Thanks to Pam’s House Blend, I’ve been made aware of a new campaign by the “National Organization for Marriage,” an anti-equality front group combining the money of the Roman Catholic Church with the marketing machinery of Focus on the Family. The NOM is deploying its deep pockets to try and distribute two million free bumper [...]
I miss Sarah Palin already. I’ll always cherish the happy moments. The warm grins over the repeated use of the word “also” to end a sentence, the special feeling we all got from discovering another connection to witch hunters, the secret hope that Sarah Palin might donate part of her $150,000 wardrobe to a goodwill [...]
I’m hoping Barack Obama will win, but preparing this emergency McCain victory response kit just in case. [...]
For some time now we’ve been dissatisfied with the high prices and low control provided by the print-on-demand bumper sticker service CafePress. We’d much rather make and sell the bumper stickers ourselves. We do sell some stickers that we’ve had a third-party union shop make, but the upfront cost of that is relatively high. We [...]
Democrats have been gutless cowards refusing to stand against torture, but Republicans have been the cheerleaders of torture. That’s not the difference I would like to see, but it is a difference, and it’s enough of a distinction that I can’t ignore it. [...]
For the apparently considerable number of you who are upset with John McCain’s reference to Barack Obama as “That One” in last night’s debate:
Click on any image to nab one for yourself.
I have to say that personally, I don’t understand why people are seizing on John McCain referring to Barack [...]
I saw this today in a Columbus, Ohio supermarket parking lot:
You know, I was considering voting Ohio, but it just isn’t on the ballot.
You can’t really see the detail in this photo I snapped from the passenger’s side of my vehicle traveling down Interstate 71 in Ohio, so you’ll have to trust me when I tell you that on the lower left hand side, the van’s owner placed an Obama 08 bumper sticker over a Hillary Clinton 2008 [...]
What’s most salient in the liberal zeitgeist? To get an idea, take a look at these, our top five selling bumper stickers from September 1 to September 5, 2008:
#1: Librarians Against Palin bumper sticker #2: People With One House Against McCain bumper sticker #3: Republicans for Barack Obama bumper sticker #4: I Like Obama, [...]
This morning someone asked me to design a “Country First, Family Second” bumper sticker about Sarah Palin. I declined; the phrase made me queasy. Part of my queasiness was in reprinting the “Country First” slogan that Rowan notes is tied to totalitarianism. But mainly I have a problem with the premise of the sticker that [...]