"Buried deep in yesterday's Washington Post article about presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney being heckled during a visit to an inner-city school in Philadelphia, is the extraordinary news that a portion of those hecklers were organized by the Obama campaign:
"'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."'"'Madaline G. Dunn, 78, who said she has lived here for 50 years and volunteers at the school, said she is "personally offended" that Romney would visit her neighborhood.'“'"It’s not appreciated here," she said. "It is absolutely denigrating for him to come in here and speak his garbage."'"'Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter (D) addressed protesters and the media, quipping that Romney "suddenly somehow found West Philadelphia."'
"I'm not sure which is more offensive: the President of the United States community organizing private citizens to artificially undermine an opponent's visit to an inner-city school with Occupy Wall Street sloganeering, or the Washington Post' s Philip Rucker not only burying this news but also allowing themselves to be willingly duped into covering the story in theway the Obama campaign desired.It probably would have happened anyway, but the Romney campaign cannot legitimately complain about "occupy-style" protests when similar efforts have been a clear part of the Romney campaign style since January.