Aug 08, 2015

Boulder County Republicans set up bean bag toss with Obama 'caricature' - Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder County Republicans have set up a bean bag toss game at the Boulder County Fair where players can "knock" President Barack Obama out of office and a party member said it isn't meant to be offensive.

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