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barack obama punching bagIndiana Republicans really want to knock President Barack Obama straight out of the White House.

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Though they have very “tasteful” ways of showing it.

At the Indiana State Fair in Muncie, a punching bag depicting Obama in boxing gear and a Black eye was featured at the Republican tent, WLTX-TV reports.

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The bag shows Obama in in red shorts, boxing gloves and a nice shiner over his left eye.  It was displayed Monday through Wednesday at various times outside of the Republican-sponsored tent at the fairgrounds. Delaware County GOP spokesman Tom Bennington said that the punching bag was “meant to be fun.”

Though not all of his GOP brethren agree.

Brad Oliver, a Republican candidate for Indiana House District 34, said that he and his supporters left the fairgrounds after his request to remove the punching bag was shot down, The Press Star reports.

The punching bag was removed after fairgoers complained about it.

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