One of several anti-Obama billboards that went up around Atlanta this week.
A sample message from the group BillboardsAgainstObama.com.
ATLANTA -- One group is taking freedom of speech and freedom of expression to the limits in a series of Metro Atlanta highway billboards voicing strong opinions against President Barack Obama.
The billboards are the latest move to sway public opinion -- and for a price you can have your say.
The signs are in a series of four digital billboards ranging in price from $2,500 to $3,500 a month. They offer pre-packaged messages like "Stop Obama Socialism," or one that can be seen at Spaghetti Junction saying "Now it's personal."
The group behind the billboards call themselves BillboardsAgainstObama.com.
Two of the billboard locations are on Interstate 85; one is at Spaghetti Junction and one along Peachtree Industrial.
11Alive News contacted the Web site owners today via e-mail and they said they would not reveal who they are or where they are based. They said they simply rely on e-mails to communicate.
So far, the nameless head of the group says their Web site has received more than 1,800 hits and that contributions go toward paying for the billboards.
There is no indication that any one person is paying for any one display.
The group does say it's getting some negative feedback on the Web site, but the site says the amount of money being raised is to expand the program.
So far on the Web site, there are three anti-Obama messages to choose from, and contributors are given the option to create more.