A few months ago, I printed a bumper sticker with the words Impeach the Lying Weasel and put it on my car. You can see the HTML version of it above.
I suppose I should call it a rear-window sticker, because that's where I taped it. I didn't want to tape it to my bumper because it's paper and would soon be ruined by the weather and because some twerp who thinks he's a patriot and doesn't realize that he's actually a traitor would probably tear it off.
During the morning and evening commute, most other drivers are coasting along on automatic brain, with their eyes half closed, and not reading signs or bumper stickers. Nonetheless, when people do notice the sign, which mostly happens in parking lots, they express approval and enthusiasm. One neighbor asked for multiple copies to hand out to her Bush-hating relatives. (All true Americans hate Bush. Those who don't are obviously not true Americans.)
The only neighbor who has reacted unhappily is the retired Marine a couple of houses down. You can tell he's a retired Marine by the stickers he has all over his truck. He's been glaring at me ever since I put the sign in my rear window. But that's okay. I'm sure we have little in common, anyway. After all, I'm a true American. (See previous parenthetical remark.)
I decided I ought to share this fine sentiment and bumper (or rear-window) sticker with the world. You can buy a standard bumper-sticker version of it at our (new! glossy!) online store. or you can get it for free, right here. Print this page, cut out the sign, using the lines as a guide, and put the sign on your car. Then you, too, can bask in the glares of non-true Americans. It would probably be best if you taped it on the inside of one of your car's windows rather than sticking it to your bumper because - assuming you'll be printing this on ordinary paper - the weather would ruin it and also because some pile of manure who thinks he's a patriot but who is in fact a traitor might tear it off.