Saturday, on a billboard along U.S. 70 outside Roswell, New Mexico:
It’s not Peoria, Illinois (July 30, 2018)
…quoted in The New York Times, Aug. 3, 1969…
…[John] Ehrlichman was counsel and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs under Richard Nixon. “It’ll play in Peoria” was his explanation of a political move criticized in Washington, D.C…
On a billboard along U.S. 70 outside of Roswell, New Mexico:
It is Roswell, New Mexico.
Heh. The beauty of a billboard like this is that everyone else is reminded of the failure of their sentiment long after the election has passed. At least for as long as the billboard stays up. 0-3, baby, 0-3.
We still don’t know who paid for this.
On U.S. 50 westbound, east of Powell Gardens in west central Missouri.
And still counting…
Election 2012: Results
[Barack] Obama [D] – 62,615,406 votes – 51%
[Mitt] Romney [R] – 59,142,004 votes – 48%
U. S. Senator (3387 of 3387 Precincts Reported)
Claire McCaskill Democrat 1,484,700 54.7%
Todd Akin Republican 1,063,702 39.2%
U.S. Representative – District 5 (387 of 387 Precincts Reported)
Emanuel Cleaver II Democrat 196,467 60.2%
Jacob Turk Republican 121,437 37.2%
Previously: Uh, who’s paying for this? (August 17, 2012)
Along the westbound lane of U.S. Highway 50 in Johnson County, Missouri, east of the junction with W and Z:
They could have at least put an allied printing trades “union bug” up there. Oh, wait, that defeats their purpose, they can’t stand working people.
Apparently they’re not big fans of transparency, either.
So, who put this up?
We already know the rest of us will pay for it.