Controversial Anti-Obama Billboard Now On Bumper Stickers, T-Shirts

A North Texas billboard that garnered national attention for its election message, is expanding from the side of local highway, to highways across the nation. It’s moved off the board to bumper stickers, and even t-shirts, after reports about the ad spread across the internet.

“There was a guy called from Tennessee, one from San Diego, one from Oklahoma,” said Tom Schad, the Gainesville man who originally paid for the ad along I-35.

The sign, inspired by an email, shows two camouflaged, armed men, and references the Navy Seals removal of a threat to America. It then tells viewers to remove another threat in November.

“I’m amazed,” Schad said. “It started out there was no reaction. Then all a sudden it evidently got on Facebook. It got on the Internet. Then it was everywhere. It went viral.”



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