I'm a Republican (much older than Cantor) and was hoping he was going to save the party from the nuts. Guess I was wrong.

Posted by: JournProf | March 26, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse

Both an argument for gun conrtol, and fact checking by the media. If a Wingnut says someone shot at him at a politically expedient time, maybe look into the efficacy of the claim more quickly. This claim of someone shooting at his office was bunkum. More accurately, some nutcase discharged a firearm in the air in a public, heavily settled area, and the neighborhood is lucky nobody was standing in the path of the projectile.

Posted by: hiberniantears | March 26, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse

Are there a lot of random bullets in Richmond? The fact that it did go into a Congressman's office certainly is eventful even if it is random.

Posted by: krush01 | March 26, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse

It doesn't matter that it was all a lie Cantor knows that Faux news won't report this and that's the only channel tea-baggers watch.

Posted by: sux123 | March 26, 2010 1:13 PM | Report abuse

It's Virginia. Random shooting everywhere. That's the way people like it there. Yahoo !

Posted by: Towards_Light | March 26, 2010 1:15 PM | Report abuse

How come when the Post was reporting he was shot at, they used a big headline text size and the link was prominently displayed, but now that his statement has been thoroughly debunked, it's a teeny tiny micro-text link?

Posted by: dkp01 | March 26, 2010 1:16 PM | Report abuse

"Me, too" "Me, too" - but not really. And no big article about it all being a lie, is there? Typical of the WaPo.

Posted by: Utahreb | March 26, 2010 1:20 PM | Report abuse

The lie will be what people remember -- not this teensie "clarification," unless the press is willing to call Cantor a liar.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

(Like that'll happen. I crack myself up.)

Posted by: greggrj | March 26, 2010 1:22 PM | Report abuse

pkhenry said: "Bullets have no knowledge of intent. There is no way the police can know what the intent of an unidentified shooter was either."

If the intent of the shooter was to hit Cantor's window on a steep downward trajectory from halfway across town, the police oughta sign him up as a sniper:

"I fired a round into the air
It fell to earth, I know just where.
It broke the window, bounced on the rug
Of some pathetic lil' Repug."

Posted by: laboo | March 26, 2010 1:23 PM | Report abuse

Man, those Democrats are sneaky. How'd they make it look like a random shot, anyway?

Posted by: TomR3 | March 26, 2010 1:28 PM | Report abuse

"At this point, we should should impeach Obama (the 'uglies will go along with it), then Biden and Pelosi too, so we can FINALLY get Hillary, who'd be next in line as president."

Think again. Fourth in line of succession is the president pro tem of the Senate, 93 year old Sen. Robert Byrd of West Virginia. Then they go to the cabinet, and Clinton as SoS is #5.

Posted by: kguy1 | March 26, 2010 1:30 PM | Report abuse

Seriously, did you listen to Cantor's rant?
Basically it was the same tactic as accusing the woman who was raped of committing the crime.
My apologies to women, but it wasn't I who made the asinine excuse.

Posted by: easysoul | March 26, 2010 1:31 PM | Report abuse

Where are all the Washington Post reports on all of the other things that were fabricated?

Shouting the N word at Lewis? DIDN'T HAPPEN

Spitting at Cleaver? DIDN'T HAPPEN (and retracted by Cleaver)

Throwing a rock at Dreihaus' office window? DIDN'T HAPPEN (someone probably should've figured that out when they saw that his office was on the 30th floor of a building)


Maybe Cantor's office wasn't a target, but he didn't know that at the time and at least he didn't make up the fact that a bullet DID hit his office window.


Keep trying liberal hypocrites.

You tried to scare America on this one, but you lost because we are not stupid.

Maybe next time you can make something up about how Republicans want to force sterilization on people.

Oh, wait. That's Rahm Emanuel's brother.

Posted by: etpietro | March 26, 2010 1:36 PM | Report abuse

etpietro, you really need to stop watching Faux News. You neglected Perriello altogether. So you're saying that that was a legitimate attempt? Be fair and balanced. Oh wait, that's a lie, too?

Posted by: Randy_Hawkins | March 26, 2010 1:40 PM | Report abuse

I agree with this comment:

How come when the Post was reporting he was shot at, they used a big headline text size and the link was prominently displayed, but now that his statement has been thoroughly debunked, it's a teeny tiny micro-text link?

Posted by: dkp01 | March 26, 2010 1:16 PM


This is an clear case where Cantor was lying. Isn't that big news? Or is that like a dog bites man story?

Posted by: Renu1 | March 26, 2010 1:42 PM | Report abuse

You can tell it was shot by a librul 'cause they don't know how to handle them guns.

Posted by: thor2 | March 26, 2010 1:46 PM | Report abuse

So somewhere in Richmond, an armed mugger said "give me your money or else," then fired a shot in the air to demonstrate seriousness, bullet comes down randomly (they have to come down somewhere), and Cantor turns it into "my office was targeted and shot at!"

Posted by: hitpoints | March 26, 2010 1:46 PM | Report abuse

Damn! And I thought maybe the next time that person would hit their target! So much for wishful thinking, LOL!!!

Posted by: Beingsensible | March 26, 2010 1:47 PM | Report abuse

"I fired a round into the air
It fell to earth, I know just where.
It broke the window, bounced on the rug
Of some pathetic lil' Repug."

Posted by: laboo
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Post of the day!

Posted by: hitpoints | March 26, 2010 1:48 PM | Report abuse

Cantor took a very serious situation within the ranks of right wing zealots (his base) and tried to water way down by inferring that the liberals are just as bad by shooting into his campaign office in Richmond. My gut told me from the beginning that he was stretching the truth and lo and behold, Cantor did not disappoint. Instead of the Republicans fanning the flames of violent protest, they should act responsible and put out those flames. I know. I must be tripping on acid to believe that would ever happen!

Posted by: jrussell1 | March 26, 2010 1:51 PM | Report abuse

The bullet wasn't staged, but yesterday's Cantor screed was.

Police said from its angle, they could tell the bullet that went through the window, but lacked enough force to even ruffle Venetian blinds, had originally been fired in the air.

Never in human history has anyone before now claimed they were being shot at when the person doing the shooting wasn't pointing the gun at them.

Cantor wasted everyone's time and eroded his already thin moral credibility. He made himself look bad and aroused sympathy for Democrats.

Thus, there is a delicious coincidence here.

Neither the reckless person who shot that bullet, nor Mr. Cantor, hit their intended targets this week.

Posted by: 1EgoNemo | March 26, 2010 1:55 PM | Report abuse

Eric Cantor is full of beans. He knew at the time of his press conference that the police considered the incident unrelated to Mr. Cantor. The bullet was shot up into the air and was not directed at Mr. Cantor's campaign office. If Cantor had any credibility it has disappeared completely.

Posted by: merrylees | March 26, 2010 2:00 PM | Report abuse

This eloquent post just says it all!!!!

= = =

Seriously, right-wingers must wake up in the morning, stare into the mirror, and ask, "How can we make even bigger fools of ourselves today than we did yesterday?"
Posted by: steveandshelley | March 26, 2010 11:57 AM

Posted by: pcc7407 | March 26, 2010 2:05 PM | Report abuse

Eric Cantor once again proves that he's a lying sack of shi*.

Posted by: jeffc6578 | March 26, 2010 2:08 PM | Report abuse

I think very little of Cantor in general. However, I don't know that it's fair to accuse him of lying here. Unless he's omniscient, he presumably was not aware that the bullet was incidental. I also don't doubt his claim that he gets anti-Semitic messages regularly, especially during a period of financial instability, which people tend to blame on Jews.

More to the point, I just don't think it's productive to fixate on this kind of violence. I would hope that conservatives wouldn't judge me by the actions of liberal extremists, and I'm willing to extend the same courtesy to the large majority of conservatives who are perfectly nice, friendly people.

Posted by: jeffwacker | March 26, 2010 2:17 PM | Report abuse

Pleeeease - and I'm sure Clyburn was lying about the racial slurs directed at him, too.

Posted by: millertek | March 26, 2010 2:18 PM | Report abuse

Most rightwingnuts didn't even know that Cantor was Jewish. How else could he have been elected?

Congressional Republican Jewish caucus: Cantor

Congressional Republican Black caucus:

Posted by: koolkat_1960 | March 26, 2010 2:23 PM | Report abuse

trey ~ the North facing windows in L'Enfant Plaza are frequently penetrated by bullets coming from the more street crime oriented parts of DC.

They aren't just random rounds sent on their way by gun nuts.

They are, in fact, rounds that were AIMED at somebody by a criminal ~ but they didn't hit their targets.

Guarantee 99.9999% of the time the shooters are GD Democrats!

Same in Richmond.

Gun laws have nothing whatsoever to do with gunfire by criminals anywhere. After all, they're criminals and they do what they want.

I think that cannibal in the movie referred to such folks as "Free range rude".

We all could do so, but in this case we know they're simply "Rude Democrats".

Posted by: muawiyah | March 26, 2010 2:25 PM | Report abuse

Hmmm...don't you wonder how they determined that?

"What party is he from?" "Republican." "Oh, then it was just a random bullet, nothing intentional."

I hear that the bricks they threw at the GOP office in Virginia are soon also going to be determined "random."

Everything, at the end of the day, is "random."

"How are you feeling today, dude?"

"Random..."

Posted by: ttj1 | March 26, 2010 2:29 PM | Report abuse

Rep. Cantor notes that he has been the target of critics because he is Jewish. Perhaps he should consider the fact that, like Sen. Lieberman, he spends more time defending the lawless acts of Israel than he spends on representing his own district and the interests of the US. Criticism of Israel's apartheid policies reflect on the Jewish people only when sectarian sliver parties are the tail that wags the dog of government as is now happening in Israel. Unfortunately, the US is also suffering from religious extremists as the "intelligent design" folks are in full throat as they rewrite our science and history books.

Posted by: frklynson | March 26, 2010 2:29 PM | Report abuse


The MOST INFURIATING thing is that this creep tried to conflate the phony bullet incident
("because he was Jewish!")

to the real problems, FBI and otherwise, that Americans are facing over extreemist action to the health care bill.

TRIED TO GET HIS JEWISH WHINE MIXED IN, pretending it was related.

Undoubtedly some "middle east" Jewish think tank thinker decided to try to mix the two to the benefit of Israel and zinoists, and chose this AIPAC baby to start the game.

Watch for more, it always happens when America is troubled. And Israel isn't getting much Good PR now days, Dubai and passports and the wars and settlements and Wall Street and all.

But it is beneath contempt, as always.
As is the creepy little Canter.

Posted by: whistling | March 26, 2010 2:34 PM | Report abuse

The people against the reform bill are acting on pure emotion mind and fear.
So, they react badly. Palin is just getting started and do we know what is going to be the result of her speaking at the meeting at Reid's home town?
This can't be good.

Posted by: leslieswearingen | March 26, 2010 2:36 PM | Report abuse

Probably one of his own ignorant, crazed followers.

http://blog.seattlepi.com/seattlepolitics/archives/199166.asp?from=blog_last3

According to this Harris poll, 57% of Republicans think Obama is Muslim, and 45% of them think he wasn't born in this country.

Even Bill O'Reilly, irresponsible demagogue if there ever was one, has admitted that there's nothing to the Birthers' psychotic obsessions. But the rank and file of the GOP? Reality is not of interest to them. That damn Saddam Hussein sure got us good on 9/11, didn't he.

With idiots like this in charge of one of the two main political parties, it's no wonder the world worries about our sanity.

Posted by: B2O2 | March 26, 2010 2:46 PM | Report abuse

I don't despise Cantor for being Jewish; didn't even know it, frankly. Of course, I didn't care one way or the other.

I just despise him for being an idiot.

Posted by: RogerRamjet2 | March 26, 2010 2:48 PM | Report abuse

Yeah Cantor. Those angry liberals with their assault rifles likely shot a bullet through your office window. You're such a joke.

Posted by: am1968 | March 26, 2010 3:02 PM | Report abuse

"I know. Kinda like Clyburn and Lewis were the only ones who heard racial slurs."

Actually, reporters or staff from CNN and Politico both report having heard slurs.

And of course the US Capitol Police actually arrested the guy for spitting. Until Lewis (I think) declined to press charges.

Or are you saying the US Capitol Police officer is lying?

Posted by: Hillman1 | March 26, 2010 3:02 PM | Report abuse

Where are all the Washington Post reports on all of the other things that were fabricated?

Shouting the N word at Lewis? DIDN'T HAPPEN

Spitting at Cleaver? DIDN'T HAPPEN (and retracted by Cleaver)

Throwing a rock at Dreihaus' office window? DIDN'T HAPPEN (someone probably should've figured that out when they saw that his office was on the 30th floor of a building)


Maybe Cantor's office wasn't a target, but he didn't know that at the time and at least he didn't make up the fact that a bullet DID hit his office window.


Keep trying liberal hypocrites.

You tried to scare America on this one, but you lost because we are not stupid.

Maybe next time you can make something up about how Republicans want to force sterilization on people.

Oh, wait. That's Rahm Emanuel's brother.

Posted by: etpietro
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The problem is that it occurred at 1 am in the morning in a building that is not in Cantor's district(7th District) while he represents the 3rd district.
The point is that Cantor made it sound like he was the target which is, in fact, not true until the police says otherwise.

As for the spitting, racial epithit, rock throwing with a note on it, and cutting a gas line at a brother's house after a blogger post the address along with the picture of the house with a note that to "make your feeling known" to which the blogger did not deny posting it. Those thing did happened.

You have been watching Fox New put out propaganda that trivalize it to make you hypocrites like saints. You're not.

Posted by: beeker25 | March 26, 2010 3:09 PM | Report abuse

Maybe KKKantor should visit Afghanistan if he wants to know what being shot at is really like.

Oh wait, he's a Republican. They and their children don't actually go into wars that they start.

Posted by: HillmanDC | March 26, 2010 3:18 PM | Report abuse

Cantor is even more revolting than the slug, demagogue Boner. Both tried to turn it to their advantage by blaming the democrats for making people angry.

A five year old would get spanked for that one.

Posted by: joebanks | March 26, 2010 3:19 PM | Report abuse

I trashed this lying dipstick yesterday for political grandstanding. Now I want to know, where is the apology for manufacturing his nonevent?

Posted by: arkadie7 | March 26, 2010 3:25 PM | Report abuse

Soooo...let me get this straight. In order to deflect attention from the fact that radical opponents of healthcare and are resorting to threats and vandalism, Eric Cantor makes up a story to prove that 'the other side is just as crazy.' (which of course the major media outlets run with immediately). The campaign office wasn't his HQ, wasn't in his district, isn't labeled or in current use, and the building was hit by a stray bullet in Richmond. So to believe Cantor one would have to conclude that, a crazed liberal gunman, who was too lazy to drive to Cantor's own district, did research to find an unused office space in a random building outside his district, but then really didn't want to hit it so they just fired in the air nearby so that it might hopefully graze the building somewhere!.

This line of thinking reminds me of the McCain campaign worker who carved a backwards 'B' in her own face to make it look like evil Obama supporters attacked her. If you rememember, that was right after the McCain campaign was getting attention for the crazy people shouting hateful things at their rallies.

The difference is that the B lady was clearly crazy; Eric Cantor is an elected representative and '2nd in command' in the GOP. What a pathetic jerk!

Posted by: jak2 | March 26, 2010 3:28 PM | Report abuse

Cantor is as sleazy as they get. He epitomizes the repiglican strategy: Lie all the time and make it as big as possible. The media will repeat it. People will believe it. If and when the truth comes out, the media will mainly ignore it, since they don't want to admit they were wrong, and besides, they have to show they are "fair and balanced" (you know, like Faux Noise). In any case, it's the first impression that matters most and there is no penalty for lying, so go for it.
The repigs had this tactic reinforced by the success of the swift-boaters. It was institutionalized as part of the run-up to the invasion of Iraq.
Now it is extended to every issue, from global warming to the health care debate - just make stuff up and the gutless clueless lazy-ass media will just repeat it rather than be seen as "taking sides". As the Post knows, must not lose more market share to Faux Noise.

Posted by: jos587 | March 26, 2010 4:15 PM | Report abuse

Cantor is the very definition of a smarmy politician. Just listen to him for a few minutes. Oily and smug does not begin to describe this son of Virginia. I'm kind of surprised he didn't try to carve a backward "B" on his cheek. Where does the GOP find these guys?

Posted by: osullivanc1 | March 27, 2010 12:11 AM | Report abuse

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