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The George W. Bush Billboard: 'Miss Me Yet?'

By February 11, 2010

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Bush 'Miss Me Yet' Billboard

This billboard featuring ex-President George W. Bush and the message "Miss Me Yet?" recently popped up along a Minnesota freeway.

The billboard was purchased by a group of small business owners from the Twin Cities area, and the photo has been making the rounds on the Internet.

There are so many possible responses to the question, but the most concise answer comes from blogger Oliver Willis.

Bush and Palin: Dumb and Dumber Photoshoppers, naturally, have come up with a series of new and improved messages for the Bush billboard, such as "Remember me? I'm the Guy That Got Us Into This Mess," and "United National International Court of Justice: Have You Seen This Man? Call 1-800-555-1212."

See more funny Bush billboard messages, and feel free to add your own to our caption challenge on Facebook.

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February 12, 2010 at 9:28 am
(1) jondoe888 says:

Put up by ‘a group of small business owners’?
More likely just put up by the sign company owner, in return for sweetheart tax breaks from the Repug lawmakers.

February 12, 2010 at 10:00 am
(2) DC Guy says:

Well, now there’s a website where people can put a caption on Sarah Palin’s hand. I’m afraid to know what will be done with that…

February 12, 2010 at 11:43 am
(3) Geezer says:

Washington, DC — The American people announced today that the office of President of the United States of America will be reassigned as of March 1, 2010. The move is being made to save the nation from eminent financial implosion. An immediate and thunderous applause was heard resounding first in the nations capital and quickly reverberating around the world.

Obama and his “crew” were twittered their orders to vacate today. Preparations for their removal have been underway for some time after concerns grew about his persistent attempts to pass unwanted legislation, an unwillingness to work with the opposition party in order to overcome the nations challenges and persistent claims that he was not a native born citizen (jus soli) of the United States.

It was first proposed that the departing Obama would receive health coverage, expenses, and salary until his final day of employment. Following a two-week waiting period, he would then be eligible for $98 a week unemployment for 26 weeks. Unfortunately he would not be eligible for Medicaid, as his unemployment benefits would have exceeded the allowed limit. But instead and because he cannot demonstrate legal citizenship a bipartisan agreement was reached that will see him deported immediately. His native born spouse and anchor babies will be allowed to stay and receive full privileges of citizenship.

As an aside and a totally out of character move, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced shortly after the above that they would rescind the Nobel Prize that Obama received and issued the following statement. “Although the Prize was initially awarded in hopes that Mr. Obama would bring the world together and accomplish great things, it is now determined that will never be the case and we demand return of all documents and monies tendered him. It is further ordered that his name and any reference to his ever having been considered for this prestigious Prize be erased for all time.

California’s Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will temporarily assume the responsibilities of the Presidency until a special election can be held to elect a replacement for Obama. Schwarzenegger will be the second seated President not born on American soil. Interim President Schwarzenegger will be sworn in on the same day Obama leaves. His selection was won by the minority party as part of a concessionary agreement to prevent public embarrassment of the Democrats who effected the cover up for the origin of birth of the ousted Obama.

Hollywood actor Martin Sheen has declared himself a candidate for the Democrats’ nomination and lists among his credentials, his having acted the part on television, his work during the last elections ‘get out the vote‘ campaign whereby he drove the bus from jail house to poll. Leadership for the party have endorsed his candidacy stating, “that exceeds the credentials of his predecessor.” The party is actively seeking any others that may have acted the part of Vice President on television or film as potential running mates.

Dennis Haysbert, Mays Gilliam and Danny Glover are also expected to announce their candidacies for the nomination, all three men are African American actors who have played the part of a President. Unfortunately, all four of these candidates were born in the United States as per their real and corroborated birth records, so its to be seen just how much support they garner among the liberal masses.

This reporter has just learned that the choice of residency Obama has made for after his expulsion will be Sudan. He advises that the mild climate, low cost of living, plus the sun and sand are the primary reasons for selecting Sudan. He has denied that the choice was made because Sudan is known to harbor Muslim terrorists. Michelle, his now estranged wife’s only comment was that she was in the process of finding another baby’s daddy. Both Michael Vick and Kobe Bryant were heard to exclaim, “I’d git wit dat.”

February 12, 2010 at 12:25 pm
(4) JB16 says:

I just love how making fun of Bubba was all hip and accepted, but God forbid you poke fun at Obama, your labeled and insensitive and completely right wing. What a double standard!!!

February 12, 2010 at 7:03 pm
(5) jva2 says:

If you are going to write about this maybe you should have some more information on why these business owners put this up. i would not call this humor but uninteligent name calling that school childern do on the playground, to someone who’s name sounds funny. PLease atleast try to be funny instead of sounding like a bully

February 12, 2010 at 10:16 pm
(6) jai says:

Hey Geezer,

Now there’s a piece of journalism I can believe in.

And pray for.

Go GEEZER!! Let’s make it SO!!

February 12, 2010 at 10:49 pm
(7) k rodriguez says:

HECK NO!!!!!!

February 13, 2010 at 1:10 pm
(8) Sylvia says:

I believe the question is, “Do I Miss You Yet”? Well, Mr. President, and I use the title loosely for you, I miss you about as much as I would miss a real bad Tooth Ache!

February 15, 2010 at 5:48 pm
(9) Enormous George says:

Bushie and Obama are just the last two of a long line of liars. They ALL promise to cut the deficit and they all lie. The saddest part is that we the people are so stupid and use TV ads to make our voting decisions that we buy the same bull again and again. Palin’s an empty suit. She makes Dan Quail look like a Rhodes Scholar and we can expect God Squads in every state from her. Obama will be gone if the GOP nominates a real leader. Otherwise the wolf-shooting, intellectually challenged Palin will bring on a Republican defeat, which they’d rightfully deserve. They’re already playing her up.
How fricking bankrupt of leadership can you get?
I’m slowly moving toward the “Dump ‘em all” side.

February 18, 2010 at 2:04 pm
(10) iftakhar jogi says:

yes the evil people miss you in hell…

February 19, 2010 at 2:59 pm
(11) Beavis says:

So sad that NObama is such a deficient and rudderless leader that we have to yearn for the good ol’ days. I think that message is WAY overdue. I found a cool mousepad with that message on it here.

Spread the word about our abysmal Teleprompter in Chief!

March 23, 2010 at 6:08 pm
(12) Mike says:

Looks like Texas now has a billboard, but with Jimmy Carter. lol!


September 8, 2010 at 11:05 pm
(13) aaron says:

Lol there is one outside my town in north texas

March 10, 2011 at 2:22 pm
(14) Sagar says:

I actually saw this billboard while driving from Dallas to Austin, TX. I think it must be near Waco on I-35. About 10 miles south of this one was a billboard of President Obama with the writing, “Socialist by conduct”. While the latter billboard is definitely derogatory, I wonder if the former one is complimenting George Bush or is it a tongue-in-cheek pun?

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