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Go ahead, argue with these bumper stickers

Go ahead, argue with these bumper stickers

This will have to be a multi-day project

From reader Jeanne:

Spotted in Fort Worth, TX today.

Check out all sides of the car.

Words escape me.


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Well there goes my long-held theory that the more bumper stickers on a car the more liberal the car’s owner.

    walls in reply to Kitty. | September 22, 2012 at 8:26 am

    You need to modify your theory.

    1. This is a Chevy Suburban – not a Toyota Prius, etc.
    2. This vehicle has Texas tags.

      TrooperJohnSmith in reply to walls. | September 22, 2012 at 10:57 am

      3. It’s in Fort Worth (pronounced: ‘Foat Wuth’)

      “Fort Worth is where the WEST begins, and Dallas is where the EAST peters-out.”


These are great! Can’t wait to see the other sides of the vehicle. 🙂

It’s hard to read some, especially the quotes from the Founders. But I do love this one:

“If guns kill people……Do pencils misspell words?” Heh. 😉

If I were to do that to my truck , rt would give me an excuse not to wash my truck. But then i’d have to wash my truck.

TrooperJohnSmith | September 22, 2012 at 10:58 am

He has H.L. Mencken, too: “Democracy is a religion. It’s the worship of jackals by jackasses.”

Heh… You’d never find this time of “trash” in Austin.

Here, only liberal democrat proclamations are allowed. “They” won’t arrest you but they sure will make your life miserable.

Tolerance down heeyah only applies to liberal dogma..

O/T and by the way, 2016 Obama’s America is now available on YouTube here:

[…] Speech: Sometimes Not Free Posted on September 22, 2012 3:30 pm by Bill Quick » Go ahead, argue with these bumper stickers – Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion From reader Jeanne: Spotted in Fort Worth, TX […]

I have a rule, or a assumption that has rarely been wrong: whenever I see more than 2 bumper stickers on a vehicle, I take it as “Warning: Crazy Inside”, even when I agree with the sentiments of the stickers.

I saw one today on I-15 in Rancho Cucamonga. It had no less than THREE “Nobama in November” stickers, and several religious ones, and sure enough, the occupants had that crazy trailer park look, and they were staring at me. Oooohboy.