Wisconsin duo sue city over anti-Obama banner ban – Washington Times

Wisconsin duo sue city over anti-Obama banner ban - Washington Times

A pair of Wisconsin men who used a footbridge as a platform for criticizing President Obama are suing a small town that banned anyone from displaying signs and flags on overpasses, arguing it’s a direct attempt to quash their right to free speech.

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2 Responses to Wisconsin duo sue city over anti-Obama banner ban – Washington Times

  1. wh says:

    Just by reading the headline of the article. I knew right away it would be a matter of public safety. They consider reading something on an overpass is a distraction. Therefore, it brings to mind. If this creates a problem then every billboard on the roadsides should be removed and some billboards are high-tech with videos that can also distract a driver

  2. Lou says:

    Coming to a theater near you: “WHITE HOUSE-GROWN TERRORISTS” starring Obaba Black Sheep (pulling the wool over our eyes) and Eric Wholedirt (always being backed up by Obaba). Surprise ending when they disappear ! (Reviewers are invited to Google “Revealed: The Destroyer of Obama’s Tyranny.”)

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