Pro-poly bumper stickers!

Some time ago, in response to the popular “Marriage = (man) + (woman)” bumper stickers some right-wing conservative religious groups have been handing out, I designed a poly-friendly version of the same thing. A bunch of people have asked me when I’m going to make the bumper stickers available for real, so I’ve finally gotten off my ass and done it.

The bumper stickers are available from my small Cafe Press store. If you click on the picture below, you’ll go right to the bumper sticker itself:

(Note that the URL is not part of the actual bumper sticker design and does not appear on the bumper sticker.) There are a handful of other poly-related things on the Cafe Press store which I can’t actually screen print myself.

A quick list o’ linky-links

Both links from the same person, over on Blogspot.

First, The President and Intelligent Design:

I just have to say to my conservative friends … listen, I don’t want to hear SHIT when this comes back to bite us in the ass. When you’re watching your children rocket downward through the Brave New Working Classes from gamma through delta straight to the epsilons, not a word. When the leader of your party turns his back on science, the product of God’s 2nd greatest gift to us, reason, when he turns from the very process which brought so much progress and prosperity to this land and encourages those would so eagerly toss aside rational thought itself … gah, never mind voting Democrat: if my choice were between these cowards who would turn back the Enlightenment and anal-probing yet intellectually honest Martians, I would grit my teeth, vote for the Martians and learn to visualize my Happy Place during my Probe-Center appointments.

And secondly, I Miss Republicans.

Remember Republicans? Sober men in suits, pipes, who’d nod thoughtfully over their latest tract on market-driven fiscal conservatism while grinding out the numbers on rocket science. Remember those serious-looking 1950’s-1960’s science guys in the movies — Republican to a one.

They were the grown-ups. They were the realists. Sure they were a bummer, maaaaan, but on the way to La Revolution you need somebody to remember where you parked the car. I was never one (nor a Democrat, really, more an agnostic libertarian big on the social contract, but we don’t have a party …), but I genuinely liked them.

How did they become the party of fairy dust and make believe? How did they become the anti-science guys? The anti-fact guys? The anti-logic guys?

Good stuff, all of it.