Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Getting a new bumper sticker

Last week, Frank J. asked for help regarding voting for his Congressman. And that gave me the courage to ask for help. So here goes: I need a new bumper sticker.

Okay, I don't actually have a sticker on the bumper of my car. I have one on the window. And it really needs to come down.

Here's my current sticker. It's left over from the 2008 election.

Now, yes, I know, it's pretty lame to keep a bumper (or window) sticker up after the election. And I'm lame for still having it up.

But, I want to let people know this: I did not vote for Barack Obama.

Leaving the McCain sticker on was a way of saying that. But, it's still lame to have an election sticker after the election. Particularly 540 days after the election.

So, I need to change my bumper sticker. And I want something that, at a glance, can be seen to convey what I want to convey. Nothing wordy.

I thought about the Republican logo...

... but I'm not a Republican. I'm not a member of any political party. And I don't want to get any more letters or email from Michael Steele.

I don't think I want that.

So, I need some ideas.

I want to communicate the following ideas in as few words as possible:
  • No, I didn't vote for Barack Obama
  • Yes, you're an idiot if you did
Suggestions?

5 comments:

  1. I'm still partial to MORON! with barry campaign logos for the O's.

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  2. "Don't blame me, I voted for Palin"

    Would cover Biden too :-)

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  3. Heck, those are all good ideas. Thanks!

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