Friday, May 29, 2009

Newspaper Publishes Obama Death Threat as Personal Ad

Someone placed a personal ad in the Warren (Penn.) Times-Observer calling for Barack Obama's assassination. But to understand the ad you have to understand history; no one at the paper did, however. It's kind of like The Da Vinci Code.

The ad reads simply, "May Obama Follow in the Footsteps of Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy." Cute, right? But wait a minute-what do those great men all have in common?

Somewhere in Pennsylvania, a Hillary voter is snickering to himself.

The Times-Observer realized that they had published and distributed a call for the assassination of a sitting U.S. president, and now the feds are investigating.

Said the paper:
Upon realizing the mistake early Thursday morning, the ad was immediately discontinued and the identity of the person who placed the ad was turned over to Warren City Police as per newspaper policy. The local police department forwarded the information to federal authorities, as per department policy.

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EssenceDiva said...

Fool! This was too easy. OmG! Idiots.. It's a shame how blatant racism is in this country and dumb people are. smh...

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