First thought: Wow... that takes balls.
Second thought: I hope the billboards are high enough to discourage vandalism.
Third thought: Wait a minute... why should it take balls to state an evidentiary truth?
Fourth thought: Hrumph... stupid priviledge-soaked fundies.
Fifth thought: Hehehe... they're gonna' have a fit.
Then I gave off thinking for a while and instead occupied my mind with the imagined reactionary antics of the Focus on the Family clan (ensconced in Colorado Springs where one of the billboards is featured) set to Yakety Sax. *giggles*
Over all, I approve. Yes, there are certainly panties bunching all over the state right now, including the frilly sets worn by the accomodationist crowd, but that merely assists me in identifying those individuals I don't care to spend time with. I do, however, take umbrage with a line from the COCORE page dedicated to the billboard, which states, "We don't ask you to stop believing in your version of a super-natural being."
Telling someone that their god is not real, and then instructing them to "choose reality", is most certainly asking them to stop believing in their version of a super-natural being. It's a reasonable request, and this apparent attempt to soothe potential hostilities by backing away from it annoys me.