Skip to comments.DOT Construction Signs Hacked To Read 'Impeach Obama'
Posted on 07/08/2012 7:09:53 AM PDT by izzatzo
ANCHORAGE, Alaska Several electronic road construction signs around Anchorage were hacked late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Signs that normally display closure and detour information, like the one on Minnesota Drive near 100th Avenue, were changed to read Impeach Obama. That particular sign wasnt fixed until sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Thursday.
It happened because DOT says it doesn't lock the boxes on the signs that hold the message control pad.
Construction managers say sign-hacking has never happened before, so they never thought to lock the boxes.
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we need to spread the word. the adults need to vote this time around and send that rookie in the white house packing. he can now join the unemployment line.
Time to start posting armed drones overhead, don’t ya think?
At first the MSM was saying “Honk for boobs”
they did not want the sheeple to see the writing along the highways.
Whoever did this better be careful. It might get him a ticket to a re-education camp in the future.
Considerably more sensible than “Zombie Attack”
I am unclear about how much the American people are actually paying attention.
The situation should clarify by Labor Day, but Romney’s operation really needs to step up its game.
Along the same lines though, dontcha think?
At this point, I’m wondering if Romney’s in the game, period.
Surprised to see Google hasn’t done something to prevent this.
Oh Boo Hoo New castrati
“Electronic construction signs hacked to display a nasty message about President Obama (PHOTO) http://huff.to/LuVaqC" Huffy Puffy tweet
Found a similar list when I used “Bing” for the search. (I don’t use Google since it’s anti-American and pro-CommieRat.)
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