The question will come up during the RNC, where all the rather ummm… interesting people will be coming from in NYC… WND has the answer:

“WASHINGTON – An anarchist group planning disruptions at next week’s Republican National Convention in New York gets funding from a Ted Turner foundation as well as a foundation chaired by Teresa Heinz Kerry, the wife of the Democratic Party presidential nominee.

The Ruckus Society, besides getting support from the Tides Foundation, a favorite charity destination of Heinz Kerry, as previously reported by WND, has also received a $150,000 grant from the Turner Foundation via the Ecology Center, according to”

Oh, it gets better. These are not just your avergae protestors…

“The Ruckus Society seems to have no compunction about breaking laws when they become inconvenient to ‘the cause,'” reports the website. “John Sellers himself (the founder) has been arrested over 40 times, most notably outside the 2000 Republican National Convention, where he was held on a $1 million bond until the event had concluded.
“While radicals claim that Sellers was railroaded by law enforcement, it’s worth noting that police officers confiscated a variety of weapons from protesters at the scene of Sellers’ arrest, including piano wire and gasoline-soaked rags tied to chains.” 

So, now you know.

Not that any of these have any connection or coordination with Kamp Kerry, mind you.
(yeah, right) I wonder if we can ask John Kerry to disavow such tactics? can John Kerry stand up and say “I don’t want such idiots voting for me”?

No? well, then consider what happened in 1968 as an indication. The tactics of the far left so turned off the voters that the election went in landslide proportions to the Republican nominee.