Upon driving to Glacier National Park, something odd was spotted on the way to our destination. Astounded and perplexed, we found the following billboard placed strategically among a throng of ‘Bible and patriotic messages,’ which caused us to wonder.
How did ‘it’ get there? Who placed it there? Why was it there? Whatever the case may be, it is most probable that Ingrid Gustafson’s billboard was not placed in this particular location by accident.
Chances are this particular billboard was placed on the edge of this “10 Commandment Park” and with great strategy. If you look closely you will see every other sign and billboard is either comprised of a Biblical message or one of patriotism.
It would be safe to say that this is a conservative venue.
If you look closely at the bottom of Gustafson’s billboard you will be able to read the word-LAMAR.
Lamar is a company which rents out billboard spaces.
So while all the other billboards present in the pictures have been placed (most likely) by one owner or person, Gustafson’s billboard (most likely) was rented out to her campaign manager and NOT by the owner of the other billboards. To say her billboard stuck out like a sore thumb is an understatement.
It just doesn’t seem to add up.
Gustafson is unashamedly pro choice which means unashamedly pro abortion. Why then would she want to have a billboard placed among a sign such as the 10 Commandments which states, “Thou Shalt Not Kill’ or for that matter the billboard below?
What would the purpose be in erecting a billboard in this particular spot? Could it be that Gustafson is looking for ‘conservative and Christian votes?’ Perhaps many do not understand the premises for which Gustafson stands.
If you look to the bottom right of the billboard in the picture above you will see a small sign that states, “Prayer Changes Things.”
Pray that the Lord will have His way in the most important election. The conservative choice in this election is James Brown. His website states the following:
Protect Our Montana Way of Life.
Vote James Brown for MT Supreme Court Justice. Vote accordingly. Vote for life.