The greatest debate about political bumper stickers isn’t whether it reads Clinton or Trump. It’s not official versus handmade or even comical versus cruel. No, the great bumper sticker debate boils down to what do you do with your bumper sticker the day after the election? When the votes are all tallied, when the winner has been chosen, does the unofficial automobile electorate shed their votes or leave them on?
If You Are Ready For Hillary Then Share This Bumper Sticker
If You Want To Make America Great Again With Trump Share This Bumper Sticker
While the decision to either leave a sticker on your car or take it off is obviously up to the individual, some people can and do take their decision to the extremes. Case in point, you still occasionally see stickers left over from the 2004 election, and the real diehards are still tricking out their bumpers with Gore Lieberman stickers from way back in 2000. Take it or leave it, either way the political bumper sticker often says something about the driver.
6 Political Bumper Sticker Archetypes, Represented By Cute Dogs
These six archetypes are, of course, extremes. Most of America falls somewhere in the middle and we can all agree—a political bumper sticker should be treated along the same rules as disposing of Christmas trees. While the Christmas tree should be dragged to the curb by New Year’s Day, the political bumper sticker should probably be gone by the Inauguration.