Every time I see one I wanna pull my gun out and take a shot at it .....but obviously don't or won't.
I have an old TV in the basement I flip on with his pic for that purpose, like Elvis ;) lol
Now states are getting angry because Obama's forcing them to pay for these propaganda pieces as if there's any question who it is in Washington spending your grand children's money on crap they couldn't pass in a hundred years and will be paying for for two hundred years.
Illinois's star young conservative in DC named Aaron Schock is crawling up Obama's backside on this one and Washington Examiner examines it as others are in the back pocket we all know by now. I'm sure you've seen these (right out of the Alinsky propaganda handbook which came as a bonus with the original printing of 'Rules for Radical Jerkoffs' ;) jk
There's no better definition of government waste than the estimated $192 million President Obama is forcing cash-strapped state officials to spend on road signs touting his failed stimulus program. Even so, with a critical congressional election coming in November, Americans will see a proliferation of these politically self-serving signs in coming months as Obama tries to convince voters who think his "Recovery Summer" is just an economic Potemkin village.
Such signs would not be needed if Obama's program had succeeded.
Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., recently discovered that the Obama propaganda signs are required for all projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. That's the official name for the $857 billion economic stimulus program Obama promised would keep unemployment below 8 percent.
A White House memo Schock obtained told stimulus fund recipients they must display the newly designed ARRA logo. According to the memo, the logo is "a symbol of President Obama's commitment to the American People to invest their tax dollars wisely to put Americans back to work." Instead of "symbol," a far more appropriate word to describe this would be "propaganda."