Latest ‘Miss Me Yet' Billboard: Jimmy Carter
'We need a good laugh after the theft of our liberty'
By Will McCahill,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 24, 2010 9:24 PM CDT
The Carter billboard, located in Ennis, Texas.   (Criticalbias)

(Newser) – Following on the heels of the mysterious billboard with a photo of George W. Bush and the caption “Miss Me Yet?”, a blog unfriendly to President Obama’s expansive spending—and his health-reform plan, in particular—is claiming credit for a new one, this featuring Jimmy Carter. “We need a good laugh after the theft of our liberty,” an uncredited entry on CriticalBias.org reads.

An earlier post by Tim Maxwell rips into big-spending Democrats, blasting social initiatives by Franklin Roosevelt and Obama, who has “simply been FDR times two,” and now “we comparably and unseemingly long for the good ‘ol days of Jimmy Carter”—by those standards, a drop in the big-government bucket.

 

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