So my wife took my kids to the grocery store this afternoon on the way home to grab a few things for dinner. Our car has a John Kerry for President bumper sticker on the back, like quite a few other people in town. While in the store, someone took the time to scribble on a post-it note the following message: First of all - I'm pissed off that it happened at all. I'm totally in favor of people having different opinions on how the country should be run, and totally in favor of recognized forms of political campaigning. But scaring my wife with a note on her windshield while she's shopping I think is far and away over the line. I called the number to *ahem* discuss it with the man that left the note, and he wouldn't tell me anything other than he wanted to tell my wife "the truth." So I ask you all - fair and debating members of the political forum that I pretty much never visit: Is this a fair campaign tactic in your eyes, or an act of cowardice? I have the number, and if I get enough response in that direction, I'll post it in here for you all to take a call if you'd like, along with instructions on how to disable your caller ID outgoing information. and just to be clear - I don't want someone to post random hate-filled links to either side of the political fence on this - I just want YOUR opinion.