We probably wouldn't know about this if Fortune writer, Nina Easton, didn't live next door to the BofA Exec who was stormed by the SEIU last week. If this had been Tea Partiers, you know it would have been emblazoned across the front of every newspaper and would have led ever telecast for at least a day or two. But I'm guessing that 99% of you had never seen it until now. I'm a news junkie and I hadn't. So what do you think? Does it cross the line to storm a person's private home with an organized, loud, and threatening protest? And why wasn't this as newsworthy as a Tea Party event?