Or, perhaps more appropriately, your chest!
It’s probably no secret that I tend wear my Democratic politics on my sleeve. But with emotions running high for both the Dems and the GOP in this year’s political campaign, it’s not difficult to find those hawking election memorabilia both for and against all the candidates.
But how to choose something that will best represent your feelings and still be relevant after the election? You know how hard it is to get those bumper stickers off the car!
One of my personal favorites is the Hillary Clinton ice scraper. While practical for those of us who don’t live in the South, whoever came up with this idea just was NOT thinking about how many zingers the GOP and the late night comedians could come up with — icy, slippery, frigid — you get my drift.
On the fence or unhappy with the choices? You haven’t been left out — a special McCain/Clinton cheek-to-cheek bumper stick is made for you, and could have political or comic life left in it after the November election.
Mitt Romney has a little something special for his women supporters, and I do mean little. Nothing says I support my candidate more than a 100% cotton thong with an image of a very happy Mitt emblazoned on it (made in the U.S.A., of course!).
And I’m sure that Barack Obama is totally behind the Dogs for Obama movement!
Trust me — I haven’t even begun to stock up on 2008 Presidential memorabilia that I’m sure will be e-Bay worthy in a few months. A Dennis Kucinich bandana or Ron Paul’s tribute to the summer of love?
Of course, there’s always the “I’ll abstain” option!
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