I just traveled from New York, through Mass., NH and well into Maine on the interstate (at rush hour on I-495) and I saw very few, if any, political bumper stickers for either party. It seemed like in 2008 there were Obama bumper stickers everywhere. The highest concentration of yard signs are in the small town my camp is located in. By my count, Romney 13, Obama 1, For Sale 6 (and this is in Maine!). Is there a lack of interest in this election? Are people afraid to commit to a candidate? Are people afraid to visibly show their support for a candidate? Is it too early for signs?
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I doubt it, I've gotten at least a half dozen stickers in the mail over the past month or so...only liberal vandals preventing my putting them on the car
Did they tell you they were liberal vandals?
Why would a Republican vandalize a W sticker? Or key the truck with the sticker on it? And no, they didn't know it was mine... it was a large public lot.
It's possible they were just run of the mill vandals and not necessarily political. There are jackasses everywhere.
No, they weren't random acts of pointless vandalism. Last election it occurred across the country during the campaign, not otherwise. The demwits have a brownshirt contingent, and it was out working. It will be again this year, too.
Yep, run of the mill vandals in New Orleans wouldn't even know what a W sticker was; they were definitely liberals. They didn't like my anti abortion sticker much either and let me know it. Only liberals are allowed to display their opinions.