INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A digital billboard showing President Barack Obama
wearing a Hitler-style mustache that had prompted a swirl of attention for a
northeast Indiana town was taken down Tuesday.
The advertisement, on a sign at the Cornerstone Plaza in Kendallville, was
purchased by Lyndon LaRouche’s political action committee and flashed the
message: “Impeach Obama". The sign owner, Roger Diehm, told Fort Wayne media
outlets the sign was pulled down Tuesday because the time purchased by
LaRouche’s group had run out, not because of any controversy.
Telephone messages seeking comment were left with Diehm Tuesday. The message
on Diehm Construction’s voice mail directed residents to register complaints
at LaRouche’s website. Diehm told The News-Sun that any political party can
buy space on his sign about 25 miles northwest of Fort Wayne.
Kendallville Mayor SuzAnne H