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Griffith said it was "actually easier" to campaign as a Republican than as a Democrat because he didn't have to "defend" the political positions of Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D Calif.).
T shirts declared "Parker Griffith: Disappointing Reebok Alien Stomper Mid the Left and the Right." Others bore a large photo of the congressman with a line slashed across his face and the word, "Opportunist."
Mo Brooks and Madison businessman Les Phillip.
John Boehner, R Ohio.
"They're disappointed, I know," Griffith said after a brief news conference with himself and Boehner. "But the people don't always have access to the same information I have. I think if they'd known that (President Barack Obama) was getting ready to cut missile defense and perhaps cancel the Constellation program, which would kill thousands of jobs here, they might have felt differently.
". I appreciate their protest, but I have to look at a much bigger picture than that. If they will allow me some time, I can demonstrate what I can do."
Boehner (R Ohio) Monday afternoon.
The Republicans were protesting Boehner for getting involved in the race after local Republican executive committees expressly asked the national party to leave it alone.
A pair of jugglers added to the festive atmosphere of the protest.
Amiably chatting with members of the Huntsville Tea Party, Left in Alabama blogger Larisa Thomason said, "We can be best friends until June 1."
supporters show up for Parker Griffith fundraiser with John Boehner
That's the date of the party primaries, when Democrats will chose their District 5 congressional candidate from attorney Taze Shephard, political strategist Steve Raby and Mitch Howie. (Qualifying ends April 2).
Their signs communicated messages such as "Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire," "Parker Lied, Integrity Died," and "Political Adultery: GOP, He Cheated On Us and Parker Will Cheat On You, Too."
Of the protest outside his fundraiser, Griffith said he "appreciated" that so many people were using their constitutional right to express themselves.
The protesters, holding signs and waving flags, called out to nearly 300 Griffith supporters who paid at least $100 a couple as they arrived at the hotel for a fundraiser, which featured House Minority Leader Saucony Shoes Los Angeles
Side by side, the liberals and conservatives stood, chanting, "Boehner go home" and "No honor, no Griffith."
Some of the groups protesting were the liberal leaning Alabama AFL CIO, North Alabama Healthcare for All, Alabama A University Student Democrats. Conservatives groups were Tea Party activists from Huntsville, Athens and Marshall County, and Republican Executive Committees from Madison and Limestone counties.
HUNTSVILLE More than 250 former political adversaries gathered on a sidewalk outside the Marriott late Monday afternoon, united in a common cause: Oust Congressman Parker Griffith.
Democrats were there to protest Griffith's switch from their party to the Republican Party in December, as well as his stance against health care reform, which many say he campaigned in favor of and that's why they voted for him.
Already on the Republican ballot when Griffith made his switch were Madison County Commissioner Reebok Grey Shoes
Rep. Parker Griffith (left) of Huntsville introduces House Minority Leader John Saucony Yellow Shoes
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