In general, I hate sticky notes. For several years now, I’ve always seemed to have an abundance of sticky note packs in my office, in my car, in the kitchen, always in the way, taking up room, not being used. I throw them out when I find them, but somehow they seem to return. I don’t buy them, I don’t think my wife buys them, I don’t honestly know how they keep returning. Inexplicably when ever I need to jot something down really quick I’m never able to find one of the things. But now we have found the perfect use for the common sticky note. Behold, the “Stick it to Obama” campaign for 2012. It’s inspired by this note left at a gas pump in Douglasville, Georgia. It read:
Did you know that when Obama took office on January 20, 2009, the national average for a gallon of gas was $1.84? Keep that in mind when you vote in November.
Anyone but Obama 2012!
You can actually buy a 25 pack of these pre-printed sticky notes for $4.95 at Patriot Depot. Or you could buy sticky notes yourself and write your own witty campaign slap at Obama. Could you imagine how much you could annoy liberals if every time they pulled in to pump gas they had to see these little yellow post its slamming their guy?
Next pack of sticky notes I find laying around I’m going to put them to good use.