Skip to main content reports that while Karl Rove's Jaguar was parked in the White House driveway, some clever little pransters gave him a going away present.

They wrapped his car in plastic, slapped on an "I love Obama" bumperstick, strapped two stuffed eagles onto the trunk, and mounted a stuffed elephant to the hood.  The link above has a picture.

Now, I'm all for defacing Turd Blossom's car.  I just wish they let me in on the prank.

Their ideas were cute, and I particularly like the Obama touch, but these Regent University pranksters are way too nice.

Instead of an elephant, I personally would have stood on the hood and taked an enourmous shit.  Given his nickname, I think it is very appropriate.  Maybe a cute little daisy planted in it.  I would also remove the little jaguar hood ornament and wear it as a trophy for the next few months.

Then I would have taken 4,144 tennis balls, each with the name of a soldier killed in Iraq or Afghanistan and filled his car with them.  Then when he opened the door, I'd be there laughing and crying as the bastard ran around the White House grounds trying to clean up his mess.

Finally I would program his horn to play "Wake me up before you go-go" by Wham!  You can interpret that one how you like.

Now it's your turn.  What would you do to Karl Rove's car?

Originally posted to ArgusRun on Wed Aug 29, 2007 at 08:46 AM PDT.


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