Posted by | November 1, 2012 08:43 | Filed under: Top Stories

Virginia-based ccAdvertising had its websites suspended by GoDaddy for spam and abuse.

“The average American pays at least $2,000 more in taxes than 4 years ago. STOP OBAMA!” one message read.

“Obama endorses the legality of same-sex marriage. Say No to Obama at the polls on Nov 6!” read another.

Jonathan Weisman, a reporter for The New York Times, tweeted that his 13-year-old daughter received a text reading: “Obama denies protection to babies who survive abortions. Obama is just wrong.”

Mike Madden, editor of The Washington City Paper, received another: “Re-electing Obama puts Medicare at risk.”

The messages came from a variety of websites rather than phone numbers. The sites included, and

Those sites are all registered on to Jason Flanary, the chief operating officer of ccAdvertising. Flanary, a Republican, ran for the Virginia state Senate in 2011 but lost.

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