Image 01 Image 03

Sticky situation: “Monica Lewinsky’s X-Boyfriend’s Wife for President”

Sticky situation: “Monica Lewinsky’s X-Boyfriend’s Wife for President”

Who are they talking about? Oh, yeah, now I get it.

TPM reports:

A Virginia woman told TPM on Friday that she recently discovered a stack of anti-Hillary Clinton bumper stickers at a local GOP office, despite denials from the state party that it had anything to do with the stickers.

Carole Donoghue, a retired journalist, said she found the bumper stickers at Fairfax County Republican Committee headquarters in Fairfax, Va. The bumper stickers read “Monica Lewinsky’s X-Boyfriend’s Wife for President.” In small print, they included the words “Authorized By Republican Party Of Virginia.”

Donoghue talked to TPM hours after a spokesperson for Republican Party of Virginia denied the state party had anything to do with the anti-Hillary bumper stickers. The spokesperson told the Washington Post that the stickers were “an amateur effort” and the state party’s strategy “does not involve that.”

[Featured Image: @gdebenedetti)


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.


What are they so afraid of?

There is no way any liberal would think of voting for a Republican (unless it would cause some mischief. as in the Cochran primary) so why is the GOP so worried about appearing fair and balanced to liberals?

And is anything said on that sticker untrue?


I may not vote this year and the reason isn’t so much because of ideological “flexibility” as is the outright fecklessness and cowardice shown by the GOP for fear that some liberal might be offended.

I certainly WANT liberals offended by what the GOP wants to do. I want them to foam at the mouth and quake in fear because if they’re not afraid of what the GOP is then maybe perhaps the GOP is doing what they want.

I won’t vote for a party that’s not going to represent me.

What would be the point?

    snopercod in reply to jakee308. | July 13, 2014 at 8:17 am

    I understand your reasons for not voting in the presidential election, but you really should vote in your state and local elections; Your vote can actually make a difference there. Here in NC for example, we elected a Republican legislature and a Republican governor. In one short year they’ve cut taxes, balanced the budget, passed voter ID, gotten rid of restrictive gun laws, and a whole list of other conservative issues.

    moonstone716 in reply to jakee308. | July 13, 2014 at 8:17 am

    They’re freaking cowards. They’re afraid the media will be all over them, asking HOW DARE YOU!

    But it’s typical of the losers who staff these kinds of places. All of the capable republicans have real jobs.

    C. Lashown in reply to jakee308. | July 13, 2014 at 9:54 am

    IT SEEMS TO ME that the only thing the Republican Party leadership can become enthused about is maligning the Tea Party, Conservatives and Christians. Everything else they just fold their hands, saying; “Oh, that sounds nice.”

    Honestly, I can’t see much difference between the Republicans and Democrats, other than the intensity of their betrayal of the constitution and the principles of American freedom. They both seem to want to be the Master at a plantation called the USA.

Those could easily be left from 2008.

Still dead-on. Some true things just never get old…

I like…

Queen Hill-larry in 2016…

for the little people

Freddie Sykes | July 13, 2014 at 8:16 am

Correct response: “That’s pretty funny. I wished we had thought of that.”

Love the title of this post! Thanks, Professor!

and whats the problem? they not allowed to have bumper stickers?

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | July 13, 2014 at 9:45 am

The Democrat’s phony outrage is amusing. Kos called the sticker “offensive”. Addictinginfo called it “disgusting”.

The sticker reminds people that Hillary exercised poor judgment for marrying and remaining married to a man who was accused by two women of raping them; who sodomized Lewinsky with a cigar in the Oval Office; who perjured himself; who was impeached; and who was disbarred and unable to practice law.

But a bumper sticker that reminds people of Hillary’s poor judgment is offensive and disgusting.

Wonder what they think is untrue about that?

TrooperJohnSmith | July 13, 2014 at 12:25 pm

Saul Alinsky points out that ridicule is a potent weapon. However, the GOP has a way of turning ridicule of the other side around on itself. No balls. Not enough guts to string a cheap tennis racket.

This bumper sticker is damn funny, and I plan to have some printed. If anyone complains, I’ll just point out the six-billion or so bumper stickers in the same vein about Old Dubya and remind them it’s their turn to lighten the fu*k up!

Doug Wright Old Grouchy | July 13, 2014 at 1:14 pm

To be a truly sticky situation, shouldn’t that B.S. have images of a slightly soiled blue dress?

Ps: B.S. stands for bumper-sticker.

Pss: What’s the equivalent B.S. for Senator L. Warren,D-MA?

If Hillary is elected president, will she allow a Sexual Predator into the White House? If so, she would make OUR White House a joke.