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Friday, January 11, 2008

And Now a Brief Political Break

I don't do bumper stickers, but if I did, I would put this on my car. (From cafe press, of course.)

10 comments:

deb said...

that's fabulous!

Michael Moore said...

Is this a prelude to your announcing your candidacy?

foculbrown said...

I think that sums up my feeling too.

tabitharuth said...

Ooo--I want one. And a yard sign.

Anonymous said...

Should that be "whomever"?
Any English majors out there?

Wally Bock said...

I used to have one that said, "Don't vote, it will only encourage them."

William the Coroner said...

Yeah, really. I find the anti-incumbent strategy really works well.

Snarky Prof said...

Anonymous, most English instructors are willing to overlook grammatical foibles in favor of particularly witty or interesting content. I would argue that this text qualifies for just such an exception. History profs on the other hand...

Evil HR Lady said...

As long as we're talking grammar, my pet peeve is "them." Only one person can be president so it should be "whoever's running with him."

I realize that has fallen out of fashion because "him" doesn't sound very inclusive--even though the masculine used to represent both genders. So, unless Hillary would never be who you hate least, I would suggest "Whoever's running with him/her."

I may have to buy a t-shirt.

HR Wench said...

I've never voted FOR anyone...I've always voted AGAINST the candidate I hated the most. It's kind of sad.