Saw this car parked at a Dunks in southern New Hampshire.
Just FYI, the NH state motto is “Live free or die.”
From frequent photographer Ulises, who highlighted the particular sticker below:
I think she’s not thinking…
what this window sticker means.
Spotted it in the parking garage at Syracuse Airport on my return yesterday from Los Angeles.
The sign on a Church door, sent to me by a reader.
Spotted in Gainesville, FL.
Reminds me of this Margaret Thatcher clip:
Taken in D.C.
On a very, very, very rare trip by me.
I had not been in D.C. since college, until recently.
This bumper sticker confirmed that my decision to stay away for over 30 years was correct.
Remember the guy in the Home Depot parking lot in Ithaca who was kind enough to Thank Obama voters?
This featured image was the other bumper sticker on the vehicle.
Gutsy guy to parade around like that inside the 10 square miles surrounded by reality.
He must be a member of the reality-based community we keep hearing about.
From Jon, uncle of one of my former students:
So far Livingston County in Michigan is still pretty conservative but I have noticed a few *ugh* “Hillary in ‘16” bumper stickers.
When I first moved here the democrat party didn’t even have a full time headquarters now they’re in the paper whining all the time.
But then again, the local paper was taken over by libs who also publish the Det. Free Press aka Liberal mouthpiece media.
NOTE: This is the 12,000th post at Legal Insurrection! Oorah!
Our first post on October 12, 2008 was: Obama is “Door No. 2″:
“Imagining hope” is the essence of Door No. 2. Whatever reality tells us, the possibility of something greater has an irresistible lure.
As in Let’s Make a Deal, choosing Door No. 2 carries great risks. So does choosing Obama.
Obama may be a post-racial healer, or he may be someone who carefully uses race and false accusations of racism to advance his political career. Obama may not have known about Jeremiah Wright’s political race-baiting, or he may have known but not cared. Obama may be someone who views this country as inherently good, or he may secretly share the views of his political enabler, William Ayers, that this country is inherently bad. We may know Obama better than Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers know Obama, or we may not know Obama at all.
Obama may be everything good, or the promise Obama embodies may just be a figment of our own imagination.
Spotted by the wife at the Home Depot parking lot in Ithaca.
The guy said he gets some interesting looks.
Really, in Ithaca?
I saw this vehicle this afternoon while visiting my Mom at the hospital in Greensboro, NC.
The pale yellow bumper sticker reads as follows:
Somehow I don’t think the owner would view conservative dissent in quite the same light.
It’s also another misattribution, which is common in bumper stickers. That was a statement made about Molly Ivins, not by her. As it anyone cares, anyway.
Nixon and Obama on the same bumper.
In front of a Barnes & Noble in Yonkers, NY.
That was then:
This is now:
Thought you would enjoy this.
Taken in South Hill, WA.