Commuters in Columbus Ohio have been kept informed of at least one citizen's opinions on torture, the war, and the men who brought us both: our own Aunt Bea. Despite being a grandmother, as well as somewhat disabled, she has what it takes to speak out: Cardboard, paint, and guts enough to use them.
Using the special non-patented freewayblogger method pictured below (in other words, bungee cords) Aunt Bea's work on fencing and the overpasses have made her quite possibly the most widely-read political commentator in the greater Columbus Metropolitan Area... certainly the most widely read working on a budget of under five dollars.
Apprised of her uncommon courage and valor, Arianna Huffington sent her a signed copy of "Fearless", something those of you who've considered doing this might want to pick up. Like most fledgling movements, ours is a revolution with a lot more sympathizers than activists, which is a pity given that the difference between the two boils down to nothing more than cardboard, paint and a little bit of nerve.
USA - 808
FB - 609