The ‘Hope and Change’ Gas Pump Sticky Note Campaign

There’s a Facebook campaign that now has several thousand pledged participants who will be placing sticky notes like this one on gas pumps whenever they’re filling up (or getting as much as they can afford to buy):


The instructions are so simple even a brainwashed Obamabot can figure it out (except maybe for the “don’t be destructive” part):

Purchase a pad of large sticky notes. Write on each one, “How’s that Hope & Change working out for you?” Every time you stop to fill your vehicle with gas, place your sticky note somewhere on the pump before you drive away. DO NOT be destructive in ANY way! Place your sticky note somewhere, so as not to impede the next customer’s ability to read the pump’s digital readout.

Other sayings you could use would be “Drill, baby drill” or perhaps “Your president’s solution to this is that you buy a $45,000 battery powered golf cart.”

Author: Doug Powers

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