Wednesday, January 16, 2008

For Those Of You Despairing, A Little Hope

Here's a couple of camera phone shots of stickers on cars in Chicago that I saw in the last couple of days. Remember-- this is the midwest...





I doubt you'll be surprised to hear that the second one was on a car parked outside the library when my stepdaughter and I went there late this afternoon.

9 comments:

Erik Donald France said...

Very funny! The news pix of Ringman with the Saudis say all we really need to know . . .

Dems or bust in 008!

Andi said...

Ooh, I want one of the "worst" stickers! It's a beautiful thing.

Suze said...

They're a lot better than "Don't blame me I voted for Gore" stickers that I still see.

Elkorama said...

I saw a car parked in front of me at the local library with bumperstickers stating:
"Preserve Life - Young and Old" and "My Grandson is in the US Army".... The utmost in Hypocracy. I hocked a big loogy on her back window the conflicted bitch....

SkylersDad said...

I really like that second one, haven't seen it before!

vikkitikkitavi said...

I'm sorry, but I cringe every time I see one of those "Frodo failed" bumperstickers. They're popular in SoCal, natch.

dmarks said...

The political stickers are pretty plain around here. I still see a bunch of white circles with W's in them. Even now. There's still Kerry/Edwards stickers too.

(I think Kerry has too much sense of his importance in this election, with his endorsement of Sen. Obama and the big deal made over it. He's just a senator like any other now. That last election did not leave him with any special "Cachet" or leadership role. NONE of the Dems I knew voted for Kerry in 2004 because they liked him. They voted for him because he happened to be the guy on the party ticket opposing Bush.

GETkristiLOVE said...

It's good to have a camera on you at all times. I must start carrying mine.

Mathman6293 said...

I almost always have my camera. And have captured some intersting things, like a bobblehead michelin man.