Miss me Yet?
February 12, 2010 7 Comments
There´s a sign in a highway in Minnesota (I-35) with a photo of President Bush waving at drivers, with the words “Miss me yet?.”
This sign in Minnesota reflects how much Americans are missing George W. Bush. A non-scientific poll in (leftist) web site AOL News shows 52% miss President Bush, 14% Miss him somewhat, and 34% Don´t miss him. People in both sides of the aisle are beginning to realize the era of hopey and changey is dead, because socialism didn´t work. Many Obama supporters (the moderates, the socialists will never wake up… Brain death) are turning their back on Obama (i.e.: Obama Girl), and are being less critical of Bush.
The Blame Bush game is over. Americans are tired of it. I think that what Americans miss the most about George W. is his character, he never blamed anything on Clinton. Never. He inherited problems, and keywords with no “W´s”, but he never complained. He got his job done. And he did it great.
This sign was given major coverage in the last couple of days on TV and it was the subject of many blog posts.
So… who paid for the Billboard?
Mary Tesken, spokeswoman of “Schubert & Hoey Advertising” said the Billboard is…
“…Paid for by a group of small business owners who feel like Washington is against them. They wish to remain anonymus.”
(Just in case one of those “small business owners” is reading…. Thank you!)
Yes, Mr. President. I miss you, and many other fellow Americans miss you as well. We miss having a man in the White House who loves his country, worries about our national security, supports our men and women in uniform, and is funny and charismatic (among may other great things…)
I wish there was a way we could raise some money and have billboards from sea to shinning sea. It would drive leftists insane. Ideas on how to make this possible?
(I wrote this post feeling horrible (women issues…) so I apologize for bad writing quality)