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How Many Kerry/Anti-Bush Bumper Stickers Have You Seen?

I haven't seen any Kerry stickers yet, other than my own. I've seen a "Take Our Country Back" one and a "Folks, Ohio can't take four more years of Bush."
I've seen quite a few. Mostly anti-bush. Some of the ones I've seen are

Some where in Texas... a village is missing it's idiot.

Not rich enough for a tax break. This one was funny because it was on the bumper of a Lexus SUV.

No more Bu****.

Any man who can render himself unconscious with a prtezel, isn't smart enough to run the Free World..

I'm going to look online to see where I could find some for my self.
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It wasn't really a sticker per se, but I saw one while I was waiting to cross the street today. It was one of those things people have on the back window of their vehicles that have a boy that looks like Calvin (of Calvin & Hobbes) peeing on the word Bush.
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"Folks, Ohio can't take four more years of Bush."
Originally Posted by Rebecca.
Yeah, the state was in fine shape prior to GWB.
"Folks, Ohio can't take four more years of Bush."
Originally Posted by Rebecca.
Yeah, the state was in fine shape prior to GWB.
Originally Posted by Scarlet
Hey, it's not mine, lol. I only have a Kerry one, but it did look kinda cool to see our cars side by side. The state has been in a gradual decline for some time, but Dubya (and the GOP) hasn't done anything for it - vetoing our highway funding bill twice was a nice touch. I guess he hasn't lived in civilization long enough to realize the importance of a good road system. He loses the ODOT vote.

I'm not sure if the GOP taking over Ohio when it did has anything to do with it, but this governor is said to be one of the worse we've ever had. He just does nothing - good or bad. I'm 100% sure the only reason he hasn't been recalled is because it's very difficult to recall a governor in this state - his approval rating was at 40% last time I checked. Even his own party hates him, probably because he makes the GOP look even worse.
"Folks, Ohio can't take four more years of Bush."
Originally Posted by Rebecca.
Yeah, the state was in fine shape prior to GWB.
Originally Posted by Scarlet
. The state has been in a gradual decline for some time, but Dubya (and the GOP) hasn't done anything for it - vetoing our highway funding bill twice was a nice touch. I guess he hasn't lived in civilization long enough to realize the importance of a good road system. He loses the ODOT vote.
Originally Posted by Rebecca.
You must be from the Southern part of the state?

Having been born and raised in northeast Ohio I can testify that there have been severe economic hardships starting in the 1970s, worsening in the 1980s, and staying stagnant in the 1990s.

Did you ever hear of "Black Monday"? Not the stock market Black Monday, but the black monday when the Youngstown Sheet and Tube announced it was closing. It utterly devestated the entire region.

I don't mean to seem like I'm going off on you, and I know I'm discussing ancient history. I guess it's a matter of persepctive.
I haven't seen ANY 2004 campaign stickers yet!
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this morning i saw an anti-kerry/edwards sticker next to a bush/cheney 2004 sticker. the guy was driving too fast for me to read the anti one.

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."

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I hadn't seen any where I lived (south-central Jersey). Then I went on vacation to look at colleges in D.C. and Virginia. As soon as we got into Arlington, Va. (my sister lives there, so that's where I stayed) it would have been easier for me to count the cars that didn't have pro-Kerry bumper stickers!
this morning i saw an anti-kerry/edwards sticker next to a bush/cheney 2004 sticker. the guy was driving too fast for me to read the anti one.
Originally Posted by curlyara
Figures. I see lots of Kerry stickers but this is seattle.
My favorite:
Nov 2, 2004
The End of the Error
I've seen more and more lately and I'm really quite pleasantly surprised, as I live in a pretty heavily GOP area.
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Austin is crawling with anti-bush paraphanalia. Especially in my neigborhood. In fact, a new store opened up a few blocks from my house called 2 unemployed democrats. The ONLY thing they sell is anti-bush hats/tees/lawn signs etc.
I'd love to get some anti-bush stickers/paraphanelia (spelling?)--where do you buy them?
I saw a "W: in 04" sticker this morning on my way back from the gym.

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."

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I want a shirt that says "2004 - The Year the Ass Kicks Back."

Stickers I've seen:

God Bless the Whole World - No Exceptions
Like Father, Like Son, One Term
The Only Bush I Trust Is My Own
Lick Bush, Vote Kooch in '04(somehow, Kooch got to be a nickname for Kucinich - I was there when he saw the van with this sticker on it, and he laughed and said it was "so wrong" )
Vote Democrat - The Ass You Save May Be Your Own
I like having something "down below"
Originally Posted by spring1onu
What would you call it, sci-fi guru?
Originally Posted by smurfette
don't click this. seriously.
every child left behind
Vote Democrat
is on my car

i have somewhere in texas a villiage is missing its idoit .
but i thought it was too mean and not really saying anything we did not already know
Bumper Stickers are some of the ugliest tacky eyesores on the planet. Luckily most people don't have them anymore.


I see lots of Bush '04 sorts of stickers. Some Kerry. Plenty of Anti Bush. When I am in areas with people with yards, the are lots of Bush yard signs, especially in Ohio. Although I have been in Southern Ohio. I will see what its like in Northern Ohio next week.

On weekends I wear this shirt or this one. I have a few buttons I wear this one and this one. I am getting some to support the Vets this weekend.
i have somewhere in texas a villiage is missing its idiot .

The guy who owns the business next door to our's is a Kerry fan, and his friend is a Kerry FREAK. He has a red pick-up with about ten alternating Kerry/Edwards and John Kerry stickers and a "Do something nice for the environment. Send Bush back to Texas," or something like that right in the middle.

I saw a link to one on a Young Democrats site that says "I'm Bushed... Kerry me!" Love that one! I tempted to buy one, but I really like my John Kerry one - it goes well with my car.

When I am in areas with people with yards, the are lots of Bush yard signs, especially in Ohio. Although I have been in Southern Ohio.

I grew up in Chillicothe, visit there regularly, and have not seen ONE Bush yard sign. I've seen one Kerry sign. I have seen a couple "Viva Bush" stickers, but more Kerry and anti-Bush stickers than Bush stuff, surprisingly. I'd expect it to be about equal given the split terrority. We drove to Albany (just west of Athens) for a soccer game and saw three Kerry bumper stickers and one anti-Bush sticker. I was thrilled - Albany is more conservative than Chillicothe so I was prepared for Dubya crap. None - it made my day, and the Tanks won!!! I'm surprised to see any stickers at all in southern Ohio - typically, you don't see many because people down there aren't politically active for the most part. In Portsmouth on down I'd expect some Bush stickers/signs to be out because it's full of old ladies and angry white men. I haven't travelled that far south for a couple years, though, so I don't know what's goin on with them. I don't think I want to know, lol! I had to drive there for my past job because it was part of our district - it's one of the saddest places I've seen. There is absolutely nothing down there but abandoned mills/plants. They tend to swing Republican, but I think Portsmouth does have a Democratic mayor and they're represented by Ted Strickland, a "modest liberal." They just don't have the numbers to make much of a difference either way.


I wonder if these Bush supporters know what "Viva Bush" means - is this part of the "Hispanics for Bush" selection, or what? It's just funny to see "Viva Bush" on the back of a beat up old farm truck! In Columbus, I'm just starting to notice Kerry stickers creeping up - like Chillicothe, not much Bush stuff, but I'd expect that more with Columbus leaning liberal. I saw two or three Bush yard signs close by my neighborhood, but they disappeared! PFC - if you go to Northern Ohio, be prepared for the anti-Bush attitude. Cleveland has gotten to be very liberal - it has the highest concentration of Democrats in Ohio. I'd love to move up there or somewhere around Erie county. Well, I already made it to Columbus - I'll get up there in time.

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