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A New President in 2008

We at Irregular Times are ardent admirers of the burgeoning new online culture. But it's important to remember that we live in a real flesh-and-blood world as well. In that world, what we see strongly influences the way we think and feel about issues of the day. If you want to get the word out about a message or a person, you've got to give that word physical, not just virtual, reality.

In the wake of the 2006 elections, candidates and their posses are already summoning strength in preparation for the 2008 elections. As John Kerry recedes into the political shadows, the bureaucrats in the Democratic Party are jockeying with each other to make room for their favored candidates on the next presidential ticket.

As citizens, we can either wait for the Democratic party apparatus to figure out who should run for president, or we can take some responsibility for that process ourselves. If there's a political figure you strongly admire who has what it takes to be in the White House, now is the perfect time to get the word out. Putting a bumper sticker on your car will help spread the word and get people talking. If you don't drive a car, put a button on your lapel to let everyone on the street know where you stand. Wear a campaign shirt to the park. Stick a poster up on your wall for a message of greater permanence. Mail postcards of endorsement to your friends and family.

We offer these campaign buttons, bumper stickers, shirts and more through our online shop of generally progressive paraphernalia, our shop devoted specifically to the 2008 elections, and our shop featuring combinations of candidates to form dream tickets of president and vice president. We hope that you'll go and grab a couple, and incite a little subversion amongst your friends and family. Keep in mind that because of our dedication to progressive political causes, we spend 20 percent of our profits on furthering progressive political causes. This helps you send a message in two ways at once: Through the mail and with your wallet.

Presidential Candidates for 2008:

Wesley Clark for PResident in 2008

Wesley Clark for President in 2008

Al Gore for President in 2008

Al Gore for President in 2008

Barack Obama for President in 2008

Barack Obama for President in 2008

Hillary Clinton for President in 2008

Hillary Clinton for President in 2008

John  Edwards for President in 2008

John Edwards for President in 2008

Mike Gravel for President in 2008

Mike Gravel for President in 2008

Bill Richardson for President in 2008

Bill Richardson for President in 2008

Bill Moyers for President in 2008

Bill Moyers for President in 2008

Dennis Kucinich for President in 2008

Dennis Kucinich for President in 2008

» Joseph Biden
» Barbara Boxer
» Wesley Clark
» Hillary Clinton
» Chris Dodd
» John Edwards
» Al Gore
» Mike Gravel
» Dennis Kucinich
» Bill Moyers
» Barack Obama
» Bill Richardson
 

For more progressive, liberal and Democratic Party resources, visit the links below:

Commentary at Irregular Times

Timely information at Irregular News

Local Resources at Irregular States

Congressional Cosponsorship Scores in the Irregular Bin

Ongoing discussion with alternative voices in the Irregular Times Diaries

We also offer a variety of progressive messages for you to display:

Anti-Bush bumper stickers

Anti-War bumper stickers

President 2008 bumper stickers

Progressive Buttons

Liberal Magnets

Organic No-Sweat Shirts

Political Posters

Activist Postcards

Greeting Cards

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