The “Sticky Notes Campaign” has apparently made its way to Georgia grocery stores. Originally found on gas pumps, these notes detail President Obama’s policies and offer thoughtful, considered analysis of the effects of those policies on consumers.
Just kidding! They’re actually snarky comments like “How’s that hope and change working out for you?” and “Hope and change at work here. High Prices. Thanks Obama.“
As direct political action goes, it’s pretty clever, and much better than trying to organize say, a letters-to-the-editor campaign.
As the song said, if one person does it, he’s a nut; if three people do it it’s an organization and if fifty people do it it might be a movement. Several bloggers are posting pictures of their notes, the campaign has its own facebook page and anything linked by the mighty Instapundit is probably going to go viral if it hasn’t already.
Anybody seen any of these? Is it a movement, or is it just littering? Because littering could get you a ticket to the Group W bench.