Car Dealership Billboard Links Obama With Jihadist
How fast will the Secret Service or FBI get to Wheat Ridge, Colorado to investigate? Will Phil Wolf be sharing a cell with Dr. Manning? Will car sales go up, stay the same, or plummet? Is this a sign of the deep discontent within the US, or it is a sign of suspicions that Obama isn’t who he says he is? What do you think the message is from looking at the sign? Is Mr. Wolf expressing his right to Freedom of Speech?
Moveon.org and Progressnow, liberal vitriolic hate spreaders, are the ones that are setting up a boycott against Mr. Wolf’s dealerships. Hypocrisy at its finest.
People will see this differently. Do you support or condone this type advertising?
Liberal Groups Call Billboard Racist, Plan Boycott
WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. — A billboard showing President Barack Obama wearing a turban has sparked a lot of attention at the Wheat Ridge used car dealership that put it up
The billboard shows a cartoonish Obama grinning, wearing a turban and says, “PRESIDENT or JIHAD?”
Underneath the president’s image is a big yellow square with the phrase, “BIRTH CERTIFICATE” in red letters and then “PROVE IT!”
“WAKE UP AMERICA! REMEMBER FT. HOOD!” appear on the bottom. The ad belongs to the Wolf Automotive car dealership and is visible from Interstate 70.
Dealership owner Phil Wolf said putting the sign up was an act of patriotism.
“I’m just passionate about America,” said Wolf, a member of the “birther” movement, which questions Mr. Obama’s birth place. “I’m asking a question,” he added. “What is he? I don’t think he’s an American, so what is he?”
Wolf said he does not believe the billboard is racist, but conservatives and liberals are calling for Wolf to take the sign down.
The left-leaning advocacy group MoveOn.org and ProgressNow Colorado called the billboard racist and vowed to boycott businesses owned by Wolf Automotive Group until the billboard is removed.
The Wolf Automotive Group has four dealerships located in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana.
Anti-Obama billboard stirs controversy
November 20, 2009