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Concord, N.H. (CBS Hartford) – The New Hampshire Republican Party is calling on local Democrats to denounce a spray-painted message on their headquarters building, being labeled as “pro-Obamacare graffiti.”
Taking to Twitter, the New Hampshire GOP said the vandalism to their headquarters is an “outrageous” and “shameful” act carried out by “liberal political activists.”
— NHGOP (@NHGOP) October 14, 2013
The message spray painted on the GOP headquarters reads, “WWJD Healthcare For Everyone,” an acronym which likely stands for the popular phrase, “What Would Jesus Do.”
According to the New Hampshire GOP website, the Republican State Committee filed a report with the Concord Police Department regarding the vandalism incident.
“Our building was clearly vandalized by liberal political activists who disagree with our fiscally responsible values. Instead of trying to engage in a serious debate about the issues facing our country, these cowardly extremists decided to spread their liberal agenda by damaging our property,” NHGOP Executive Director Matt Slater, said in a statement on their website. “This type of outrageous and illegal political activism should be condemned by the New Hampshire Democrat Party. They need to send a clear message to liberal activists that their shameful tactics have no place in politics.”
The staff is currently analyzing estimates for the cost to remove the graffiti from the building’s exterior.