debouch \dih-BOWCH; -BOOSH\, intransitive verb:"Debouch Bush" - There's another great bumper sticker idea.
1. To march out (as from a wood, defile, or other narrow or confined spot) into the open.
2. To emerge; to issue.
To cause to emerge or issue; to discharge.
When the mill hands hassled Pete at the Manchester Cafe, he took off his apron, debouched from behind the counter and beat them senseless. --Richard Rhodes, Why They Kill
Pierce also has an excellent and entirely plain-spoken endorsement of Kerry here.