Martin Wiscol

Orange County Register

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Politics Editor for the Orange County Register

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The Republican Party of Orange County is in an uproar over the picture of a family of chimpanzees with a portrait of President Barack Obama superimposed on one of their faces.

Doctored Chimp Photo Pits Birthers against OC GOP Establishment

The Republican Party of Orange County is in an uproar over the picture of a family of chimpanzees with a portrait of President Barack Obama superimposed on one of their faces.

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