Huge anti-Obama crop sign in Texas

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This is the view from the air when planes land at Lubbock Airport in Texas:


Somebody went to a lot of trouble to carve this message.

The message was not made by cutting down plants for the letters, it was made by cutting everything else away and leaving the letters. That took a lot of ingenuity, time, and ability.
Look at this second picture and compare the message size with the farm house and adjoining buildings. The message is HUGE!

The farmer who owns the field made the sign. It’s near the Lubbock airport so all of the planes coming and going can see the message. In fact, it would be hard to land in Lubbock, Texas and not see this.
A big h/t to FOTM’s beloved Miranda!
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Huge anti-Obama crop sign in Texas

  1. Now that brought a great big ‘ol Texas smile to me…. 🙂

     
  2. heck of a good message!

     
  3. I live in Texas, but had not heard of this. Great! Love it!

     
  4. Look even aliens hate Obama!

     
  5. The government will probably appoint a panel to decipher what message the aliens were trying to convey. At a cost of 3.5 billion.

     
  6. Thank you Miranda and Dr. Eowyn for this refreshing post! What a wonderful farmer, a patriot who is serving his country admirably!

     
  7. crop circles, even the spelling in this message is correct now we need farmers to repeat this in wisconsin, illinois, indiana and iowa come on now obama must go, in every corn and soybean field

     
  8. What’s so funny is that liberals cannot boycott ALL products using grain! Hehehe….who knows this wheat could end up in their cereal boxes or help feed the beef they might eat…. 😀 gotta luv it!

     
  9. Even tha aliens can smell a dog.

     
  10. The farmer in interview said, “Once a year I mow down all the weeds and I decided to leave this message. . .” So it is weeds, not wheat that went. But what an artist with a tractor mower!

     

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