Dan Thompson, 51, of Canton, Mich., center, speaks out against health care reform and yells at others during Congressman John  Dingell's town hall meeting in Romulus, Mich.
Dan Thompson, 51, of Canton, Mich., center, speaks out against health care reform and yells at others during Congressman John Dingell's town hall meeting in Romulus, Mich.
Dan Thompson, 51, of Canton, Mich., center, speaks out against health care reform and yells at others during Congressman John Dingell's town hall meeting in Romulus, Mich.

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