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Pray for Obama billboard causes alarm, and more

The Secret Service is investigating a billboard created by a Texas man that says, “Pray for Obama/Psalms 109:8.”

Pray for Obama billboard causes alarmThe Secret Service is investigating a billboard created by a Texas man that says, “Pray for Obama/Psalms 109:8.” That verse reads, “Let his days be few, and let another take his office.” Milton Neitsch Jr. says the sign means “exactly what it says,” and says he’s surprised it generated any controversy. He plans to replace it with a sign reading, “Vote for the American.”

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