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The solution to this problem may not be …

The solution to this problem may not be …

what the car owner thinks.

Spotted in my neighborhood in Rhode Island:

(Bonus question: What is the sticker covered over?)

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Could it be–“My Country Invaded Iraq and All I Got Was This Expensive Gas” It seems to fit with the new and improved bumper sticker.

I think you are right.

Expensive Gas Sticker

Makes you wonder what the next bumper sticker will be now that revolutionary guard commander Rostam Ghasemi is Iran’s oil minister and president of OPEC!

In light of the recent Bidenisms, the blue sticker reads like what the Left really thinks of Conservatives, Libertarians and Tea Partiers.

The Tea Party has recklessly diminished the power and reach of the United States. — Richard Cohen, NYTimes

Is Cohen so dense to believe that other countries aren’t completely more aware of the current monetary situation than the average American ? Putin was bashing Americans just the other day as “parasites,” and he isn’t too far off the truth.

This debt problem isn’t just a domestic problem. The continued running up of the debt and monetary tricks with the dollar is as bad for foreign relations as any “Ugly American” policy of the past.

The bumper sticker is correct:
Liberals ARE creating enemies faster than they can kill them with Obamacare and a collapsing economy.

VetHusbandFather | August 4, 2011 at 12:29 pm

The ironic thing is that the only reason we “can’t” kill our enemies fast enough is that the owner of this bumper sticker won’t actually acknowledge that they are our enemies.

I think the President’s record with drone attacks is a great example of their doubletalk on our enemies. Liberals like to pretend we have no enemies in public (and accept Peace Prizes), but in practice they are just as peaceful as the conservatives they like to call warmongers.

And yet the bumper sticker doesn’t say how we’re creating enemies. Let me guess – the reset button for Russia has mal-functioned, or we didn’t get behind the Muslim Brotherhood fast enough in Egypt, and then there is always the pesky problem of infidels walking around on sacred ground in Saudi Arabia, and of course in stopping Saddam Hussein in Iraq from committing another Holocaust, we brought in Democracy.

If these things are making so many enemies, why don’t we just increase the rate at which we are killing them?

And yet the bumper sticker doesn’t say how we’re making enemies. Let me guess – the reset button for Russin has mal-functioned, or we didn’t get behind the Muslim Brotherhood fast enough in Egypt, and then there is always the pesky problem of infidels walking around on sacred ground in Saudi Arabia, and of course in stopping Sadam Husein in Iraq from initiating another Holocaust, we brought in Democracy.

If we are creating enemies so fast, why don’t we just increase the rate at which we are killing them?

… diminished the power and reach of the United States.

Wasn’t that one of Obama’s stated goals from the campaign? To diminish the power and reach of the United States vis-a-vis the rest of the world?

Cowboy Curtis | August 4, 2011 at 3:07 pm

The solution is obviously more guns. Hey, that’s change this cowboy can believe in.

huskers-for-palin | August 5, 2011 at 12:34 am

Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate….

—Political axiom

    VetHusbandFather in reply to huskers-for-palin. | August 5, 2011 at 11:40 am

    I like that, it explains why the current administration’s foreign policy is so ineffective. No matter what we do in foreign affairs we are going to accumulate new enemies. For each new in-road the President tries to create in the Middle East, he ends up burning another bridge or aggravating someone who just doesn’t like us. But all the friends he tries to make are predictably fickle, and they go as quickly as they come.

    A better strategy is to stand firm with your most trusted friends and make sure your enemies are too afraid to challenge the group.

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