Whether you’re left-wing or right-wing (or think both sides are completely ludicrous), here are 13 political stickers that meet their mark with wit, wisdom, symbolism, and bumper bravery.
Let’s get political with it!
1. Passive-Aggressive Speech
Tired of outrageous government spending? So was the creator of this spending saying.
2. Irony on a Sticker
Some of the best statements ever made by politicians came ages before the day of the sound bite.
3. Free Wisconsin
There’s something about a badger blowing an opponent a raspberry that takes a stance without being too abrasive.
4. Anti-Opinion Humor
Show your anti-statement sentiment with an adhesive adage of your own, and stick it to them.
5. Stewart & Colbert for President!
Show your support for team Comedy Central via this sticker ad for the Stewart/Colbert ticket.
6. Sarcastic Meets Extreme
It takes a certain sense of humor to appreciate this sticker — let alone adhere it to an automobile.
7. Angry Bird Takeover
Whether you think the president is truly worthy of such a title, or you just love some Angry Birds, this sticker can have an appeal as addicting as the catapulting feathered warriors.
8. Obama Without the Drama
Hate the theatrics of politics and lean a bit left? Then let these theater faces in red and blue state your opinions for you.
9. In Favor for Neither Party
Show your indecisiveness by choosing this no-choice sticker.
10. Animal Puns
Maybe you don’t have political opinions, but perhaps your pets do.
11. Uncomfortable Opinions
Show your anti-socialist side with this anti-bailout bulletin.
12. Conservative to the Core
If you’ve still got more political opinions than what can be covered in these four images, you’re going to have to find more bumper space.
13. Support for All
Show your hope for cohabitation with this “all parties” welcome sticker and be a voice for peace (or at least display a sticker for one).
Left, Left….Right, Right
These political stickers offer something for a variety of political opinions, from the far left to the far right (and all those in between). When it comes to showing your political opinions, exercise your right to free sticker speech.