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I thought California had banned this

I thought California had banned this

From reader M:

If you like your bumper stickers big…

This was spotted on the I-78 headed East in Carlsbad, CA. Political bumper stickers are a rarity in this traditionally Red area, but more likely to be liberal.

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That pic sure does bring back the memories-

Thanks, M!

I figured…with the way things are in Kulhifornia…it would be Carlsworse by now.

You think that’s something? I saw a “NObama” sticker on a Prius in a Trader Joe’s parking lot in West Los Angeles the other day. That’s like seeing “Better Dead than Red” on a car in Moscow during the Cold War.

I wish I had had my camera with me. 🙂

…and of course its on a white car. RAYCISS


Samuel Keck | June 27, 2012 at 9:58 am

That can’t be the 78 east of the I-5 … traffic’s moving and there’s no gridlock; must be photoshopped. 🙂

LukeHandCool | June 27, 2012 at 11:17 am

“I thought California had banned this.”

You must be thinking of plastic bags. California hasn’t banned cars yet. But when the Boondoggle High-Speed Rail starts chugging, don’t be surprised …

Donald Douglas | June 27, 2012 at 2:43 pm

There’s a lot of sentiment like that out here in CA. But sadly, Romney doesn’t have a chance. The Black/Latino/Urban vote dominates in this state. If there were a chance, though, this year would be it, but I haven’t seen the trends that way.

Plus, this just in on Ohio: ‘Quinnipiac’s Swing State Ohio Poll is Huge Outlier’.

Actually California is a very misunderstood state politically speaking. You could subdivide California into three separate states, and depending on how you run the state lines, you would end up with two fairly conservative states, and one MUCH smaller, but incredibly liberal state.

I’m a huge proponent of subdividing California into three separate states when they default on their public debt, as a condition of a monetary bailout. This would result in the creation of 4 Republican senators and a alter the federal district lines of the House… changing it’s character. about 2/3rds of California’s land mass is consistently Republican…

That car needs a large spotlight on the “sticker” for night time viewing.

There are LOTS of conservatives in CA. It’s just that we don’t have a Republican Party here. The biggest party in CA these days is unaffiliated independent running neck-and-neck with the Dems. Both the Dems and Reps are suffering loss of registered voters.

The whole point of holding open primaries was to take away 3rd party influence in the elections. It looks like the state GOP signed its own death warrant (one of many out here) when it crossed the aisle to conspire with the Dems on that one.