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Still legal in Texas

Still legal in Texas

From reader Charles:

I have been reading your blog for some time and enjoy your bumper sticker feature.

I found this one in a parking lot in Irving, Texas (I live in Fort Worth).


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Finally, a bumper sticker that makes sense with the symbols of the two great religions of Western civilization, the GOP [or what is left of it] and the symbols of Freedom, all without the scimitar. Put that next to a Romney sticker.

That’s a good one. Very clever.

WONderful! Right next to it there should be a BO sticker with the universal no symbol going right through it .

I am buying that bumper sticker!

Jusuchin (Military Otaku) | July 22, 2012 at 11:48 am

I want one now.

Last week, on my way home from work, I saw the much-maligned “coexist” bumpersticker with the “Co” cut off. Other stickers suggested the driver would, at least politically, be among friends here.

Other’s mileage may vary, but I got a great kick out the various meanings implied by both what was removed and what remained.

TrooperJohnSmith | July 22, 2012 at 6:42 pm

That’s cuz we wuz ‘ire own Ree-public!

Uh, what was the question?

    Sigh. We wuz too, once, but dern polly-tishans talked us out of it.

    legacyrepublican in reply to TrooperJohnSmith. | July 23, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    Quite true TrooperJohnSmith!

    You can imagine how startled and pleased this native Californian was when his son started his first day of school in Texas with the pledge of allegiance and then did the pledge for the Texas flag.

    I miss the mountains and beauty of California, but not the politics and leftest nonsense.

    Let me put it this way, which governor would you like to live under …

    Perry, a packing governor of a republic who knows how to shoot straight.


    Brown, a full of it governor of a republic who knows how to blow it and is back to do it again on steroids.