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Start your own eligibility billboard campaign

Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 06/14/2009 @ 11:12 pm In Front Page | Comments Disabled

Hundreds have asked for them, now here they are.

Now you can order your own personal yard-sign “billboard” that asks the question on everyone’s mind today – “Where’s the birth certificate?”

Due to the buzz surrounding the billboard campaign hammering on Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility for the presidency, WND has been inundated with requests for yard signs. Now they are in – 28 inches by 22, with a design that mimics the one used in the national billboard campaign.

It works as a yard sign or a rally sign at tea party time.

And there are more yard and rally signs in our new “tea party store” – all ready-made for Independence Day.

 

“I think this is a great way for every American to go over the heads of the corporate establishment media that seems hell-bent on stifling debate in this country,” said Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND and the initiator of the billboard campaign. “Three big media companies – CBS, Clear Channel and Lamar – have all banned our campaign. But no one can stop you from erecting this yard sign on your property or putting a bumper sticker on your car. That’s the way to make this campaign really take off.”

Farah said he doesn’t want anyone to get the idea that the national billboard campaign is over.


“Where’s the Birth Certificate?” billboard near the Santa Ana Freeway in Los Angeles

“We’re just getting started,” he said. “It’s only four weeks old, and there are literally thousands and thousands of billboards available to us to begin renting. We just don’t have the money necessary to grab them. I don’t want anyone to get the wrong idea about these efforts by CBS, Clear Channel and Lamar. They can’t stop us. They don’t control all the billboards. The only thing that can stop us is if people stop contributing to this effort.”

 



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