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Journalist Rose Aguilar is traveling the country, trying to understand the people who voted for Bush. In the process she's compiling their personal stories, some of which we're publishing on AlterNet.

From her most recent foray into Texas, Oklahoma and Mississippi, she's photographed the political bumper stickers she's come across. Here, for your enjoyment, is a sampling (the rest are here):

I guess veto power isn't enough for this America lover who loves him some Nissan truck.

Here's one Marine who's not so happy with his commander-in-chief.

You, sir, look like a man who understands the principles on which this nation was built.

Great. Go secede.

(Stories in America)

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