March 12, 2010

Heed the signs: THE question isnt going away. Atlanta GA Billboard A Free Press For A Free People

Eligibility issue hits Hotlanta!
'Where's the birth certificate?' campaign finds new location

ATLANTA – The billboard campaign that launched a thousand imitators marches south this week with a new location seen by thousands every day as they enter downtown Atlanta on the MARTA subway train from Hartsfield International Airport.

As they say, you can't miss it.

Atlanta Billboard

The latest "Where's the birth certificate?" billboard is located on the I-20 between Turner Field and the Georgia Dome adjacent to the Morehouse School of Medicine on Whitehall Street.

"As I said all along when this billboard campaign got underway last spring, we're in this for the long-term – right through 2012, if necessary," said Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, who conceived the idea for the controversial effort to call attention to Barack Obama's failure to prove he is constitutionally eligible for the office of the presidency.

But to sustain and grow the program, Farah is asking for donations from the public.


"This is a real economic stimulus program for the sagging billboard industry," says Farah. "In addition, it's a way to get a message out to the American public that the Big Media are determined to silence and ridicule."

In fact, many of the nation's billboards are owned and controlled by Big Media corporations, which banned the "Where's the birth certificate?" campaign from their locations shortly after it was launched.  

However, there are still hundreds of thousands of locations available from independent outdoor advertising operators – a virtual unlimited supply if the funds are available to procure them.

"Some folks got the idea that we couldn't find billboard companies willing to lease to us," said Farah. "That was never the case. There are some off-limits because the ownership of major media companies that are heavily regulated by government are afraid to tangle with Washington. WND, however, believes that is the proper and central role of the free press in a free society.

If we can't ask simple, straightforward questions in the press, there is simply no reason for us to exist. There is no reason for constitutional protections of a timid media watching over their shoulders fearing how Big Daddy is going to punish them."

Not only have dozens of "Where's the birth certificate?" billboards been placed all over the country in the last 10 months, but many independent groups and citizens have picked up on the idea to erect their own.

While not everyone has the resources to put up billboards expressing their anger at government, anyone can contribute to the "Where's the birth certificate?" campaign for as little as $5. Billboards like this are not cheap. The vinyl needs to be produced and there are monthly charges for keeping them up that are bigger than most individuals' entire paychecks. But the billboards are having their intended effect – raising the eligibility question in the minds of about half the American public, according to polls.

As Farah said at the first National Tea Party Convention in Nashville last month: "I have a dream. My dream is that IF Barack Obama even seeks re-election as president in 2012, he won't be able to go to any city, any town, any hamlet in America without seeing signs that ask, 'Where's the birth certificate?'

"It's a simple question," he said.

Have you contributed to the "Where's the birth certificate?" billboard campaign yet? If you haven't contributed this month, please do so now.

Click Here To Donate to the
'Where's The Birth Certificate' Billboard Program

A Question of Eligibility:

Public raising volume on uncertainties, secrets of Obama's past

WND Films

A Question of
EligibilityThe raging debate over Obama's birth certificate – or lack thereof – certainly reveals a lot about who's hungry for the truth and who's satisfied with the status quo.

But amid the accusations and excuses, the thorniest of all questions endures: What if the president of the United States is not constitutionally eligible to serve?

At least one scientific opinion poll showed 50 percent of Americans still want to see Barack Obama's birth certificate, as well as other personal documents, because of their deep suspicions he's hiding something.

What could that something be? 

Joseph Farah - Cspan"A Question Of Eligibility" – a DVD from WND Films – goes where no other documentary has dared to go in seekingthe answers to those questions, including one that millions of Americans are asking: "Why won't Barack Obama release publicly the long-form birth certificate he claims to have from the state of Hawaii?"

Click Here To Watch The Trailer

A Question o Eligibility

WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah reignited the issue as a speaker at the first Tea Party Convention, exploding the controversy and increasing the public skepticism.

"A Question of Eligibility" fills out the background. This fast-moving, original work shot entirely in Washington, D.C., is based on the voluminous investigative work of the news agency that has spent more time and money on the story than all other news media combined – the WND news team.

In "A Question of Eligibility," you will hear from four experts on the subject:

  • WND senior staff writer Jerome Corsi, the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of "The Obama Nation";
  • Orly Taitz, the Southern California lawyer who has led the legal fight to secure the evidence of Barack Obama's eligibility;
  • Alan Keyes, a third-party presidential candidate in 2008 and the man who challenged Obama for the Illinois U.S. Senate seat that served as a springboard to his presidential ambitions;
  • and Janet Porter, radio talk-show host and political activist who has championed the constitutional issue.

Get Your Copy of "A Question of Eligibility"


Who's 'Crazy' now?

The answers you need to keep the questions coming
about what Obama's hiding finally!

I'm Not CrazyYou've been trying to get your friends to open their ears to the facts about the Obama constitutional eligibility story.

Now that more and more people are talking about it, they're starting to ask questions.

Those questions, as Molotov Mitchell's "I'm Not Crazy" reveals, will only open more questions.

Venture into the jungle of intrigue with Mitchell – who's diverse creativity recently went viral with a hilarious yet hard-hitting hip-hop video called "One Term President."

Explosive, eye-catching and provocative, his "For the Record" appears Wednesdays on and boils down complex, controversial issues into easily-absorbed video vignettes. With his sidekick, Constitution Kate, "I'm Not Crazy," along with his first 10 WND short-form video commentaries, deconstructs Obama's unproven claims to the presidency.

Not CrazyIt's a clear, engaging, visual explanation – told in a fashion that holds attention spans in a vice grip.

The documentary, in inimitable Molotov Mitchell style, features interviews with Alan Keyes, Phil Berg and Ron Polarik and recounts Molotov's transformation from ardent skeptic to full-blown "birther."

You'll laugh till your sides split – and you'll be shocked by some amazing revelations:

  • Where was Barack Hussein Obama II born? Was it Hawaii? or Kenya?
  • Was he born in 1958 or 1961?
  • Why won't he release his long-form birth certificate?
  • Is he constitutionally ineligible to be president?

"I'm Not Crazy" – produced by Molotov's award-winning Illuminati Pictures – takes an inside look at the stone wall Obama's put up around much of his life ... a wall that is slowly crumbling around him and his cadre of enablers.

Mitchell also teams with DJ Dolce on "News! News!," which appears every Tuesday on This side project's guerilla style showcases Mitchell and company's snarky wit, keen grasp of the issues and brash brand of media personality.

Get Your Copy of "I'm Not Crazy"


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ATLANTA – The billboard campaign that launched a thousand imitators marches south this week with a new location seen by thousands every day as they enter downtown Atlanta on the MARTA subway train from Hartsfield International Airport.

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