Store Owner On Obama Witch Doctor Display: “It’s Personal”
Bill Skuby of Skuby & Co Lifestyle Clothing in Spring Lake, New Jersey says he won’t remove his controversial Halloween display.
The store’s window display depicts an image of Obama’s head superimposed in the body of a witch doctor that rests atop the word “Obamacare.” The witch doctor image is placed under a tombstone epithet that reads, “I Told You I Was Sick,” accompanied by a photo of the president in a doctor’s coat and stethoscope.
On the tombstone stands an Obama bobble-head doll sporting a long-sleeved tee that reads, “Hoax,” and underneath that is a zombie mannequin rising from the dead wearing a hat that says “F.Y.B.O.,” an acronym apparently for an expletive phrase denouncing the president.
Skuby says this has nothing to do with race.
“If you want to call me a racist then go ahead. I can assure you I am not a racist; I just really want to see Obama go.” Skuby said. “This is a good example of where race relations are under this guy’s administration. … This has absolutely nothing to do with race.”