A local Massachusetts man, Robert Sullivan, has erected a huge sign mocking Elizabeth Warren‘s Native American heritage in a huge sign that calls her “Princess Little Big Liar,” which lives in front of his motorcycle accessories dealership.
“Elizabeth Warren is a joke. Princess Little Big Liar. Vote Scott Brown United States Senate,” the sign reads.”
Various images of the sign have been posted on Facebook and Twitter.
Senator Scott Brown‘s main line of attack against Elizabeth Warren is her Native American heritage, which Brown claims he can tell is not authentic. During their debate two weeks ago, Brown said, “Elizabeth Warren claimed she was a native American, a person of color, and as you can see she’s not.”
“Sullivan is also the man behind controversial anti-Obama ads,” reports Indian Country Today:
On one placard, a young girl gives the middle finger to the President. The other displays President Obama’s photo beside the remarks: “Somewhere in Kenya a village is missing its idiot. Obama One Big Ass Mistake America, Vote Mitt Romney for 2012!”
Sullivan said he has received many phone calls from people across the country both praising and condemning his signs. People from as far away as the United Kingdom and Kenya have emailed him infuriated by his racist and sexist ads. “They call the signs obscene and I think the way the country’s being run is obscene,” Sullivan said.
News of the sign also hit the radical right wing forum Free Republic, and generated comments like this:
“Set the sign on a metal frame wired to lethal current. A few crispy democrats are like squirrels in the powerlines. Festive.”
Yesterday, the Huffington Post reported:
During the Dodd-Frank financial reform debate in early 2010, newly elected Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts was referred to as an ATM for the bankers — meaning that whenever they needed some more cash, they would stop by his office. It was not paper money he was handing out, of course, it was something much more valuable — rule changes that conferred a greater ability to take on reckless risk, damage consumers, and impose higher future costs on the taxpayer.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren’s response to Scott Brown:
“Scott Brown can continue attacking my family but I’m going to continue fighting for yours.”
Image via Facebook
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