Some of you may have seen this already - it's been floating around the internet via email.
I saw this billboard in Grand Junction Colorado shortly after it went up about a month ago. My husband and I were spending a few days in the area, and got quite a chuckle when we saw the billboard. What surprised me was one of the local TV station's coverage of the billboard. They interviewed various people that stated this type of billboard shouldn't be allowed (by law I'm assuming) because it is disrespectful to Obama. Some went so far as to state that anti-Obama bumper stickers shouldn't even be allowed. Then they tried to dig up the "business owner" that purchased the billboard, so he/she could be boycotted. The person(s) that purchased this billboard did it under the condition of remaining anonymous.
I've lived most of my adult life on the western slope of Colorado and always believed that we were the conservative side of the state. After what I saw on that local TV station, it made me pause and wonder what happened.