Tonight, just as radical pro-abortion Democrat presidential nominee Barack Obama begins his acceptance speech at Denver’s Invesco Field, American Right To Life will display for the second and last time the world’s largest protest sign.
The location for the final unfurling of the 353,000 square-foot sign (530×666 feet) is still secret but will maximize the likelihood Obama and thousands of delegates will see the sign with their own eyes.
On August 26 ARTL spread this sign on a grassy mountainside public knoll:
Beginning tonight the sign will read:
… to expose Obama’s repeated opposition as state senator to the Born Alive Infants Protection Act, a bill to protect abortion survivors from being relegated to death. In fact, Obama took a leadership role in defeating the bill, the identical version of which passed overwhelmingly on the national level and was deemed not threatening to abortion by NARAL….
The sign has three enormous 160-foot tall, bright yellow letters, D-N-C, stacked on top of each other, with three lines of white text.
According to ARTL’s press release, Columbine dad Brian Rohrbough, whose son Daniel was murdered at that high school massacre, stated, “A baby’s rights don’t begin at birth; they don’t come from the delivery doctor; they come from our Creator, as affirmed by the Declaration of Independence.”
ARTL awaits the Guinness World Records organization to certify their official and successful attempt to display the largest ever protest sign, shouting the truth from a mountaintop overlooking the Democrat National Convention, an organization and presidential candidate dedicated to killing preborn and born children.