Presented without comment, some of the slogans seen on signs at the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" on the Mall in Washington today:
"Keep Big Government Out of my Cauldron." (showing Christine O'Donnell as a witch.)
"If you want to be me, be me. And if you want to be you, be you. Or, if you want to be a witch, that's OK, too!"
"I doubt this sign will change your opinion."
"I won't tread on you if you don't stomp on me."
"The status quo sucks."
"Restore Sanity. Fight Fox."
"drink tea, don't think tea."
"tea parties are for little girls."
"I support reasonable conclusions based on supported facts."
"civil is sexy."
"I'm for the separation of church and hate."
"Guacamole" (followed by a recipe for guacamole.)
"Teabaggers leave a bad taste in my mouth."
"This sign mocks extremists in a witty and humorous manner."
"I fought Nazis and they don't look like Obama."
"Marry me, Colbert."
"Signs are an impractical medium for civil discourse."
"Birthers for Hawaii statehood."
"Jews against frivolous Hitler comparisons."
"Somewhat irritated about extreme outrage."
"stark raving reasonable."
I need tickets."
"Big Signs are for Bullies."
Brian Montopoli is a political reporter for CBSNews.com. You can read more of his posts here. Follow Hotsheet on Facebook and Twitter.