I'm not sure I understand what politicians really do. Judging by the bumperstickers I have been seeing lately, politicians spend a good amount of time reading bumperstickers and base policy on what is written thereon. Otherwise, why would people be so eager to declare they participate in some activity, or truly, truly believe in some philosophy, ...and they vote.
People own horses ...and they vote, People own guns ...and they vote, people don't like big oil ...and they vote. (which in itself is an ironic thing to have on a non-electric car), people are for, or against, same sex marriages ...and they vote.
Well I vote. And I have some things to say that my duly elected officials need to know. So here are the bumperstickers I have on my car. You'd better be paying attention.
|Those damn things just think they're so frickin' cute. Well, I'll show them.|
|Where else are you going to pick your nose? In private?!|
How about we make a law where it's illegal to stare at me.
It's my constitutional right, I'm pretty sure.