Man's Disappointment in Gov't on Display
A Grand Junction Billboard Shows His View
Many voters in the United States say they've lost faith in the Obama administration, the results can be seen in a falling approval rating. But few people have spoken out about what they think of our commander-in-chief, and one Grand Junction man has had enough of that.
Now, anybody driving I-70 B to Clifton will see exactly what he thinks of our president. He's paid for a billboard right off the road.
The owner wants to remain anonymous, but the artist he hired for the project has no problem saying what the controversial picture means. And he has no problem putting his name on his work, either.
"To not put my name on it would be saying that I'm embarrassed or afraid, or ashamed of what I've done," Paul Snover said. "And, I'm not."
Snover says the picture shows what some call Mr. Obama's four faces.
He's depicted as a terrorist, a mobster, an illegal immigrant, and a gay man as he gambles with different values that America stands for.
He's shown gambling away things like the constitution, the bible, the liberty bell, and our troops' lives.
The billboard was put up Monday and will be there for at least a month.
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