Political church sign stirs up controversy in small town near San Antonio

This sign outside a San Antonio-area church is stirring up controversy

October 20, 2012 9:07:58 AM PDT
A church sign is causing a whirlwind of controversy in a small town near San Antonio.

The sign reads "Vote for a Mormon, not a Muslim..."

It is an obvious jab at President Barack Obama, even though he has declared he is a Christian and believes in Jesus Christ. He was also baptized in 1988.

But the church pastor says he feels very passionate about this year's election and just couldn't resist.

There's no doubt the sign is causing a lot of commotion in the small town of Leakey.

The church is a religious affiliation and considered a non-profit organization, which means by law it cannot endorse a presidential candidate.

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