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New billboards attacks christianity and warming isn't aren't lining the highways Charlotte, North Carolina.
The site of the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
American Atheists incorporated are responsible for the billboards and the fact they are popping up just days before the convention.
It's no coincidence it.
-- it's absolutely he's a strategic move in terms of the convention it's absolutely aimed at the political conventions.
And it's absolutely timed for the political conventions both of them.
Billboards which will be up for a month cost American Atheists 151000.
Dollars and they say the purpose of these billboards.
Is to get religion out of politics.
As we move into the rest of the campaign we're going to see religion be a piece of it and we think it should not -- the ads have proved to be offensive to Islam.
The course is not appropriate is never appropriate to -- solar person never appropriate.
To disrespect another person.
The time Mormon billboard behind me was originally meant to be placed in Tampa for Mitt Romney in the Republican National Convention.
The private -- a billboard owners refuse to put a Fiat.
We -- are very happy.
That we found a company that allowed us to express our freedom of speech our our our opinions.
And we're also very dismayed at the bigotry that we received in Tampa.
When we weren't allowed to post.
Asked for if religion should play a role in politics we're not a Christian nation we never have been -- Christian nation and we never will be.
All you have to do is go to Washington.
And look at all of scripture quotations all over the buildings in Washington DC.
The debate continues.
In Charlotte, North Carolina very -- Fox News.