Tuesday, October 14, 2014

"Racist" to make fun of Obama?

Democrats Want “Disrespectful” Anti-Obama Halloween Decorations Taken Down

By Dom The Conservative, Oct. 13, 2014, Universalfreepress.com

Many people are unhappy with the current administration, and those that want to express their disgust with the commander-in-chief are getting a little creative.

Of course, not everyone is on board with demonstrations of discontent with President Obama. In fact, one Oklahoma woman is “absolutely offended” at her neighbors’ Halloween decorations, which she believes have gone too far, KOCO reports.

“I saw it for myself and I was absolutely offended,” Jamilla Phillips said, referring to a fake tombstone with Obama’s name on it.

Phillips, an Edmond resident, was afraid the marker might send the wrong message to children, although, she wasn’t too worried about the demonic baby doll, shredded torso, or bloody crosses.

“He is the president of the United States and it’s about respect,” Phillips added. “This person is still alive. I just thought it was an absolute disrespect.”

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