Skip to comments.The DNC is holding a contest to decide which slogan to put on a billboard near Rush Limbaugh's house
Posted on 03/06/2009 4:24:03 PM PST by Askwhy5times
I would like to submit, " We love pork" or "Good jobs for tax cheats available." What would you like to suggest? The actual contest form is located here.
No dialog on the content of Rush's comments, just another personal attack.
Free speech for me, but not for thee?
I saw a CBS shot on here the other day that showed Bushs’ face with the words ‘’sniper wanted’’ over/under it, be a good one to put up next to theirs.
See my tagline.
“Tax hikes for thee, not for me!”
They could just mail checks directly to Rush, but I’m sure he’ll appreciate the free advertising anyway.
“We’re obsessed with a radio host.”
$6.2 trillion and all you’re going to get is this stinkin’ billboard
caution - only taxpayers allowed pass this point
democrat - the new fascist
“taxes” democrat for “screw you”
a drunken blond hopped up on roofies would do a better job then 0bama.
0bama - wasting time with a billboard while the country craters
democrats - cratering the economy since al qaeda couldn’t
democrats - putting Americans wealth and well-being in harms way for political power since 1992
“It doesn’t matter because we are the Banking Queens.” (with a big picture of Barney Frank)
I’m sorry I meant:
“We Are The Banking Queens”
I ended up with
"We Control All of the Branches of Government But Can't Handle The Criticism of One Guy."
The reason they ask for a contribution is so that Conservative do not get a chance to because they know we would never donate to them.
“Are you better off than you were a month ago?”
New Tag Line.
“Being a Democrat Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry.”
Is this one of Obama’s pork projects?
Let them waste their money on this (that’s what leftists are good at); while the Republicans use most of their money to fund the Comeback!
stolen from imao but worth repeating :
in obama’s america the taxes cut you.
Creating jobs for tax cheats
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