They later re-designed it:
Love this quote:
But then after it hit the Intertubes, the right, led by State Representative Robin Vos (R-Crybaby) started whining that it was violent somehow. I suppose, if you have a propensity towards violence, anything appears violent.
Yeah. Sure. A train running into a guy's brain and what appears to be a blood spatter (although you might argue it's symbolic for train noise).... No one would think that was violent. /s
As for the previous thing about "Walker said he would 'fight back.' Violence!!!" oh, please. Lefties brought up a completely unrelated incident. "Barrett was once beaten up..." And that's relevant to the very commom rhetoric of "fight back" how, exactly?
Anyway. Whatever. I'm not shocked and outraged, I just can't believe they thought that first bumper sticker was anywhere near a good idea.
Scott Walker was sworn in yesterday. We'll see how he does.