This is making the rounds. Originally people thought it was a photoshop image, then people started claiming to see it, but no one seems to know who bought the space and slapped it up.
These should be put up all across the country.
[Update] Mystery solved.
Asylum spoke to Mary Teske from Schubert & Hoey Outdoor Advertising, the agency behind the billboard, and they told us that the sign was rented by a group of small businessmen from the twin cities area, who pooled their money to make the political statement.
Why? The businessmen say they invested in the billboard because they "thought Washington was against them." The billboard has been up for a month and drivers can look forward to enjoying the billboard for at least another month that is already paid up.