Monday, November 5, 2012

Sign In Store Window Near Obama Rally Zings The Secret Service

President Barack Obama is planning an outdoor rally here on Monday, but one store within the event's security zone is taking a stand against Secret Service searches inside the shop.

A sign on the window of Raygun, a clothing store that sells quirky T-shirts, tells Secret Service agents who intend to "sweep" the premises before Obama's speech that it does "not consent" to any searches. The sign also added a little humor, too: "It's not that there's anything illegal in here, we just employ several Colombian prostitutes and don't want to tempt you guys," the sign reads, a reference to news reports earlier this year about some agents who had solicited prostitutes in South America.
The Obama campaign was not amused. A store clerk told Yahoo News that the sign went up Monday morning, and Obama staffers have asked for its removal. The store is refusing.(source)

1 comment:

  1. Bonus points for whomever runs that store. Glad to see some folks have the guts to stand up to tyranny. They want to search the store? Get a warrant with probable cause. Otherwise, F-off. They aren't special class citizens, no matter what they think. No one is MAKING POTUS show up and give a speech there. It's entirely optional campaign bullshit. It isn't official anything.