“The Choice Is Clear” Billboard Stops Traffic in Michigan

This photo was taken at the intersection of M-40 near Saugatuck, Michigan.

And the Ottawa County Patriots from Western Michigan are selling bumper stickers too.
Hat Tip Whitey

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  • Patty

    Obama has Bankrupted America.

    Romney has Successful created Businesses and the Salt Lake City, Utah Winter Olympics.

    Your vote is for Capitalism or Socialism.

    Failure or Success, you choice.

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  • jrterrier5

    that says it all, doesn’t it?

  • Bill Mitchell

    Great ad. I hope we see that all over the country.

    And all Team Obama has is, “Romney is a liar!”

    New poll out shows Romney jumping 8 points in CO.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    that the kind of ad the RNC would never do.

  • Paula

    Way to go fo my home state of Michigan.Go Romney Michigan only choice,Rember george Romney

  • Patty

    Speaking of ads and billboards, here’s one for you.


    Obama campaign denies anti-Mormon message aimed at Catholics

    The Catholic Association is taking to task a pro-Obama group for an “incredibly intolerant” polling effort in Ohio, suggesting Catholics should not support Mitt Romney because he’s a Mormon.

    A group calling itself “Catholics for Obama” is conducting push-polling in The Buckeye State, attempting to make Romney’s Mormonism an issue. Obama supporters making phone calls on behalf of the group have several Catholic organizations outraged about the nature of the calls. In a scripted phone message, Catholics are being asked: “How can you support a Mormon who does not believe in Jesus Christ?”

    Maureen Ferguson is senior policy advisor for The Catholic Association.

    “We’re deeply concerned about it, but frankly not that surprised given this president’s abysmal record on religious liberty,” says Ferguson. “He has chosen to pick a fight with people of faith over and over again in his administration. So it’s very disappointing and a very disturbing report.”

    Ferguson’s group has described Congressman Paul Ryan, the GOP vice-presidential candidate, as a “smart, serious Catholic [who] has been steadfast on issues of fundamental principle – defending religious liberty, life, and traditional marriage.” Contrary to what Catholics for Obama contend, Ferguson says many Catholics support the Romney/Ryan ticket.

    “This [polling by Catholics for Obama] is incredibly intolerant, not to mention the fact that the Constitution prohibits any religious test for office,” says the senior policy advisor. “And also just shocking in that it comes from a president who has done nothing but try to divide people based on religious grounds.”

    An Obama campaign spokesperson issued the following statement to U.S. News, which broke the story: “As a campaign, we have made it unequivocally clear that a candidate’s religion is out of bounds. The activity that is being attributed to the Obama campaign and our Catholics for Obama program is categorically false.”

    Stephen Schneck, professor of political science of The Catholic University of America and director of the University’s Institute for Public Policy and Catholic Studies (IPC) and the acting dean of social work, is a co-chairman for Catholics for Obama.


  • Patty

    Another ad, to ponder:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktbnqpiHr94 YOUTUBE VIDEO

    New ad campaign exposes how Planned Parenthood destroyed the black family


  • cecildildine


  • Patty

    Must See: OT

    But the choices are clear.

    The Dinner Table


  • Patty

    #12 October 6, 2012 at 5:31 pm
    cecildildine commented:

    h/t I second that!! Ann Coulter said she watch the debates, normally I don’t quote her, but she listen to Reagan’s debate and she said after watching Romney, he was better. Wow.

  • Patty

    A leader is just that, he or she leads, a great leader may fall but he will pick himself back up, never bows and stays the course. That is what I would suspect of Romney. He won’t blame others for his mistakes and will own up to them.

    He will consider the Whole and not a few. He will do his best to bring back jobs as he knows out too.

    And if a little of the integrity of Reagan rubs off, the more the greater the better we feel. And America will be the greatest and come back better then before.

  • Patty

    how to not out

  • Joe College

    I was afraid it would come to this…


    Long-time PBS anchor Jim Lehrer was arrested today after being named as the person responsible for an inflammatory broadcast which has incited verbal violence and unrest throughout the United States and Europe

  • Patty
  • Patty

    #17 October 6, 2012 at 5:41 pm
    Joe College commented:

    😆 😆

  • Joe College

    wow, 2 stars.