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Sunday, October 4, 2009

View From the Road

As posted on Drudge Friday afternoon, this picture is accompanied by this story.

Any empty billboards near you that need a message?


Blogger Santander said...

Aaah, ya gotta love the media.
They talked to "people" who didn't agree with the sign but support free speech.
Then they interviewed "people" who thought it should come down.
Then they talked with "a pastor" who agreed with the sign.

I wonder why they could not have said that some "people" agree with the sign.
I wonder why they single out a pastor as being the nail that is sticking up. I bet those damnable Christian Conservatives are at it again with their anti-Obama messages.
I wonder who and how many of those "people" who disagree with the sign are "pastors". How many have jobs or are earning over the mean wage. I wonder how many of those "people" are educated.

Personally, I love the sign!
I'm glad it is simply being said. I'm tired of people ignoring the huge white elephant in the room.
Oh, sorry, I said "white". Is that racist? It wasn't meant to be.

October 4, 2009 at 12:18 PM  
Blogger pdxr13 said...


Too many messages on one billboard delivers none.

Lefties will say (and I quote): "I'm not sure I understand you". This is the lead to get you to say something discrediting to be mis-quoted later.

Regular people will nod and say "uhh huh." in the somewhat affirmative, not necessarily understanding the background of the too many messages.

Equal Rights for all adults under the law is not racist, but "Affirmative Action", "Black Economic Empowerment", "Hate Crimes" and the like that divides people into advantaged and disadvantaged tribes is.

Mao's message is most clear when a muzzle flash is visible.


October 4, 2009 at 7:36 PM  
Blogger Dan said...

Appreciate the post, saw the hammer and sickle last night as I was driving I-70 back toward home. Unfortunately, that was all that I saw. Thanks for filling in the blanks.

October 5, 2009 at 2:09 AM  
Blogger Carl said...

Pdxr13 is correct about focus. That has been one of the major problems with the TEA Parties. Still, I am glad to live near the sign. It is comforting to know people are willing to invest their hard-earned money to try to get the message out.

October 8, 2009 at 4:18 PM  

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