Ray Lytle

This guy picked the wrong do to seek attention
This guy picked the wrong do to seek attention

Many people driving through downtown Springfield on Monday were asking out loud “what the hell is that guy doing”?

The guy was a man who was wanting to make a statement about his dislike of Circumcision. I am guessing that’s what he wanted because of his sign and his blotchy red paint over his crotch. I am not sure if he was mad that he had gotten one or if he was mad that others get them. I am not clear on anything other than the fact that he looked ridiculous and he wanted everyone to notice him. I am not sure his timing was all there though.

1383903_10202315338752799_1945348771_nLet’s face it if you wanted to pick a day to scream and yell and try to make a political statement and not have anyone care Monday was the day to do it.

With a Government shut down looming, and Obamacare exchanges opening, nobody really cared what he was complaining about.

He was really trying though. He was standing in front of the Capitol. He was standing in the street. He was standing in front of the Presidential library and still nobody cared.

He did make for a helluva picture though

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