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Federal probe reveals who paid for anti-Obama billboards in Angelina County

Federal probe reveals who paid for anti-Obama billboards in Angelina County
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POSTED: Monday, January 7, 2013 - 12:33pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 11:15am

An 82-year-old Lufkin woman paid for two anonymous anti-Barack Obama billboards that did not contain the required political disclaimers, according to Federal Election Commission officials who recommended last month that no action be taken against her.

Virginia Winston, who in July 2011 paid for the billboard advertisements that spoke out against reelecting President Obama, wrote to the FEC investigators that she was unaware at the time that disclaimers and reporting requirements were mandated by the agency.

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winston plastered her hate-speech on a billboard, but also spoke for a majority of East Texans who, though they can be found in the front pews of their holier-than-thou churches on Sunday morning, have hate-filled hearts the other 6 days of the week...seems ET has the national reputation as the de facto belt buckle of the southern Bible belt, but if the rest of the country knew how much hatred lived in parishoners' hearts, they just might be stunned at the hipocracy of ET religious folks.

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