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  • Campaign '08 - The Bumper Stickers

       January 21, 2008

    With the end of football season (sob), now we can focus on that other important season. No, I'm not talking about primary season. I'm talkin' bumper sticker season! With the Presidential campaign in full swing, the streets of America will soon be full of cars with a viewpoint. W00t!

    Although, when you think about it, bumper stickers are an incredibly passive aggressive way to share an opinion. No one can challenge you, they can only silently stew in traffic behind you. Or possibly flip you off. I guess they could rear end you, but I wouldn't qualify that as a "political discussion", although maybe some crazy Madison liberals or Ron Paul fans would.

    So anyway - here's the first great bumper sticker of the 2008 Presidential Campaign:

    I'd like to establish the definitive repository of campaign '08 bumper stickers. So, to that end, keep your eyes peeled for any outstanding bumper stickers and when you see them, send 'em my way.

    Posted by at January 21, 2008 11:56 AM

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    #  January 21st, 2008 6:55 PM      kris
    So yeah, the Ron Paul people are exactly like the crazy leftists. Here in Madison there are generally two types of people who stand around intersections holding up signs - crazy liberals and creepy pro-lifers (creepy because they're holding up disgustingly graphic signs). As of tonight - Ron Paul supporters have officially joined their ranks as the third group of sign-waving crazies. It's just what we needed! Another loud group with an opinion. Oh goody!  
    #  January 22nd, 2008 6:59 PM      themandownthehall
    Oh, come on Kris, you can never have enough crazies holding signs and chanting. Don't look at it as a problem, but an oppurtunity for fun. Get a paintball gun and see how high a score you and your friends can go. Try to infiltrate them with your own signs like "I'm just here for the drugs". Thing like that. :)  



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