TICKER: Psalm 109:8 – US Secret Service investigates billboard calling for prayer for President Obama’s death

A billboard sign in Victoria, Texas had drawn an investigation by the Secret Service.

The controversial sign seems harmless at a glance because it says, “Pray for Obama” and then quotes a scripture, Psalms 109:8., but it is the scripture that has caused an uproar.
Psalms 109:8 reads, “Let his days be few, and let another take his office.”
The man behind the sign, Milton Neitsch Jr., says that he did not think that people would notice that the sign was calling for the President’s life to end soon. He must have assumed the people of Victoria, Texas did not know the scriptures.

Many people are calling the sign hateful and inappropriate and they say that it is using the holy scriptures in the wrong way. Many people are also demanding that the sign must come down.

Neitsch claims that he saw an e-mail from one of his buddies that called for the President’s days to “be few” and decided to pay for it to go on a billboard on North Navarro Street in Victoria, Texas.

“Pray for the president. He needs it,” said Neitsch.

Even when questioned about what the sign means, Neitsch stands by the sign saying, “Exactly what it says. Hope he’s gone soon and somebody different takes his place.”

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