Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Interstate Outdoor Advertising Hates the Bill of Rights

Actually, just parts of it. I'm sure they love the First Amendment, but the Second? Not so much.

For Interstate Outdoor Advertising, there is no controversy at all in opposing a constitutional right. For Interstate Outdoor Advertising, rules are made to be broken to declare their opposition to guns. For Interstate Outdoor Advertising, Second Amendment-friendly billboards will be treated as second-class with smaller signs, smaller audiences, and bigger price tags.
I can't wait to see how the other company in question checks out.



Bitter said...

Here's the update on Clear Channel. It's long because there are more important developments. And Clear Channel was willing to talk. :)

Rustmeister said...