Friday, October 05, 2012

Republicans Try to Intimidate Voters With Billboard

It's weird, pre-debate Romney said that Obama was going to lie,  and then he turns around and lies his arse off. Meanwhile, we have republicans accusing democrats of voter fraud, and yet in several republican states, they tried to pass voter suppression laws, but failed. I think we have a theme.
A billboard in an inner-city, predominately African-American neighborhood here, not far from Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's home, reads "Voter Fraud is a Felony."

The billboard ad is sponsored by the Private Family Foundation. It says fraud is punishable by 3 1/2 years in prison, up to a $10,000 fine, and shows a judge's gavel. The Dispatch saw and photographed the billboard while reporting on a future story. Ohio Dispatch
* The story notes that no one knows who the Private Family Foundation is.