Signs O’ The Times

Tonight is the first presidential debate, and it promises to be possibly the single most boring thing ever televised in this nation. Meanwhile, more signs are cropping up around my ‘hood as Nov. 2 grows nearer. It’s a pretty even split so far between Bushites and Kerrians. But it’s interesting to see how obviously the signs break down into distinct demographic groups. It’s plainly visible just by looking at whose sign is in front of which house. The Bush ones especially fall into clear-cut groups.

To recognize these special interests, I’ve made up some graphics. Feel free to download and slap up on your sites!


Blind, unthinking stupidity. Having children. Conspicuous consumerism. Voting Bush. It’s a chicken-and-egg question. Which comes first? Which condition causes the other ones? We’ll never know, but you can’t argue that they aren’t all interrelated! Just come to my neighborhood. You’ll see that the more plastic kinder crap and/or strollers in the yard, the more Bush signs. Go figure!


This is self-explanatory. Some of the reeeeaaaallllllly rich assholes in my ‘hood with the huge corner lots have even bought 6 ft.wide Bush yard signs. Might as well hang up a sign that says, “Please rob me. I have tons of money, and I’m a jerkwad.”


This is just a generic catch-all that pretty much covers all the rest of the Bush voting crowd.

Of course, I just had to make a Cafe Press shop too! Click right here or type in www.cafepress.com/bushhata to buy matching goodies!

3 Responses to “Signs O’ The Times”

  1. Marci Says:

    LOVE IT!!! Hmmm…wonder if my Dad would disown me if I showed up for Sunday dinner with the “Assholes” shirt?

  2. LOUP Says:

    I think I saw the Breeders for Bush sign the other day. I tivo’d the debate so I could wade through the b.s. with ease. = )

  3. whistler Says:

    What about the Complainers for Kerry. Or How about Whiners for Kerry,
    I’m leaning towards his new slogan: “Kerry: A Stonger America, or until a better idea comes along”.
    There was a back-up slogan. “Kerry: I don’t need the tax cut, I have a rich wife”

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