Obama Witchdoctor Photo in New Jersey Shop Causes Controversy

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A New Jersey business owner has refused to remove anti-Obama images from his store window that depict the President as a witchdoctor.

A New Jersey business owner has refused to remove anti-Obama images from his store window that depict the President as a witchdoctor.

Bill Skuby, the owner of Skuby & Co. Lifestyle Clothing in Spring Lake, said that the window display is his way of protesting against Obamacare. Interesting to note is that the C in the image is formed from the Communist hammer and sickle symbol.

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According to 66-year-old Skuby the reaction to the image has been overwhelmingly positive.  "A lot of people feel the way I do, but are afraid to say it,"he said, adding that the reaction has been 70 percent positive.

However, the remaining 30 percent comprised of people who dubbed the method of protest as inappropriate because of its racial nature. "That window represents the worst of the worst in our society," said local resident Suzanne Herrmann.

"People can express their views, but to express them with bones through their nose is not right."

Skuby fends off suggestions of racism by pointing out that he has a 17-year-old biracial grandchild. "I'm not racist, and as long as my grandchild doesn't think I'm a racist, I'm perfectly fine with all of this," he said.

It is important to mention here that few weeks ago a member of Republican Virginia Party named Wally Hudson adopted an offensive method of campaigning against Obama by posting racial images of the President on the GOP’s Facebook page.

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