Diane Carman in today's Denver Post
reports that the imposter Secret Service agent who ousted the Denver Three from Bush's social security speech gets around. More victims are coming forward
, placing the non-agent at the President's social security meetings in Fargo, N.D., Tuscon, AZ and Portsmouth, NH.
In Portsmouth, Carman writes, two middle-aged women, Carol Shea-Porter and Susan Mayer, were forcibly ejected from a Bush event promoting social security, even though they hadn't said anything or acted inappropriately.
"It was like a drunk being thrown out of a bar," Shea-Porter said. "They tossed us where nobody would have access to us."
The women only recently decided to speak about the incident:
Mayer and Shea-Porter didn't reveal their story until recently. "We don't want our husbands to get fired over this," Shea-Porter said.
"But I got to thinking about it. My father was a lawyer and a very strong Republican, and he always used to tell me, 'If not you, who? If not now, when?"'