They need a freakin’ job. They are the 9.9% unemployed, or higher in 18 states, who aren’t getting a thrill up their leg by the current administration’s bailouts and spending, bailouts and spending, binge and purge, binge and purge approach to economic recovery.

Leg thrills apparently take money. And this group wants to earn some. But the lack of jobs seems to be getting in their way.

So they put it on a New York billboard. And they’re wearing t-shirts, too. What are they asking for? Common Sense.

“Dear Mr. President, I need a freakin job. Period. Sincerely,,” the billboard along I-190 says.

Jeff Baker leads the group, comprised of unemployed Buffalo residents, whose small business went under 15 months ago and is asking for common sense in politics.

“I need a freakin’ job. We could fancy this up, put lipstick on it, make it all pretty, but it isn’t. The concept of unemployment is isolating,” said Baker, whose small business went under 15 months ago.

He said the message targets Obama because he wants the president to take action on unemployment.

“Nothing else matters unless the American people are working,” Baker said.

According to their website, the INAFJ grassroots movement says “common sense“: has no political affiliation, would be to stop spending money you don’t have, is cool, tells you the politicians don’t think the public has common sense, says eat a live toad in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you for the rest of the day, says men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all the other alternatives, to name a few.

“INAFJ is a grassroots American movement, giving voice to the millions affected by the crazy unemployment numbers. As families suffer, our political leadership seems content with their dysfunctional posturing. Together, we can set the record straight, or at least make fun of it.”

This is the latest in a long-line of billboards popping up along American highways across the US venting frustration with the current administration, including:
– Missouri: “How do you like your change now?”
– Minnesota: “Miss Me Yet?”
– Wisconsin: “Impeach Obama”
– Texas: “Embarrassed yet?”

And others.

The “I need a freakin job” group, beside putting up the New York billboard, has a petition and is also offering t-shirts, which they call “cheap products for people that can’t afford them anyway.”