Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning. Some of you might have noticed the lady who administers this blog hasn’t been around for several days. Fact is, she’s taken off from her two jobs in Olathe, KS, gone on a road trip.
I asked her on the phone before she left to watch for bumper stickers during her travels. This dearth of bumper stickers in Texas during a major election year has me puzzled and I’m wondering if it’s happening everywhere.
Last I heard from her about it, she’d gone from Olathe, KS, to Tucumcari, New Mexico without seeing a single bumper sticker. Something unprecedented in my experience and observation.
Maybe people have just lost track of the abyss separating the two major parties in the US. Maybe they’ve noticed, no matter which party they vote for, it always turns out the same no matter which one’s elected.
This has to be a big blow to the bumper sticker industry, which might be the only industry left on US soil. Something needs to be done quickly to save the situation, and I’m going to do my patriotic duty to try to help.
Since there’s not a nickle’s worth of spit other than rhetoric separating the two parties, it’s time to get what difference there is out where people can see and understand it.
So here I am, doing my tiny part to help it along.