Thursday, October 22, 2020


I'm kind of being lazy, except I'm not. 

I have been busy - not just at work or on dog outings, but searching the city, albeit passively, for political signs.  Granted, not all I found. Some came my way via friends and one or two via on-line. I'll point these out and give credit where credit is due. 

I figured I'd do a series of 2-3 of these. Not consecutively, but you know, wrap it all up before the election. 

Cleveland Hts. 

University Hts. 

Cleveland Hts. 

Shaker Hts. 

Four doors down from us. 

I thought it might be a third party candidate, but no one on the Ohio ballot as it turns out. 

I still like this sign. 
Not $25 worth. 

Cleveland Hts. Hand made. 

Cleveland Hts.  
Love this. 

Stolen from the internets. 

Sent via - ???   Wow, I'm blanking. 
I would have gotten one made, but my husband kind of put his foot down.  I respect that. 

Taken while in DC

I love dogs with real names. 
....and stolen from the internet. 

......until the next go round.................

Song by: Five Man Electrical Band


James Dwight Williamson said...

Nope is my favorite sign as well. They are all good!

Raybeard said...

I agree - 'Nope' says all that's necessary. You don't need much I.Q. to 'get' these, though for far too many that really is a big 'ask', too big.

uptonking said...

Wilson... referencing the soccer ball in that Tom Hanks film? Just a thought. Great signs and a great idea for a post. I am encouraged that there are enough signs out there that say Republican, but not stupid. We'll see. I vacillate between being euphorically hopeful and the creeping dread of disappointment. Just like everybody else, I imagine...

anne marie in philly said...

#2 and #3 are good ones. and #12; my spouse's name is todd, but he doesn't look as cute.

Bob said...

"And the lady who made Kavanaugh cry"


Ur-spo said...

none of these signs would last an hour around these parts
they are a hoot though