WASHINGTON - An advertisement displayed in a subway station in the Washington area on which you can read black on white "Barack is going to hell" created controversy this week after the protest letter to an elected Congress.
Advertising that promotes the movie "Sick and Sicker" criticizing the will of the American president to impose a system of universal health insurance in the U.S., and says: "Obama wants politicians and bureaucrats control the medical system in the whole of America. Barack Go to hell ".
This ad has angered a Democrat elected to the House of Representatives, Jim Moran, who wrote to the company for underground protest against such displays. "I encourage you to remove this advertisement and any other of his ilk," he wrote.
But the company replied that advertising is protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees freedom of expression.
In a statement released Wednesday, the elect said he was "disappointed" with this response, noting that "blasphemy does not belong in the public forum."