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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Bob Etheridge
Congressional Democrats went on a rampage three months ago to paint Tea Party activists as violent extremists, despite zero evidence that the movement's rallies have been anything but peaceful. House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer, Maryland Democrat, took a media tour, somberly informing viewers of CBS' "The Early Show" that, "We've had a lot of serious disagreements on tax bills, on war and peace and other matters, and I haven't seen the level of, frankly, threats or anger or threatening of violent acts that I've seen recently."
A North Carolina congressman has apologized for grabbing a young man who approached him with a video camera and asked if he supports President Obama's agenda.
A congressman from North Carolina is apologizing for his response when two young men approached him with a video camera in Washington and asked whether he supports President Obama's agenda.
Rep. Bob Etheridge, a Democrat, said in a statement that he regrets his reaction.
Mr. Etheridge apologized in a statement and said he regrets his reaction.