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Joanne Bamberger is an author, strategist and attorney who is the author of Mothers of Intention: How Women and Social Media are Revolutionizing Politics in America. She writes the popular blog PunditMom, and contributes political commentary at Huffington Post, POLITICO Arena, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News and more. She is the founder and publisher of the site, The Broad Side, a magazine of women's opinion commentary.

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Moms Drive the Economy: It’s Political Bumper Sticker Time

By Joanne Bamberger |

 

I know it’s only April, but I’m starting to see more political bumper stickers on the road. I’m not usually a person who puts those permanent decorations on her car, though I will happily drive around with a magnet touting my sixth-grader’s fabulous soccer team (GO FIREBOLTS!).

OK, I did make an exception for this one when George W. Bush ran for re-election, but that’s where I had to draw the line.

But as the general election is heating up, you know there are going to a whole new crop of them to choose from. What kind of message would you be willing to drive around with until the next time your trade-in your van or SUV?

Here are some to consider for moms of all political persuasions, both new and vintage!

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Moms Drive the Economy: It's Political Bumper Sticker Time

Moms Drive the Economy

This is THE bumper sticker of the 2012 campaign season. Well, so far, anyway. The Mitt Romney campaign produced this one faster than you can say "soccer moms" after a Democratic strategist dared to suggest that Mitt's wife, Ann, a stay-at-home mom, had never worked a day in her life. Those are fightin' words that produced this bumper sticker - one that the Romney folks hope will help him with his poor polling with women voters. Image via mittromney.com

Which one would you choose for your family ride?

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Joanne Bamberger is a writer, strategist and attorney who is the author of Mothers of Intention: How Women and Social Media are Revolutionizing Politics in America. She writes the popular blog PunditMom, and contributes political commentary at Huffington Post, POLITICO Arena, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News and more.

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4 thoughts on “Moms Drive the Economy: It’s Political Bumper Sticker Time

  1. Daisy says:

    My favorite, seen on a classic VW beetle, is this: “Republicans for Voldemort”.

  2. Joanne Bamberger says:

    I did laugh out loud at that one!

  3. real retro jordans for sale says:

    Good point Patrick!I

  4. SnexWk Very informative article. Much obliged.

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