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I think I’ve found a third party

I think I’ve found a third party

From reader J:

I have the privilege of living in Charlottesville, recently named the smartest city in America.

Yet most of the bumper stickers we see are like the one in the first attached JPG [to be run at later date], no doubt because of the influence of the confluence of liberals at UVa. Liberalism and Obama-worship writ large, and every PC cliche in existence, all on the back of one car.

However, every now and then, one sees a sticker or two that represent the fly in the ointment, and it’s worth celebrating. See the second JPG.

Thought you’d like to see these. Keep up the great work.

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Comments

Wow! A militant curmudgeon. Who knew…???

NC Mountain Girl | June 20, 2012 at 8:15 am

Celebrate Competence. I love it!

Obviously, one of those persons who is only out for himself and dosen’t care for the rest of society; wants to compete and win, regardless of how the “losers” might feel; and, and, hates “the environment.” What?

What did it ever do to him? I guess he’s just another city-dwelling person who wants to clash-and-trash the environment regardless of the consequences. Where’s Al Gore when you need him? Oh, off making millions in NYC. Never mind.

I hope he or she has someone to keep an eye on the car when it’s parked.

I R A Darth Aggie | June 20, 2012 at 10:16 am

I have to remember that as my political affiliation when some goober tries to bring it up in conversation.

LukeHandCool | June 20, 2012 at 12:36 pm

Social phobics of the world unite!!

The social phobic revolution will not be televised.

I want me one of those “political affiliation” bumper stickers – to put right next to my “coexist” firearms manufacturers one. 😀

They even have a nifty mascot: a pint of Guinness.

Third parties are great. I almost got turned away from voting one year because I was wearing a “Cthulhu for President/ Why Settle for the Lesser Evil” T-shirt, and the poll workers thought I was camapigning within a polling site.

“Distrust of human nature but trust in government betrays an incoherence whose bitter fruit is necessarily corruption and tyranny, however lofty and deceptive the rhetoric by which power always masks and rationalizes itself.”

Human Nature, Anarchy, and Capitalism:
http://www.friesian.com/fallen.htm

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