LAKE FOREST, Calif., April 28 /Standard Newswire/ -- In response to the decision by the University of Notre Dame to honor Barack Obama, America's first infanticide-supporting president, with an honorary degree and an invitation to deliver their 2009 commencement address, The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) has begun displaying large abortion photos on the sides and backs of a fleet of billboard trucks which will operate in the South Bend area between now and the conclusion of graduation ceremonies.
Because the pro-life community at Notre Dame has relentlessly covered-up the horror of abortion, CBR has decided to fly enormous aerial billboards over the campus. If the Secret Service and the Federal Aviation Administration impose Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) for a longer period than is typical for a presidential appearance, or which restrict more airspace than is typical for a presidential appearance, CBR will also fly its aircraft at Notre Dame during the fall semester, 2009, during an aerial campaign which will last far longer than is typical for a presidential appearance.
Obama Awareness Campaign
Who: Center for Bio Ethical Reform
What: A large fleet of pro-life billboard trucks, graphic handheld signs, and airplane tow banners (weather permitting)
Where: South Bend, IN on the public roadways and skies near the University of Notre Dame
When: April 28-May 17 CBR's billboard Trucks will roll each day from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm April 28-30, 2009 from 12 noon -- 2 PM EST CBR's airplane tow banners* will fly the South Bend and University of Notre Dame area.
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In a perversely paradoxical sense, it is the pro-life community at Notre Dame which is responsible for the abomination which this invitation represents. By steadfastly opposing the display of abortion photos on their campus, they have allowed abortion supporters to create the misleading impression that abortion is a nominal evil. Dr. Martin Luther King didn't trivialize lynchings by handing out white carnations or empty red envelopes. He won passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by forcing the American people to look at shocking images of African Americans being savagely beaten for trying to register to vote
To contact Gregg Cunningham, director of The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, email firstname.lastname@example.org.