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We stood on the street and watched cars and trucks sit.
Lots of and we noticed a funny thing no bumper stickers that's not at all.
Remember political buttons some people collect them.
They still make them but who's wearing them practically no one the world has changed and these symbols of political activity in your allegiance to candidates for many years come by.
As did the best it's not like the campaigns don't have any money they got lots of money and they spend lots of money.
But they're spending it on a lot of other things these days.
All the campaigns have FaceBook pages most of them have Twitter so there's a lot going on electronically so there really is kind of a revolutionary.
Aspect to to this campaign here in 2012 at least some people still go with the stickers.
Matt -- of Glendale bought one for Mitt Romney Republican headquarters today cost five bucks.
He knows a lot of other people don't buy it could be that people don't want to put -- a bumper sticker and a car what do you do after election -- bumper sticker off.
-- and -- Arnold I have noticed that but Matt had a solution.
Stick it on the window.
Comes off easier won't hurt the paint job.
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