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Why we fight

Why we fight

So that this person doesn’t win.

Rick took this photo in San Diego:


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That is definitely someone who confuses political slogans with thinking.

That links to a favorite story from yesterday, relating how a nice 60 year old retired “educational administrator” is kept up at night with panic attacks over the state of the race.

It is useful to remember that whole regions of our nation are dominated by people who are deathly afraid of bogey men created by other Collectivists.

Well…and people who think Rush Limbaugh COULD P-whip anybody…

    That’s funny as my parents just got back from a trip to Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. On the trip were two retired educators from CA insisting to anyone who would listen that a vote for Romney would eliminate Medicare.

    People who do not know what they are talking about have been put in charge of educating the next generation.

      Ragspierre in reply to Robin. | October 31, 2012 at 8:15 am

      I think it was IowaHawk who said, “The thing that will end Medicare as we know it is Medicare as we know it”.

      What’s darkly funny is that everybody (with a few really barking mad exceptions) knows we have to reform entitlements. Even the 2007-8 model Obama swore to address them.

The mental fantasy world of the ideologue, both left and right – how very convenient to be able to dodge reality.

Interesting factoid: One in five adults in America are taking some type of mental health medication. That’s 20% of the adult population. Numbers? Possibly 50 million people.

Now imagine all these people being without their medication. The reason they stop taking their meds is because the major pharmaceutical companies have all shut their doors. Then there are other medications no longer available – or in very short supply. A major collapse, via Obama or anyone, would be very ugly.

    NC Mountain Girl in reply to David Yotham. | October 31, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    It would be first real clarity some of them have known in years.

    There are a huge number of Americans who feel bad because they made dreadfully poor decisions. Instead of striving to learn from their mistakes they start taking anti depressents so they will feel better about continuing to do dumb things.

Heh… If anyone is following the (dear) leader, it’s gotta be desperate liberal democrats that have no plan, no real message and of course no HOPE!

I just have this rising feeling that next Tuesday is gonna be a very good day…

    legacyrepublican in reply to Sally Paradise. | October 31, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Well, looks like it maybe a Lord conFusion which are notorious for getting conflates.

    One more reason I am glad I left CA and ended up in TX. Although I have been tempted to create a small bumper sticker that can change “Vote Democrat” to “Vote Debt.”

If they were “born alright the first time” they wouldn’t have to put so many bumper stickers on their car.

I’m guessing those signs were applied using a ruler and I would expect the applier to be a little too tightly wound.

They may break when their perceptions of the righteousness of their cause is confronted with the reality of it’s rejection.

    NC Mountain Girl in reply to jakee308. | October 31, 2012 at 1:02 pm

    It would be a masterful showing of anal retentive behavior except for the broken symmetry on the bottom row.

      It would have been amusing to see how they handled that. they aligned the right hand sticker with the stickers above but failed to do so on the left. Or was it the other way around.

      *Oh, the humanity. Why can’t they make bumper stickers to the same length and height. There ought to be a law.*

      (some thoughts that were probably buzzing through their mind at the time.)

      Maybe they delegated the responsibility to one of the younger members of the tribe. (they won’t live that one down)

    Spiny Norman in reply to jakee308. | October 31, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    “A little too tightly wound” may be putting it mildly. I have a rule that I live by (and it has rarely been wrong): whenever I see more than 2 bumper stickers on the back of a vehicle, I read it as a warning, “Stay back! Crazy inside.”

    Yeah, even when I agree with the sentiments.

Better PWR by Rush than PWR by Michelle. At least Rush creates jobs. Michelle just collected a mega paycheck for doing nothing.

My political philosophy does not fit on a bumper sticker.

No, it takes you about twenty. Mine takes just one.

Government-leave me alone

These people can be so unintentionally and hilariously ironic. One of his stickers is a Dylan line from “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)”: “Money doesn’t talk it swears.” Clearly, it’s swearing at this guy; he seems so obsessed with his not having any that he misses the stanza’s last line: “Propaganda, all is phony.”

Here’s an earlier verse in the song:

“While some on principles baptized
To strict party platform ties
Social clubs in drag disguise
Outsiders they can freely criticize
Tell nothing except who to idolize
And then say God bless him”

A Person of Tolerance & Diversity Keyed My Car!!*

(*My very favorite Pro-Bush bumper sticker from 2004. I put it in the window of my car each morning as I parked in my space at the major Film-TV Studio where I worked that year.*)

TrooperJohnSmith | October 31, 2012 at 5:40 pm

How about a single bumper sticker that replaces all of these?

I am Stupid,
AND I vote!