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- noun One who attends a
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John McCain and Sarah Palin are as guilty as any rallygoer of theirs who shouts "Kill Him!" at the mention of Obama's name.
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She gleefully rails at rallies that he is "palling around with terrorists" (to which a rallygoer yelled out "kill him!"), she claims Obama is un-American for saying that our troops in Afghanistan are "air-raiding villages and killing civilians" (to which a man in the crowd shouted "Treason!")
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He was part of what was then called the Silent Majority, but he was not a rallygoer, and I doubt he would have been enthused about Beck's rally.
"They said the banks were too big to fail," said rallygoer Keya Alvarez from the Alliance to Develop Power.
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