Conscientious Objector in Harry Reid’s Ranks?

From David Almasi:

It turns out one of the protestors arrested for disrupting President Bush’s inaugural address was a staffer for Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.

It’s interesting the lack of attention this incident seems to be receiving considering that The Washington Post could find the time this week to research the current employment of Bush activists involved in the 2000 Florida recount.

What’s interesting to me is that Reid staffer/protester Nathan Ackerman held up a banner reading “no war,” yet he works in Reid’s “war room” to combat the majority agenda in the Senate.

Was Nathan making a statement to Bush or to his boss?

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