The first one that bothered me I saw in two forms within the same week. One was an old peeling "IMPEACH BUSH" sticker, and the other was a new "IMPEACH OBAMA" sticker. I realize a bumper sticker lacks room for detail, but could there be room at least for a "for" and a verb? Does everyone realize we don't get to impeach a president for "not being what we wanted"? There needs to be an actual, legitimate, legally-justified REASON.
The second one I saw in just one format, but both formats (and I'm sure both formats exist) bug me:
It would be just as piss-me-offy if it were "THINKING WOMEN VOTE DEMOCRAT". I don't think I would qualify any woman as a "thinker" if she thought all women should vote unthinkingly exclusively for one party, nor if she thought women should feel pressured by a bumper sticker.
The third one was not actually a bumper sticker but to me goes into a similar category. There were a bunch of political signs up along the side of the road, and one entire batch of signs just said "NOT!" with an arrow, each one put up to point to one particular candidate's signs. That seems really icky. It still seemed icky after I looked up the candidate and realized I would vote against her myself: it isn't about feelings toward a candidate, it's about poor sportsmanship and mudslinging and spending a lot of time and effort to be jerks.
I'll end, though, with a bumper sticker I saw today that put me in a better mood:
GOD BLESS EVERYONE
Or there's mine:
(Screen shot from Zazzle.com.)