I found this article on the Axis of Eve at :
Elizabeth is part of Axis of Eve, a fledgling group of rabble-rousing feminists and anti-war activists who have taken to flashing their undies as a form of political dissent. The Eves, as they call themselves, are on a mission to sex up protest. They take to the streets wearing “protest panties” which come emblazoned with anti-Dubya double-entendres like “Expose Bush,” “Lick Bush,” “Give Bush the Finger” and “Drill Bush Not Oil.” When the Eves flash them at rallies, the effect is somewhere between a 1970s’ love-in and George Bush’s worst, frat- addled nightmare of a panty raid gone awry.
I want to go on the record as saying that I completely and wholeheartedly endorse this movement. And not because I want to see thier panties; in all likelyhood they are all hideous and probably homosexual, and I don’t say that because I have something against dykes — I do — but because they seem to be the types who will do anything (witty, huh?) to piss off the right side of the aisle.
No, I support this because it serves a useful purpose. It marks the total moonbat loon idiots for everyone. If your idea of political discourse boils down to slightly-naughty slogans on your underwear, and this is your avenue for change in the world, please let us know. We can quietly dismiss your opinion from the start and not waste time listening to you.
The Republican National Convention — which the Eves described bitterly, and biblically, as “when the snake comes to the Garden” — will be a prime panty-flashing opportunity. The Eves are plotting a racy panty performance for Sept. 1 featuring 100 women dressed in white trench coats and their signature matching panties. “At 3 p.m.,” the Axis Web site advertises, “Eves will perform a group flashing in order to create a media spectacle and send a political postcard: We will not tolerate lies and cover-ups!”
It’s been a long time since I saw someone so repulsive that they were likely to drive people that were otherwise undecided to vote Republican. Well, someone other than Michael Moore.