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I’m glad I did not pass this car with a key in my hand

I’m glad I did not pass this car with a key in my hand

because I’m not sure I could have controlled myself.

Spotted by reader Joseph in Woodstock, NY, this last weekend.

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To the owner of that Subaru..

Not PC by any means, but please pick your "classification".

IQ Range Classification

70-80 Borderline deficiency
50-69 Moron
20-49 Imbecile
below 20 Idiot

OH and thanks for buying American, lefty.

Wow, that person has issues. One wonders which Woodstock they attended, the first one where all the drugged out kids were saved by the National guard. or the second one that sold its soul for money? Either way, poor judgement displayed. If they attended both, wow they did not learn their lesson.

And why don't they own a Volt or a Smartcar? Save America and all that.

I live in Texas, in a very conservative area, so I NEVER get the opportunity to see bumper stickers such as these!
My favorite one spotted this week is….."No dime left behind"
Had a good laugh over that one!
Maybe you should start a new category for conservative stickers to give your readers some hope/relief!
God bless America.

From the stickers I think I can safely profile the driver as:

1: Female
2: Attended the modern woodstock
3: Wears Birkenstocks
4: Is lesbian
5: Majored in English Lit and female studies
6: Smells of patchouli oil
7: Owns more than 1 cat
8: Lost 10 rounds to the ugly stick.

Hey! Cut them some slack. At least they admit to being insane. Probably right on that count.

in the words of the Mythbusters guys:
I reject her reality and substitute my own!

sort of runic rhyme | April 29, 2011 at 12:39 pm

Curious, one doesn't often see leftist spew and panties references on upscale cars…

Note the "question reality" sticker. Seems like they've already left reality far behind.

I work in the District of Columbia and so I feel restrained from putting bumper stickers on my car that indicate how I really do feel. Suffice it to say no potential bumper sticker would agree with that one!

And while my car is a 2003 model, it still runs well and I'd hate to have it messed up because of my exercise of my First Amendment Rights!

"Democrat" sounds so much better than "communist and socialist anti-American rabble."

Cars not displaying such sentiments may not be allowed to enter Woodstock!

And hey, it would be fascinating to know whether there is any correlation between bold exhibition of lefty opinions and driving Japanese cars. Where's the love for the UAW and America's Working Families?

I have a Subaru.
It has a Coexist sticker on it.
My Coexist sticker is the one with the gunmaker's logos.
I want to have a bumper sticker made for it that has a Mustang on it and says "My other car is a Gaia-violating hotrod"

sort of runic rhyme | April 29, 2011 at 10:35 pm

whereas the Tee Party can be a mob of racy homophones, if water's involved.