The photo speaks for itself:
The Idaho Statesman has the details:
An electronic board on Franklin Road in Caldwell juxtaposes photos of James Holmes, accused of killing 12 in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater last week, with President Obama. About Holmes, it says: "Kills 12 in a movie theater with assault rifle, everyone freaks out." About Obama: "Kills thousands with foreign policy, wins Nobel Peace Prize."
What's the point? Obama broke his promise to bring the troops home and many young Americans have died, said Maurice Clements, who is helping keep alive the provocative libertarian tradition of the late Ralph Smeed, whose billboard (now electronic) is a Caldwell landmark. "We're all outraged over that killing in Aurora, Colo., but we're not outraged over the boys killed in Afghanistan," Clements said of public sentiment.
What connects Holmes and Obama? Clements said he's just comparing the way society reacts. "We're not saying that Obama is a lunatic," he said.
A Facebook posting about the billboard on Boise station KBOI-TV's wall led to several hundred responses, some in the typical tone of indignant offense, but also several comments that supported the observation.
Ralph Smeed, who died in 2010, was heavily involved with libertarian political activism in Idaho. He appeared in a Reason Magazine piece in 2006 by David Weigel about libertarian political efforts in Smeed's state. You can read Weigel's piece here.