I received this e-mail today and thought I’d pass it along for any other Obama supporters who want to own a bit of history
Want a free Obama sticker to celebrate our victory? It’s designed by Shepard Fairey, the artist who created the iconic HOPE poster. And MoveOn’s giving them away totally free–even the shipping’s free.
I just got mine. Click this link to get your free Obama sticker.
I agree as well. I didn’t vote for either of the major party candidates either, but I respect the presidency and want the best for our country. I wish President elect Obama and his family well. He has a hard road ahead with even more than usual on the presidential plate. He won’t have time to settle in. He’ll have to hit the ground running on January 21st. I heard someone say (before the election of course) this might be the first election where the winner demands a recount :roflhard:
I just had a quick visit to your blog, and read about sweaty hands. I get that year round when not knitting with wool. I use a small shaker of goldbond, but I am sure you could use any powder.
Thank you for the advice, however, it’s so severe with me, nothing helps. I’ve tried OTC antiperspirants, prescription antiperspirants, powders, etc. but nothing helps
Also, just want to add to my above post, I DID NOT post this to start another debate thread…I know it hasn’t gone that route, but it could, and I just want to point out that it is NOT my intent nor my wish to have another debate about politics. I just wanted to let anyone who did vote for Obama know they can receive a free sticker by following the link because this is history whether you supported Obama or not, and, I thought those who did vote for Obama may like to have this.
I’m putting together a keepsake box, for my kids, that has my Obama buttons, my “I Voted” sticker, the newspaper from the day after the election, and will have this sticker. I just think it’s awesome that we are a part of such a huge chapter in history and I want my kids to have mementos from it.
A long time ago, a friend sent me an email with a bunch of bumper stickers on it. I can’t remember them all, but there were some really funny ones…one was “Your kid may be an honor student, but you’re still an idiot”, and another one I remember is “We have enough youth, how about a fountain of smart?”
Those things have got to be around the 'net somewhere…:teehee:
:roflhard: :roflhard: :roflhard: I’m sure there must be some website that documents funny bumper stickers people have seen.
This isn’t a bumper sticker, but on a road trip my BF and I took once we saw the following sign in front of a church: “Love your neighbors, etc” We just had to take a picture of that flippant approach to teaching the word of God - Be good and all that stuff!!!
One really funny bumper sticker is “Silence is Golden, Duct Tape is Silver.” Hahaha
As for the original post, I have a sticker that I have had on my binder for a few weeks that I prominently displayed for all my classmates to see. It said “JESUS FOR PRESIDENT” Too bad he didn’t win the election though…
I hope Obama can do a good job in office. I am only 15 so I can’t vote, but I personally supported McCain, which kind of gave me a bad name in 1st period. I live in California, so most people have liberal views. My history teacher asked us who supported McCain and I was 1 of the only 2 who raised my hand! And my new nickname is “Little Miss Republican.” Hehehe
Any ways, I congratulate Obama for winning and hope he does good.
Don’t feel bad. When I was 16 and taking US History, my teacher called me a communist. We were discussing the issue of “eminent domain”, and I said it wasn’t fair. Of course, a debate ensued, with me taking the position that it wasn’t fair for the government to displace people who had worked so hard to make something out of a land that was prairie when they arrived there (we were talking about people who’d moved west, started farming, and then the railroad wanted their land). They’d broken their backs to make a “wild” situation liveable, and then the government could just come and throw them out. Anyway, since he was the teacher and I was the student, I was just wrong. LOL!!! And, it gave me the nickname of “communist” from him.
He’d probably be shocked to know I voted for McCain, too…about as far from communist as you can get.:teehee: