Look, It’s Hitler, Lenin and.. Is That Obama?

North Iowa Tea Party began displaying the sign last week

North Iowa Tea Party began displaying the sign last week

US President Barack Obama’s picture displayed between two notorious radical leaders in history, Adolf Hitler and Vladimir Lenin, in a roadside billboard in Iowa.

“Radical leaders prey on the fearful & naive,” is written on the billboard. The word “change” written under every picture, as if trying to draw similarities between the three.

There’s no question who did that. According to The Telegraph, it was created by the North Iowa Tea Party. The sign itself was displayed since last week.

Bob Johnson, co-founder of North Iowa Tea Party, said the billboard was made to criticize the president’s support for socialism.


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One Response to Look, It’s Hitler, Lenin and.. Is That Obama?

  1. hoboduke says:

    It’s about time people recognize and acknowledge the importance of Lenin! What about Chairman Mao? He led the cultural revolution that mowed down a few million people. Don’t know about Lenin’s view, but Mao and Hitler viewed blacks as inferior, and Mao enjoyed using them to stir revolution in the USA by manipulating the naive and stupid 1970’s radicals visiting Mao.

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