Thursday, October 28, 2004

Tired Pop Culture References in Politics

The new banner (approx. 10 feet high, twenty or so across) hanging in the window of the Human Rights Campaign building in downtown Washington is lacking in inspiration. Addressed to George Bush, it says, "You're Fired." Hmmm. Also: Isn't it a little early for such triumphal fist-pumping? I wonder what the creative minds at HRC will do if Bush wins.

4 comments:

Reaganesque said...

Hi... I found your blog on Hugh Hewitt's site and decided to stop by... it's great :)

Anonymous said...

So are these people tax-exempt?

Bizarro Jack said...

I think they had that up during the "march for women's lives," also. At the time, it was obviously not an election prediction but yeah that does seem a little precocious.

Bizarro Jack said...

They had it up during the "march for women's lives," also. At that time it had a clear "[tell him] you're fired [on election day]" context, but it definitely seems premature on 2004-10-29.