California Man Puts 14-Foot Neon Sign in His Front Yard Calling Mitt Romney A Racist

By - Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Last week, Steven Showers, a registered member of the Republican Party, decided to place a 14-foot neon sign in the front of his Newbury Park home in California. The neon sign reads “ROMNEY’S RACIST HEART DOTCOM” and “SAVE THE GOP” which shows a powerful work of art and shows impressive dedication to both his cause while believing that Romney’s Mormon beliefs will ruin the Republican party. Showers stated that he was “stunned to find out that the Mormon religion is a white supremacist, anti-black, racist ideology.” The sign was designed and built by Showers himself and costed him about $2,000. For a more detailed look into the project and the story behind it, check it out here. Source: Complex via LAist

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