Image 01 Image 03

We may have a winner

We may have a winner

I’m not sure of what.

From reader Steve, who writes:

From a gentrified rural nursery in the Seattle metro area.


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.


I can’t read all of the “WAR COST$” bs, but it should say “WAR COST$, BUT FREEDOM IS PRICELESS.”

    Holgaram in reply to Kitty. | April 14, 2012 at 8:18 am

    Our “freedom” hasn’t been at stake in our recent wars. Sure as hell wasn’t in Iraq. That one was just plain useless.

A Highlander on acid.

A 60’s throwback?

I love the smell of foppish sentimentality in lieu of critical thinking in the morning; it smells like Progressivism.

NC Mountain Girl | April 14, 2012 at 10:44 am

I have this formula. The first bumper sticker carries a value of zero. For the second, I dock my estimate of the driver’s IQ by 5 point. The third 10 points, a fourth 15 points, etc. This is one of the rare times when the driver’s intelligence is approaching minus infinity.

In Seattle the owner of that car is called a conservative.

If it makes anyone happy:

-Seattle outlawed shopping bags

-The PD was recently the recipient of a damning smackdown from Holder’s DOJ about excessive police violence against minorities. So Trayvons of the world are more than welcome to punch out neighborhood watchmen.

-Is going to go bankrupt due to the replacement of the Alaska way viaduct costs (an emergency tax was levied a decade ago to fix it or people will die tomorrow).

-Has minority staffing personel who say “whatever we do, we aren’t going to be hiring any white guys in cowboy hats”

….and much much more.

Plus- Seattle is former home to the infamous individual who put nearby rural Enumclaw on the map when he died from having sex with a horse.

I’d like to see the bumper stickers on that car.

Taxpayer1234 | April 14, 2012 at 7:43 pm

Winner of the “Sanctimonious SOB Award”

When ever some liberal goes off on their Republican war monger rant I always like to point this out ….it doesn’t shut them up but does seem to confuse them which is probably the best one can hope for

The Civil War was began by democrats in the South upon the election of the very first Republican president. His name was Linclon, some of you may have heard of him. Well with his election democrats in the south angry and afraid he would further curtail or remove their rights to own black men, women and children first left the union ( the very first fleebaggers ? ) then began the Civil War when they fired on a Union fort.

WW I…. a democrat president
WW II …. a democrat president
Korea …. a democrat president
Vietnam …. first troops in under truman and we went all in under democrats kennedy and johnston

The only 2 times in history nuclear weapons were ever used against humans was by a democrat and they were used against civilian populations at that

    Aggie95 in reply to Aggie95. | April 14, 2012 at 9:43 pm

    oh and just to watch them get really bent out shape you can also point out that it was a democrat who had concentration camps for American citizens based on race and it was not for a crime they were suspected of

      punfundit in reply to Aggie95. | April 14, 2012 at 11:42 pm

      I’m waiting for the day when one of them collapses under the mass of their gargantuan hypocrisy into a microscopic hate-filled black hole.

He’s fixing to be rear-ended one of these days.

What sort of hate-fueled trance does one need to be in to affix *that many* vacuous slogans to ones car? Doubtless this adhesive addict believes shouting “truth” at whomever happens to be behind him/her/it on the road is the same thing as accomplishment. Worse, he/she/it probably believes this is demonstrative of supreme intellect.

I feel all “warm and fuzzy” all of a sudden. In fact , I can’t help but start singing…”all we are saying…”…I mean…”we are the world”…wait…”imagine there’s no…” Hey look, American Idol is coming on.

While those aren’t the bumper stickers I would put on my car, I think the practice of expressing opinions through bumper stickers should be supported and encouraged. (I have run into Establishment types who don’t like political lawn signs, either. And when I was a teenager my father refused to let me put a Goldwater bumper sticker on the family car. There was a good reason why he didn’t, but I’m all for free expression via bumper stickers — even the ones that say “Bad cop — no donut.”)