Just ahead of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, a group of atheists are mounting a billboard campaign targeting the faiths of President Obama and Mitt Romney.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
Along a couple of major highways in Charlotte, North Carolina the group American Atheists have placed billboards targeting and mocking Christianity, President Obama's faith, and mocking Mormonism, Mitt Romney's faith.
(Silverman) "The political conventions should center on real issues. Reality not fantasy."
American Atheists President David Silverman.
But some like North Carolina Pastor Mark Matthews would argue that religion is at the core of America.
(Matthews) "All you have to do is go to Washington and look at all the scripture quotations all over the buildings."
The American Atheists' signs won't be up for next week's Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida because no billboard company there would lease them space.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
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