Patrick Lanzo says he’s not racist, but just expressing political protest of the president’s policies.
It is not the first time he has caused uproar by placing offensive slogans outside his bar.
In 2009, he installed a sign that read, ‘Obama’s plan for health-care: n rig it.’
Again, he maintained it was simply a protest against the government’s policies on healthcare, rather than racist abuse.
The Georgia Peach Museum and Restaurant — which boasts that it is “the original Klan bar” on its website — caused a media firestorm last week when it put up a sign that read, “Obama’s plan for health care – [n-word] rig it.” The res... Read Post
A Georgia bar owner has sparked outrage by displaying a sign outside his establishment calling Barack Obama a 'ner'. Patrick Lanzo, of Paulding County, insists that the sign beside the Georgia Peach Oyster Bar is not racist and is s... Read Post