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Big-name Dems turn out for Deutch

by George Bennett | March 14th, 2012

Sam Oser of Century Village of West Palm Beach.

Democratic congressional primary rivals Lois Frankel and Kristin Jacobs found common ground at the Kings Point Shopping Center in West Delray this afternoon. They were part of a star-studded crowd of Dems paying tribute to U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, at his 2012 campaign kickoff.

U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Miramar, County Commissioner Burt Aaronson and Sheriff Ric Bradshaw were also there to show support for Deutch. County Democratic Chairman Mark Alan Siegel and Wellington Mayor-elect Bob Margolis were also part of a crowd of about 100 that overflowed a county Democratic Party storefront office.

While the event was for Deutch, the star of the show might have been Sam Oser, the Century Village of West Palm Beach Democratic activist who is celebrating his 86th birthday today. After the crowd sang Happy Birthday, Oser used the opportunity to give an impassioned speech, augmented by hand gestures, on the need to protect Israel from the threat of a nuclear Iran.

3 Responses to “Big-name Dems turn out for Deutch”

  1. Early birds Says:

    Who paid for the food? Give them food and they will vote.

    Pigeons for Democrats

  2. Same Ole, Same Ole Says:


    How would you like to have the job these guys have — to develop strategies to obfuscate and misdirect attention from your failed leadership?

    Not only them of course but the equally corrupt big-government RINO’s with the same basic flaws they shall need to try and hide.

  3. Howard k Says:

    Wow..was the FBI there too?

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