Skip to comments.Ever seen this at a Bush rally? [Kerry signs left behind]
Posted on 10/21/2004 6:16:12 AM PDT by OXENinFLA
Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites), D-Mass, walk through signs which have been left behind after a rally at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
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Now that's worth a thousand words.
Those signs look good laying there on the ground. Teeehehehehehe.
I just saved that picture so I can post it on DU when Bush wins on November 2. Thanks!!
Rats are to good to clean up after theirselves. They leave that for the peons to do.
I went to that big rally outside Cincinnati a few weeks back that drew 55,000. There was not a sign to be found (I know ... I was searching!). Those things are like gold.
LOL that's because most of the people at the rallys are paid and bused in to be there, pad the crowd ya know.
Workers take down a Kerry sign after a rally for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites), D-Mass., Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
If only Bush had signed the Kyoto Treaty, this never would have happened...
And to think I still have the sign that I waved for W when he came to town in the 2000 campaign. Could it be that the sign wavers were not real supports but paid operatives?
My Lord they left a mess!
(Pro-enviro democrat bump!)
Let the servants clean it up.
Paid "supporters" aren't as neat...
I have two "W stands for Women" signs from the time we were graced with seeing Laura Bush.
I cherish them.
You sure didn't see this in CR 4ish weeks ago.
They're paid to carry the sign. The deal said nothing about cleanup.
I REALLY REALLY wish I had one of those W signs to give to my 14 yo daughter. She loves the president and all things Republican !
I often think the same thing when I see people who look (yes, I'm stereotyping) like the sort that would cuss you out if you said anything pro-Bush or anti-baby killing nonchalantly throwing trash out their car window.
I was also looking for more signs after the Bush rally here last week , none to be found. Others were looking also. 12,000 people and no one left signs.
I love my W is for women sign.
Kerry supporters are paid pigs.
Actually, I was just at a Bush rally and as the mob was exiting the stadium, they were swarming over the boxes of posters to TAKE extras with them.
Wow! I love my Bush-Cheney signs and I would never leave them behind after a rally. Then again, I am a packrat.
Pretty prophetic of how his followers will treat him Nov 3rd.
I thought the left were the ones concerned about the environment? Regardless I think this demonstrates that the Rats hate Bush more than they like Kerry.
My grandmother was a delegate to the 76 GOP convention, and took my mom along with her to Kansas City. Mom came back with a Ford/Dole sign that I had for years afterwards (until I grew older and realized how big a dolt Ford had become). But if I went to a Bush rally and got a sign, I'd take it home with me.
Exactly. My friend saw the president in Wausau a couple weeks ago and she was disappointed that they were all out of green W's when she arrived, but she did get a highly coveted Bush-Cheney Farm Team sign.
Bused in, paid off
Someone who called Hannity's radio show from Phoenix said she'd talked to people who were paid by the sKerry campaign to be bussed from PA to Phoenix for the debate there.
Is that the cover of the new "Dawn of the Dead" Special Edition?
They can hire school teachers to clean up for them.
They'll blame it on Republicans that were at the rally spying, because DUmmycrats would NEVER do that!
How many of the Kerry people are greenies, holding signs made from trees?
Nope, there are trash cans for that purpose!
Yeah! cause they sure as heck are not teaching anything important.
HAHAHAHA! It would make a PERFECT cover!
I attended the Bush rally in New Port Richey on Tuesday, and I happily took my sign with me.
Everyone else I noticed, took theirs also, as far as I know, nobody left theirs behind.
BTW - the rally was awesome, and have never used that word.
Bush will be in JAX on Sat., I'll be seeing him there.
We got 75,000 seats to fill......
I went to a Bush rally and they handed out all kinds of signs. I got mine, 2 for each of us, but a college kid came looking for signs for he and his friends right before Bush was supposed to walk in. I gave them my signs thinking I'd just pick up discarded ones when I left. No-one left their signs and I was disappointed.
Typical - they're for "the environment", when that amounts to being able to blame the problem on someone else. But they don't use the slightest degree of self discipline to keep their own corner of it clean. It's no wonder these pigs need big government - they haven't even begun to contemplate self-government.
I still have all my signs, pom-poms, stickers, buttons etc from W's 2000 visit to Huntington and from his visit to Charleston in 02. They are packed lovingly away in a fine trunk. Wouldn't have dreamed of giving them up. I hadn't thought about it before, but Riverfront Park was clean as a whistle after his visit.
That would require being responsible for ones actions.
Also shows their general lack of enthusiasm for their candidate - don't even want a souvenir.
The reason why liberals don't clean up after themselves is that they are so used to having the government (taxpayers) help them out that they just naturally expect someone else (taxpayers) to take care of them.
Definitely agree with you - it makes me sick to see the way a lot of the democrats rally's leave trash behind. Here in AZ, there was a rally after the final debate, and the cleaning crews cleaned up all night and all the next day.
I am sending both pictures now and asking Dems if they think these people are paid to go? Will tell them at Bush rally not one sign was left behind.
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