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Political Action Committee Stages Protest in Bismarck

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Not everyone is happy with what the president has to say--however.

A small protest against the President causes quite the commotion outside of a Bismarck gas station.

Two members of a political action committee are in Bismarck today protesting President Obama's policy.

They're here to collect signatures from people who want to remove him from office.

Tony Esposito says President Obama is a threat to national security and should be impeached.

While some people driving by seemed offended by this display, others honked their horns in support.

Nat: "Where do I sign?" "This week and next week we have delegations from all over the country converging on Washington, D.C. to walk the halls of congress and in many cases talk directly to senators and congressmen to urge them to save America from the destruction that Obama and his economic bankers are going to wreak on this country unless we move very quickly," says Tony Esposito, Organizer of LaRouche Political Action Committee.

Esposito and the other PAC member are from Philadelphia.

Red Carpet Carwash Convenience store managers say dozens of customers complained inside the store about the protest, but it was not on their property--it was on a public sidewalk.

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