Condi has blood on her hands and CODEPINK gets the harsh treatment

October 26th, 2007

José Mercader -

Here's what White House press secretary Dana Perino said about CODEPINK's action yesterday afterward:

"I saw a picture from that hearing where a lady in Code Pink with red painted on her hands disrupted the hearing, and I think it's despicable, and, unfortunately, it seems that increasingly Congress is being run by CODEPINK. And we do thank Chairman Lantos for trying to restore order to that hearing."  More...

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