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Speaking of Florida

On the stretch from the I75 into Orlando, you can tell you’re in a swing state based on billboards. Mind you, one in every two billboards (and there are a lot) were pro-life ads. But quite a few of the others consisted of things like Defeat Obama and OMG! OBAMACARE WILL KILL US ALL. I’m paraphrasing but there were a lot of them. They were anti-Obama. Not one was actually for Romney.

And now, NRA is running an ad there that says the same thing.

Take it for what it’s worth because I also saw a billboard that read:

Oh my God, Becky, look at this ad. It is so big . . . I like billboards and I cannot lie.

I wish I’d managed to get a pic of that.

6 Responses to “Speaking of Florida”

  1. emdfl Says:

    Best one I’ve seen so far here is on US-19 between Clearwater and St. Pete. On the left side is a picture of a gas station sign that shows gas at $1.88(?)/gal and the caption “This was the price of a gallon of gas when he took office”.
    The famous picture of obumble bowing to the Saudi Prince is in the middle.
    On the right side is a picture of the station sign showing $3.88/gal and the caption, “This is the price of a gallon of gas today.”
    Bottom of sign says, “Thanks, Obama.”

  2. rickn8or Says:

    Pro-choice or Pro-Life signs??

  3. SayUncle Says:

    d’oh. pro life

  4. Todd S Says:

    I like the “Oh my God, Becky…” billboard. It gets the point of all election advertising across in a way that political ads can’t.

  5. bogie Says:

    Let’s get real here, I’m not voting FOR Romney, I’m voting AGAINST Obama. Seriously, that is what I have told every pollster that has called (and I get calls at least 3 times a week) – anyone but Obama.

    I can’t even get behind the independant guy; I’m not voting for a “socially cool” guy, or someone more liberal than Obama in social issues (http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/12/politics/gary-johnson-profile/index.html).

  6. Diane Says:

    I hope you guys realize that the USA is a net exporter of gasoline now, so these gas prices are not going to come down, no matter who wins. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-02-29/u-s-was-net-oil-product-exporter-in-2011.html