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Controversial Dallas-Area Billboard Getting Lots of Attention

A Dallas-area man who paid for a controversial billboard is now garnering national attention.Tom Schad of Gainesville, Texas, paid for a huge sign and has now found his message on bumper stickers and T-shirts. It has also spread like wildfire across the Internet. The billboard, showing two full-combat-dressed Navy Seals, reads:  “The Navy Seals removed a threat to America. Remove the other threat in November.”

Some have criticized the ad claiming it advocates violence against the president. Others say the word ‘vote’ is implied at the end. Schad says the billboard will remain along I-35 near Dallas through the end of the election season. CBS 11 TV in Dallas had this coverage on the story:

 

 

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