The Tea Party Strikes Back!: The Sticky-Note Campaign

From the moment I saw this new campaign, I LOVED it!  It’s brilliant. . which makes me wonder why I didn’t think of it first!

     Here’s the deal:

1. Buy a couple of packs of Sticky-Notes

2. Buy a Sharpie

(carry these with you wherever you go)

3. Write a short (7 words of less) question to challenge the        reader to really think about the economic status of America– and who’s to blame for it!  Example: “How’s that “Hope & Change” Working For You?” and sign it -NOBAMA2012

4. Post it!  Post it at Gas Pumps: “Gas Prices Brought to You By Obama”- NOBAMA2012. Post it in Grocery Stores: “Who’s John Galt?– NOBAMA2012. Post it on ATMs: “Can You Spare Me Some “Change”?”–NOBAMA2012. . .you get the idea!

Simple, cheap and most importantly, effective!

In fact, I’m going to the store right now to buy a boat-load of supplies!

Here’s a video to give you some ideas (sorry about the music on this one. . .NOT my choice–feel like I need to get my techno-geek on!):

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5 Responses to “The Tea Party Strikes Back!: The Sticky-Note Campaign”


  1. 1 TheReviewer May 1, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    I will leave one of these everywhere I go.

  2. 2 mk May 2, 2011 at 1:23 am

    We need to have a place on this site where we can share our quips for the Stickies.

  3. 4 SpiritOfSarah(SOS) May 2, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    I like the idea – however, post-its are way too removable. FAR BETTER TO PRINT VERY STICKY MINI-BUMPER STICKERS… Avery I’m sure has a wonderful assortment of those pesky labels! Maybe the actual bumpersticker sheets you can buy will do (they may be too removable also).


  1. 1 Nobama ’12 Sticky Note Campaign | Radocracy Trackback on May 4, 2011 at 4:33 pm

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