These signs were posted on US roads and freeways from April 18 - 28, 2007.

The right to use public property to address ones fellow citizens or express political grievances is absolutely guaranteed under the Constitution. Any local laws or ordinances restricting such expression are probably unconstitutional and rendered null by the precedent set by the American flags that went up on overpasses after September 11th.

If local authorities don't want signs on their freeways, they can take down the damn billboards.
One sign next to a major urban freeway can be seen by 200,000 people per day.
Anything that can be seen while driving is a place you can put a sign and it'll be read: every fence, tree, wall and post.  The harder it is to reach, the longer it'll stay up.

Unlike most forms of protest which require either mass-participation or media coverage to reach a large number of people, a single freewayblogger can reach half a million people in a day.  Alone.

In the unlikely event you're actually caught in the act by a cop, just be polite and do everything they say. Nobody goes to jail in America for putting up a sign... at least not yet. Given that you pick the time and place to post though, you could do this  forever and never get caught.
1) Get cardboard.

2) Paint it white.

3) Paint your message.

4) Put it up.

Cardboard, Paint and something to say: that's all it takes.

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