ELKHART -- A controversial billboard in Elkhart has been drawing a lot of attention-- both negative and positive this month.
But Monday, protesters gathered at the billboard to argue its message.
The billboard, paid for by a tea party group called "We the People of Marshall and Fulton County", is posted near Nappanee Street and John Weaver Parkway in Elkhart.
It says: "The Navy Seals removed one threat to America. The voters must remove the other."
A handful of people gathered at the sign to say they don't agree with its connotations.
"We got rid of Osama Bin Laden. It's like they think we got rid of him by magic," said Doris Stickel, a protester. "But I saw my president sitting in my room watching it come down. I take the assumption that they are objecting to my president and I object that."
"I feel we're getting into a very dangerous climate and I would like to see a more human, loving election," said Clarence Moseng, another protester.
As for the billboard--- there are no plans to take it down.
The leader for We the People of Marshall and Fulton County said it will stay until November 1.