More Teabagger Pussification: Dollar-Bill Tosser Says He's "Sorry", "Scared"

Donation to Local Parkinson's Disease Charity Begins Alleged "Healing Process"; Claims "People Are Hunting For Me"

"Please, don't hurt me!" Chris Reichart of Columbus, Ohio: yet another pussified Teabagger.

Catherine Candinsky reports in the Columbus Dispatch:
The man who berated and tossed dollar bills at a man with Parkinson's disease during a health care protest last week says he is remorseful and scared.

"I snapped. I absolutely snapped and I can't explain it any other way," said Chris Reichert of Victorian Village, in a Dispatch interview.

In his first comments on an incident that went viral across the Internet and was repeatedly played on cable television news shows, Reichert said he is sorry about his confrontation with Robert A. Letcher, 60, of the North Side. Letcher, a former nuclear engineer who suffers from Parkinson's, was verbally attacked as he sat before anti-health care demonstrators in front of Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy's district office last week.

"He's got every right to do what he did and some may say I did too, but what I did was shameful," Reichert said. "I haven't slept since that day."

"I made a donation (to a local Parkinson's disease group) and that starts the healing process."

Earlier this week, Reichert, 40, denied any involvement in a confrontation featured in a Dispatch video that drew an emotional response from viewers across the country.

"I wanted this to go away, but it won't and I'm paying the consequences," Reichert said... >more

Check out our boy in action below; he's the best-dressed guy in the place -- shirt, tie, pressed slacks, cool shades, arrogant attitude: