Bush billboard: Miss me yet?

2010-02-11 09:02

Minneapolis - Former US President George W Bush has returned on a Minnesota billboard funded by some people who apparently aren't happy with the way things are going in Washington.

The billboard's tagline: "Miss me yet?"

Office manager Beverly Master of Schubert and Hoey (hoy) Outdoor Advertising in Minneapolis said the message was purchased by a group of small business owners and people from the area who want to remain anonymous.

Master said the billboard overlooking Interstate 35 in Wyoming, Minnesota, is scheduled to stay up until at least the end of February. She said her company, which owns the billboard, has not done any others like it.

Wyoming Mayor Sheldon Anderson calls the billboard "rather clever", but added that he doesn't know who's behind it.

  • William - 2010-02-11 09:25

    Oh MY, ha haha..

  • bok4life - 2010-02-11 09:27

    Hahaha Brilliant! George Bush You Beauty!!
    Anyways i still think all the American presidents (not to mention the people) give themselves WAY too much credit!! Kinda like whats happens here in Sa!!

  • navarac - 2010-02-11 09:50

    George who?

  • MsDiva - 2010-02-11 09:53

    I am sure it was paid for by the KKK. Small minded imbeciles. Forgetting that it took him 8yrs to ruin the country, how can they expect recovery in one year? Same as in SA, for 300yrs we were oppressed, after 15yrs people are expecting miracles

  • kapitalis - 2010-02-11 09:55

    I think Obama promised too much and will struggle to deliver with the current state of the economy.

    Imagine I sign with PW Botha saying- "Miss julle my?"

  • Ben - 2010-02-11 09:59

    Great. . you go boy-george. American public begin te re-think . . .

  • Louis G - 2010-02-11 10:05

    I still think that a MAN is measured by his actions not his words and in this case a billboard. Time will Tell if Obama will be recorded as a MAN of Peace and Justice or a war monger

  • MornĂ© - 2010-02-11 10:18

    The board should read 'misseD me!' refering to the shoe-throw insident. Maybe a shoe store can sponsor a stack of shoes in front of the sign so that people can practise.

  • Yes, we Can(ehh...Might?) - 2010-02-11 10:20

    I agree, at least with GeorgeW, we had more peace of mind. Theres very little substance behind that toastmaster Obama.

  • Kien@MsDiva - 2010-02-11 10:24

    Some people expect miracles, I just expect government to not ruin the country. *sigh*

  • desertrose - 2010-02-11 10:32

    I think, like MANY Americans (including Clint Eastwood) Obama has to date, done nothing. Apart from his mistakes, I liked
    George W Bush !

  • Jackie - 2010-02-14 20:47

    NO! I don't miss you! And desertrose -- What the hell does Clint Eastwood have to do with anything!?! Do you think people will change their minds about Obama bc of what some celebrity thinks?? And Yes, We Can -- Peace of mind? Are you kidding!? The last thing anyone had when Bush was in office was peace of mind!

  • Isaac - 2010-07-15 12:44

    A million orphans in Iraq, a million widows in Iraq. Hundreds of thousands dead, increased terrorism and extremsim around the globe. Some people are just daft.

  • Clint Eastwood - 2010-07-15 13:08

    Are you feeling lucky, Punk?

  • Renegade - 2010-07-15 13:17

    I like this!!Bush for President again!
    Obama' is at an all time low.Not surprise at all. Just promises and no delivery.(like ANC)

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