I agree 1000 percent. You would see 100 times more Romney bumper stickers and signs if people knew their cars wouldn’t be keyed by the kind of scum that is now a Democrat voter. They are freaken looney and plain psycho anymore. Here in Montana in 2008 we saw tons of Obama stickers and signs. I have not seen one 2012 yet. Also in 2008 many people spoke favorably of Obama. No-one has a nice thing to say anymore. No-one.
Where I live people are crazy proud to carry political bumperstickers, literally years after the race is over. Many of them are quite provocative, and no one gets keyed.
Obama has far fewer than in ‘08, and Romney has almost none. People here will vote for Romney, but no one is going to be very loud and proud about it.
Both of these vapid, egotistical and weird, alienated men are unpopular, whether it is the one who derives from the Indonesian madrasa or the one who derives from the Mexican chicken ranch.
I’ve had a Romney/Ryan sticker with a Nobama sticker right under it on my back car window since the week after the RNC convention. So far no keying. And although I live in a very liberal town in Missouri, I (also) haven’t seen any Obama stickers or yard signs as well as any Romney stickers or signs either. I’ve seen a bunch of Ron Paul yard signs though. Most of them have been up since the first of the year. Weird. Bty, I got my signs from cafepress.com since our local GOP HQ still don’t have Romney stickers or signs. Another weird thing. Guess I’m gonna have to shell out $35 to cafepress.com in order to get a Romney yard sign. I think Missouri is being boycotted as far as local GOP HQs not having them in stock. Don’t know about other towns/cities in Mo though.
Where in Montana do you live? My wife an I met in Bozeman. My great grandparents were homesteaders in Montana.
My grandfather wanted to strangle Chet Huntley for telling everyone in Hollywood to go up there. He hated him because it was Chet who began calling Montana Big Sky country.
It used to be called the Treasure State because of its status as the country’s foremost producer of metallic treasure—gold, silver, and, most importantly, copper.
The copper Kings of Butte are even involved in a landmark Supreme Court case that ruled the person who owned the land on top, owned the minerals under it, even if the minerals went diagonally into their neighbors property.
Their neighbor would still own the land on top, but the minerals under it belonged to the guy who owned the land the minerals were originally tapped at the peak from.
The ruling spelled the inevitable demise and bankruptcy of the losing copper king. Any way, great country, and the best fly fishing in the world. Especially on the Gallatin River in the canyon. My grandfathers property had the Gallatin river as his own private backyard fly fishing area.
Sop where in Montana do you live?