Billboard Compares Pres. Obama to James Holmes

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  • The controversial image comparing President Barack Obama to accused Colorado gunman James Holmes that has been circulating steadily through social media outlets, such as Facebook and Twitter, has exploded into the national conscience in a huge way.

    Making it’s explosive debut on an Idaho billboard, the viral image is drawing the same kind of polarizing feedback that it has online, reports NBCNews.com.

    “Offensive.” “Abhorrent.” “Pathetic.” These are all words that residents of Caldwell, Idaho are using to describe the billboard. It’s creators, The Ralph Smeed Foundation, are known for utilizing that space for anti-Obama messages, but this time, even their supporters say this may be taking things too far.

    Read more at NewsOne.

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    3 thoughts on “Billboard Compares Pres. Obama to James Holmes

    1. This is starting to look like a not so instant replay. It was during the off season election campaigns when images like this against the President turned up on billboards. Irony: the depiction of President Obama as the “Joker” and James Holmes billing himself as the joker courtesy of a Batman movie or comic book. James Holmes won’t be getting any Nobel Peace Prize and his actions were despicable not admirable.

    2. They are very afraid, and they should, because if they have to resort to this type of propaganda in order to try to win, then do we really want these type of leaders to be in control in our country?????

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