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Is Hell Too Good For Bush?


Is Hell Too Good For Bush?

The Head Demons at Hell Pizza think that might be the case. Hell’s latest billboard featuring President Bush and the words “Hell – Too good for some evil bastards” have caused quite a stir internationally over the last two weeks.

The Auckland City Council attempted last week to have the billboards taken down. However, they were found to have insufficient grounds to do so, and the billboards have remained up.

Due to the huge amount of feedback Hell Pizza has received regarding the campaign, the company has set up www.gotohell.co.nz, a site where the public is free to post up their feelings about the Billboards, Bush, and even Hell if they so desire. As it is a forum based site, one can interact, argue, criticise, or agree with others opinions at their own free will.

Comments have come in from the United States and further; “I am an American and I read about your billboards and think it's hilarious. I wish we could get away with something like that here in the land of 'Freedom of Speech'. I applaud you. Bravo! If I [was] able to, I'd order several myself! (I'm sure you don't deliver to Spokane, WA)”.

And others; “I LOVE your billboard with the portrait of the man even Satan wouldn't want to be seen with! I hope you assert your right to free speech - don't let anyone's sense of "propriety" push you into silence, especially on a topic that so desperately needs shouting about. I'm a U.S. citizen, I reside in the U.S., and I think you're absolutely on target - Bush is evil”.

“Regarding your "Hell is too good for some evil bastards" billboards, I just wanted you to know that not everyone in the US has been brainwashed by the Evil Chimp and his handlers. Bravo!”

So is Hell to good for an evil bastard like Bush? Visit www.gotohell.co.nz and have your own say!

ENDS


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