The debate over health care might be heated across the nation, but leave it to Miamians to turn it violent.
"It was totally uncalled for. The guy may have had words with him, but he didn't have to hit him in the face," Wilhelmina Ford (who either just happens to share names with two modeling agencies or has a knack for crafting fake names when talking to the press) told NP.
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