No, it's a waste of time. McCain's been reduced to robocalling his home state!
Dingbat. Isn't that what Archie used to call Edith? I guess there are Bunkers living in and around Seattle who wouldn't have the fairness to vote McCain.
That's ok, I'll be getting all the Fed revenue to myself...
I like the Norwegian flag underneath!
I like the bumpersticker seen recently in LA of the same format that read "Unstable * Unable"
@3, the flag is just a facade, this shop is New Ballard to the core.
I have a pin from my husband's union:
"UFCW for OBAMA & GREGOIRE"
Individuals promoting any political veiw doesn't makes a bit of difference, but being a visible supporter is always a good thing.
I like the Geezer/Dingbat sign. It counter-balances the "SOCIALISM" with the Obama "O" stickers I've seen pasted around downtown.
For the five letter password: cinco
If they were going to use Barak it might as well be karaB
You have to admit though that Palin would not be anyone's first guess for a password in this town.
Dan, what the hell is up with you talking all this "Obama's got Washington state locked up" nonsense?
Dude. Nothing is a done deal until it's a done deal. Are you just being sarcastic? Are you using some sort of Savage reverse psychology? If so, I must have missed that email.
Yeah, Obama is looking real strong here in the Evergreen State. So, what, everyone just stops now? No need to bother voting, Obama's got this shit on lock!
Dems in our state need every fucking vote they can get. Especially Gregoire.
You've been hitting on something that irks me a bit about the self congratulatory nature of living in politically homogeneous places.
For the most part, while living in America, I've lived in places where I didn't agree politically with the majority - San Antonio, Texas and Douglas County (Tom Tancredo's district), Colorado. As a matter of survival, I've had to develop strong arguments and cause a bit of trouble. I feel I'm a stronger liberal, feminist, gay rights supporter for my time living in the red.
Now, I'm not telling everyone here they should go move to Texas. Hell, I moved here didn't I? Be happy that you are living in a progressive area, and put your liberal passion to good use! Volunteer for another cause; call your friends and family living in swing states and tell them why everyone here is voting for Obama; write to those you know in California to vote against Prop 8.
Oh, and dude waving a GOP flag downtown? That takes guts, but it is a waste of time. If you and downtown Obama flag girl really care about politics, spend your time more constructively.
Don't worry, I hung onto my CO residency to help my former state go blue.
I saw a McCain/Palin button in Hillside Quickie Cafe yesterday, but I think it was a joke.
@9: carpetbagging bitch.
elephant's gerald has been there at the very least four years (as long as I've worked across the street)and isn't what i'd call new ballard considering that king's, the loft, ballard landmark, and about 16 boutiques are younger than it. i'm sure the sign is a joke. miro's new but pretty innocuous and certainly not a righty-meeting place or anything. you're just being silly, right?
I LOVE that- where do I get me one of those???? It pretty much sums it up, imo.
Wow, four years. It's practically an institution.
You can buy those signs at Cafepress: www.cafepress.com/jademade but you'll have to pay more to ship them for election day.
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