Update: Not surprisingly, the Obama Brown Shirts got busy and removed the above video after this story got legs today. But you can see another video here.
Several hundred campaign workers protested outside an Indianapolis Obama campaign office demanding the full pay that’s due to them. The workers became angry and police were called in to control the crowd.
ABC Local Indianapolis Channel 7 reported that some of the workers eventually got paid and others were told that their missing wages would come to them via the mail.
"Basically, they said we wasn't in the system and we didn't get no type of pay or no type of money," said Shawn King, campaign worker.
According to an Obama campaign spokesman, 375 people were last-minute hires a part of the Vote Corps program. The workers were to work three-hour shifts at a time and they each would receive a $30 pre-paid Visa card.
Shortnews reported that eventually the former Obama campaign office began to issue pre-paid Visa cards but many were for the wrong amounts and the underpaid workers were instructed to file a claim form for the missing wages.