According to the Democrat Party Chairwoman Pat Waak, it was caused by the "hate" from the "other side".
InterestingEleven windows at the Colorado Democratic Party headquarters on Santa Fe Drive were shattered early this morning in a vandalism spree that party Chairwoman Pat Waak blamed on animosity surrounding the health care debate.
Sometime before 3 a.m. a vandal apparently used a hammer to smash the picture windows, which were emblazoned with posters touting President Barack Obama and the Democratic position on healthcare reform.
The other storefronts surrounding the building on 8th Avenue and Santa Fe Drive in downtown’s art district escaped unscathed. But the Democratic posters are scuffed from hammer blows, Waak said.
“We ought to be having a serious, conscientious debate about what’s best for the country,” Waak said. “Clearly there’s been an effort on the other side to stir up hate. I think this is the consequence of it.” She estimates the damage at $11,000 and believes police have a suspect in custody. The Denver Police Department could not be reached immediately for comment.
But according to police, it was a 24 year old far lefty Obamacare supporter trying to hoax a "hate" act that could be blamed on the right.
Denver police say an officer spotted two men using hammers to break the windows Monday night. When he approached, they took off on bicycles. One suspected identified as 24-year-old Maurice Schwenkler (shown here) was arrested.
Records with the Secretary of State's office show that a Maurice Scwenkler was paid to go door to door in a Colorado House district in 2008 by the Colorado Citizens Coalition. That's a 527 organization that spent money on behalf of mostly democratic candiates. That organization got hefty contributions form a variety of sources including $210,000 from the Colorado Education Association.
http://www.850koa.com/cc-common/news...rticle=5924195Who are the CCC?While Schwenkler does not appear in the state’s voter registration database, a person by that name in November 2008 received $500 from a political 527 committee called Colorado Citizens Coalition for “communications,” according to campaign finance disclosures.
The accountant for the 527 appears to be the same woman who handles the books for many other Democratic-leaning political committees.
They are associated with (wait for it...) the SEIU