That’s Not Right

It’s hard to say if it was more offensive to put up a billboard of Martin Luther King Jr. hugging Usama bin-Laden on the anniversary of King’s birthday than it was to put up a billboard with a giant set of testicles that asks if anyone in Congress has the balls to impeach President Barack Obama. What’s clear, however, is some people have no filter.

In Cleveland, no less.

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Martin Longman

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