Spotted in Bloomington, Indiana, is this creative grafitti protesting the war. Way better than those ubiquitous "Stop Hammer Time" stickers:
The piece itself is was stenciled on the floor using a shadow cast by a light post at night, and later carefully sprayed with a ‘camouflage black’ can.
Image: counterclockwise [Flickr] - via connecting the dots
And I like Sid Morrison's cunningly sly idea of a making one say "Stop Vandalism". Ah, the irony that would be ...
So many of the people who get riled up when a municipality sets up a Nativity scene or ten commandments are nonchalant about turning a blind eye for this type of thing. Here's the solution: hands off govmn't property for all political messages - everybody.