Angry liberals go after Clear Channel to take down anti-voter-fraud billboards

Lefties, decked out in their trusty race goggles, are still obsessed with anti-voter-fraud billboards posted in Milwaukee and Cleveland. They have convinced themselves that the billboards are nothing more than an intimidation tactic by the evil, raaaaaaaaacist GOP to suppress voters. These perpetually offended liberals, thus far unsuccessful at getting the billboards dismantled, are now targeting Clear Channel (who operates the billboards), insisting that the media company see that the signs are taken down:

Some seized the opportunity to tie Mitt Romney to the billboards via Bain Capital, which acquired Clear Channel in 2008. If at first you don’t succeed, reductio ad Bainium!

Free-speech-averse lefties can whine to their hearts content about the injustice of election integrity. But as of now, Clear Channel has no plans to dismantle the billboards. That First Amendment business can be so pesky sometimes!



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  • grais

    There is no jail time for non-existent voter fraud.
    There Is jail time for voter fraud; and a hefty fine, too; just like the billboards teach.

    What on earth made these folks so stupid?

  • Danny Wheeler

    Man… those libtards just don’t give up.

  • Diesel the pitbull

    we need more signs!

    • Koker

      We need alot more signs! haha

  • thetawake

    Seems to me only those with a guilty conscience would even notice, let alone challenge a sign that says ‘don’t break the law’.

  • William J. Miller

    This is like saying a “DO NOT USE IN SHOWER” tag on a hair drier is racist. You’re only in trouble if you do exactly what the tag says not to do.

    I think a more effective campaign would be a “REPORT NEIGHBORHOOD ACORN AND SEIU REPRESENTATIVES WHO TRY TO GET YOU TO VOTE MORE THAN ONCE, FOR $500 REWARD” campaign. That may be a little long for a billboard, though.

  • Love of Country

    Leola Summers@summersLeola1 …
    will not be intimidated by anyone


    Okay, Leola ….. that’s good. So then shut the heck up already, why doncha?
    But I still can’t tell if you’re bragging or complaining …. what’s your problem?

  • TugboatPhil

    I don’t think it’s a felony to vote only once, under your own name….as long as you are alive.

    • Love of Country

      And by extension …. ‘click it or ticket’ signs are racist signs meant to deter dumb Democrats from driving ….. sheesh!

  • Love of Country

    Apparently Bain owns clear channel …. that’s good …. that means the signs won’t be coming down due to pressure and Democrats can have conniptions until the cows come home for all I care …. I can hardly wait to see them all flip out when Romney wins in a landslide.

    And one of the ways I’m gonna celebrate is by going to a couple of websites I no longer frequent due to excessive trolling by disingenuous, pathologically lying Owebama supporters and find some of the trolls who routinely called us racists ad nauseum and sneered and jeered in their hollow assertions that Romney had not one iota of a chance to win and I’m gonna politely rub their noses in Dinglebarry’s loss for perhaps a day or two, lol. I mean they’ve truly got it coming to them, no?

  • Love of Country

    Current TV
    Demand that Clear Channel remove racist billboards that threaten jail time for non-existent voter fraud: @TYTonCurrent


    Race War in America ….. brought to you by Al Gore’s Current TV. (pathetic)

  • Keith Davidson

    Things that are fair and equal, and the left whines like babies, and yet they cheer for a President who is a traitor to this country and should be brought up on charges of treason, after which he should be slammed in jail so hard he would have to have sunshine piped in. Unbelievable. That kool-aid is apparently some very strong stuff to make you abandon all logic and reason in favor of the destruction of the country you live in.

  • Slam1263

    Faux outrage just doesn’t seem as hot anymore.

  • Bill Herrema

    Letting people know that voter fraud is illegal is wrong
    because it may stop someone from breaking the law? I can’t see anything wrong with that. The only ones, who may want to pay attention
    or be concerned, are those who intend to break the law. This does not apply to anyone casting a legal

  • Jack Levitt

    The need to make a serious example of ANY New Yorkers voting there and at the winter home in Florida..

  • John (it true me am)

    Note the references to Romney owning Bain. (Which of course he does not.) They just straight up ignore the memos at this point.

  • orringtonmom (D)

    this is quite possibly the dumbest outrage ever.

  • tjp77

    Methinks they protest too much.

  • AlmaAlma

    So they’re worried about people who would illegally vote, being offended?

  • TrueBlue73

    If voter fraud is (as they say) non-existent, then what’s the BFD? Same old tired racist tactics from the liberals smh

  • Tanille

    The only people who want voter fraud to stick around, are the ones who cheat. I’m not surprised liberals are bitching about it.. The majority of their votes come from voter fraud.. They would be losing all those dead voters who magically turned democrat after dying.

  • v1cious
  • Joel Shapiro

    This is clearly voter intimidation. Republicans aren’t interested in winning the election, they’re interested in a coup d’etat. Republicans were told multiple times by multiple courts in multiple jurisdictions that their racist, classist voter suppression laws wouldn’t flie and were illegal. They then, like little whiney babies, try to get around those rulings with these billboards. How are these billboards not illegal? By the way, I *am* a conservative, but the Republican party is an emabrassment to conservatives and to rational thought. VOTE OBAMA 2012!