Bob Collins of Minnesota Public Radio. However, at this time it is unknown who the responsible party is and who paid to have it put up.
The search is on of course, and perhaps one day the answer to this question may be known. As if it is an issue warranting serious effort or concern.
Of course it is possible that whoever erected the billboard did so for one of two reasons. One, to remind everyone of the Bush legacy of growing our government larger and plunging us forward down the road of increasing statism and increased intervention into foreign affairs where we really don't belong. Or two, as a statement to those who voted for Obama that he is continuing down that same road, however at an accelerated pace. At least with respect to profligate spending.
When it comes to a comparison of a lesser of two evils I would say the comparison, or perhaps better stated the distinction between Bush and Obama is a good example. The distinction between the two is becoming more blurred with each passing month.
The answer to, "Miss Me Yet?", at least from this corner is no. The more complete answer is no, and looking forward to 2010 and 2012 when hopefully real change of a true conservative nature will happen. Maybe if it does this country can start acting with real responsibility with respect to fiscal and foreign policy issues.
I do thank Mr. Bush for one thing however. For keeping the country safe for over seven years. I hope Mr.Obama will do the same, or the next three.