Great idea from Texas Freeway Bloggers

Submitted by PAAMember on January 7, 2006 - 2:00am. ::





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The Texas Freeway Bloggers hang IMPEACH signs on freeway
overpasses and post them alongside the road - a great clandestine
operation that literally gets the "i" word out before the public.

 

But I just read one of their posts suggesting that another less
spectacular but equally effective way to get the word out is to
post label-sized IMPEACH stickers on newspaper dispensers, in
restrooms, on gas pumps, wherever - a couple dozen folks working on
this could blanket the town with that little "i" word.

 

We could print up rolls of them and let anyone willing to do it help spread
them around. I think it's a great idea - maybe better than bumper stickers. Any
comments?

 

Charlie M


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Submitted by PAAMember on January 15, 2006 - 2:02am.

Little "Impeach" stickers about twice as big as a postage stamp, on a roll of a hundred - bright
fluorescent orange with black lettering. Stick 'em about eye-level on supermarket doors, on the
elevator button-panel, the ATM and anywhere you go.

Randy


Submitted by PAAMember on January 15, 2006 - 2:02am.

They need to be cheap enough because others will remove them.

On 1/8/06, Randy Scott <escramble('rscott77070','yahoo.com');">
> wrote:

Little "Impeach" stickers about twice as big as a postage stamp, on a roll of a hundred - bright

fluorescent orange with black lettering. Stick 'em about eye-level on supermarket doors, on the
elevator button-panel, the ATM and anywhere you go.

Randy


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wrote:

>
> The Texas Freeway Bloggers hang IMPEACH signs on freeway  overpasses and post
> them alongside the road - a great clandestine  operation that literally gets
> the "i" word out before the public.

>
> But I just read one of their posts suggesting that another less  spectacular
> but equally effective way to get the word out is to  post label-sized IMPEACH
> stickers on newspaper dispensers, in  restrooms, on gas pumps, wherever - a

> couple dozen folks working on  this could blanket the town with that little "i"
> word.
>
> We could print up rolls of them and let anyone willing to do it help spread
> them around. I think it's a great idea - maybe better than bumper stickers.

> Any  comments?
>
> Charlie M
>
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