Saturday, May 24, 2008

By The Time Bush Gets To Phoenix

By the time Bush gets to Phoenix for fundraising,
He'll find the notes that we left hangin' on the roads...


These signs were made by one guy in Phoenix using cardboard, paint, and an overhead projector. I can't emphasize this enough: combined with cardboard and paint, an overhead projector is like having a printing press for billboards, and so long as it's done safely, on public property, and your message is purely political, the first amendment is your license to put them up.


Anonymous said...

If Clinton had gone into Iraq to get Saddam, 9/11 would never have happened! At least Bush had the balls to do it!

Freewayblogger said...

What did Saddam have to do with 9/11?

Radiohumper said...

Hey, anonymous, thanks for reminding us of just the exact type of faceless, negative, eunuch-like dissent that passes for patriotism under the current regime.

One of the beauties of Freewayblogging, to me, is that my (usually non-partisan) message slips into the driver's lizard-brain before they have a chance to flip through a backlog of talking-point defenses.

Saves so much time moderating time-wasting and unproductive comments.

Hope you had a great Memorial Day, Scarlet! Photos coming soon, with any luck.

Eric said...

Freeway signs seem to me to be a bit beneath the sanctity of your message.

Freewayblogger said...

Here are a lot of other really great ways to get your message out:

The only reason to use freeway signs is if you want to reach a large number of people.

Anonymous said...

Say hey:

The first post is indicative of a lot that is wrong with this once-great nation. It is the "Kevin James" syndrome.

Keep on keepin on.