I want to let you know that this photo was shot by me in Oakland, CA last night.
You may publish without my name or email please (for privacy purposes).
I am glad you like it !
Saw this while traveling through Rand Paul country.
Here is a photo I took of a billboard that just went up this past week in Montgomery, AL.
It seems to be quite the list, however I wouldn’t say it is all inclusive.
This part of Alabama and Georgia is known for their peaches, very clever use of their claim to fame.
I seem to be hiring more and more grumblings of this nature, do you think it would be possible?
I made these bumper “stickers” today so that I can change the message around when it suits me.
I based them on those silly refrigerator magnets that were so popular years ago. The magnetic material is available at most sign shops for a nominal fee.
I cut it into strips of various sizes with scissors and used a permanent marker to add my mix-up messages.
Let people know how terribly easy this is!
I wonder how many other sentences can be formed from the movable stickers on her car.
I’d run a prize contest for the best entry, but I don’t have any prizes to give out.
A Virginia woman told TPM on Friday that she recently discovered a stack of anti-Hillary Clinton bumper stickers at a local GOP office, despite denials from the state party that it had anything to do with the stickers.
Carole Donoghue, a retired journalist, said she found the bumper stickers at Fairfax County Republican Committee headquarters in Fairfax, Va. The bumper stickers read “Monica Lewinsky’s X-Boyfriend’s Wife for President.” In small print, they included the words “Authorized By Republican Party Of Virginia.”
Donoghue talked to TPM hours after a spokesperson for Republican Party of Virginia denied the state party had anything to do with the anti-Hillary bumper stickers. The spokesperson told the Washington Post that the stickers were “an amateur effort” and the state party’s strategy “does not involve that.”
[Featured Image: @gdebenedetti)
I was at my Local Tractor Supply store in Porter, Texas, just northeast of Houston on I69 and saw this in the parking lot. As you can see,it’s a veritable rolling billboard for the First Amendment. I didn’t see the driver, but up here in this neck of the woods it could literally be anyone!
The bumper stickers are a real nice touch, too!
Thanks for all you and your cadre of Freedom Fighters do! You are an inspiration to all us folks out here who are also battling the chaos of this lawless president and AG sidekick.
I’d wager that you battle so much chaos that you sometimes feel like Maxwell Smart (a better ‘spoken pun’)!!
Trooper “John Smith”
From reader and frequent photographer Katherine:
Spotted traveling through MO.
Yes, it’s real.
And yes, he’s still a Republican.
Spotted on Saturday on Route 88 West in Upstate New York, on a vehicle with Georgia plates.
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.