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But they said it would stop at “forward”

But they said it would stop at “forward”

From reader “Joe” (or was it “Tom”?) who asked not to use even his real first name because “I’d like my children to keep their playmates”:

Saw these on the back of an SUV on Bainbridge Island, Washington. (,_Washington)

This is the first time I’ve seen an anti-Obama sticker or sentiment anywhere on this island. These stickers may be small, but considering that 78% the voters here went for Obama, and weren’t shy about letting you know it, they are fairly bold.

Like your blog and your bumper sticker feature and wanted to share.


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Regarding the contributor’s desire to remain anonymous, because “I’d like my children to keep their playmates”.

That reminds me of the recent study by the Pew foundation: “Liberals are about twice as likely as conservatives or moderates to block, unfriend or hide someone on a social networking site, such as Facebook, Twitter or Google+, according to a new study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project…because of political content”.

Such tolerance and open-mindedness!

don't tread 2012 | May 2, 2012 at 8:00 am

Con Ed; tolerance, civility and open-mindedness is a liberal construct designed only for conservatives. This, so that we may be afforded the opportunity to agree with our liberal betters. Can you say ‘one-way’ street???

If more people had guts, we would have never got obama as president in the first place. If people truly love their freedom, they better get out of the dungeon of timidity and stand up, speak up and fight or it will be gone and you will pay hell getting it back.

Your neighbors on the island might be able to identify you and the parking lot, by the reflection in the picture–be careful.

Wow, if he’s lost Bainbridge Island….

Might have been a visitor to the island but good to see in western Washington period.

Sean Delonas’ cartoon today is a classic. Check for Obama’s fingerprints on Uncle Sam’s back:

BannedbytheGuardian | May 2, 2012 at 6:52 pm

In a world chock full of images Heath Ledger created a mighty icon. It rates right up there as being one of the best ‘Dark Side’ embellishments in history.

I don’t like the second one.