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article imageGeorge W. Bush billboard anonymously erected in Minnesota

By Michael Bearak     Feb 10, 2010 in Politics
Wyoming - A "Who Done It" mystery has been brewing along I-35 to the north of Minneapolis, Minnesota. A billboard has gone up and the person responsible for it remains anonymous.
A billboard of former President George W. Bush has gone up along the I-35 in Minnesota. The billboard features Bush being quoted as saying, "Miss Me Yet?" and it has people wondering who purchased the billboard.
The advertising firm who owns the billboard, Schubert & Hoey Outdoor Advertising, said a group of small business owners renting the billboard are responsible for erected the sign. The ad firm said the renters wish to remain anonymous.
Even though the billboard has been up since December, it seems to have drawn attention more recently.
Sheldon Anderson, the mayor of Wyoming, said, "I've had people willing to make donations to keep the billboard up longer."
Apparently this is a shot at President Barack Obama.
The Minnesota Republican Party has caught wind of the billboard and a spokesman for the MRP, Mark Drake, said, "My personal feeling is it's probably anti-Obama."
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