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I don’t know how much more of this Utopia I can take

I don’t know how much more of this Utopia I can take

From John:

Found this gem whilst delivering mail in a large Democrat-run city in Connecticut.

I guess if you’re always on the road to Utopia, technically there’s still hope.

Bumper Sticker - CT - Get back2

Bumper Sticker - CT - Get back1


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.


One might sometime think that the supply of koolade is plentiful and best of all… Free!

I’ve been searchin’ for utopia all my life and it always ends up by being around the NEXT corner..

The “Go By Bike” sticker is a profound example of the progressive system of thinking.

As long as you tell everyone else to do something it is ok if you don’t. They put a message telling you to ride a bike on what I am guessing is a SUV (that is definately not the bumper of a car with the grooves on top). That one little sticker makes it OK to own the SUV, therefore assuaging the guilt of the driver for owning a gas guzzling vehicle.

    In my experience, you’re giving the progressive too much credit for thinking it through.

    With a friendly smile (and I’m not at all physically intimidating) I’ve confronted more than a few of these types over the years. I’d point to the sticker (like this bike one) and say “but not today, of course, right?” and get either a) and angry scowl because, by questioning them, I’m obviously on the ‘other’ side or b) a blank, vacant look.

    They put it on the car because it is either clever or it sound like a great idea. Considering the underlying message or its application to the real world is a few steps beyond the point where they’ve lost interest.

When I first began tracking Peter Senge and Systems Thinking, I discovered just how common courses in higher ed are now on achieving practical utopias. Apparently there is a strong desire to have young adults believe that this time it will work. Especially young adults aspiring to be teachers.

Oh, these schemers have such plans for us. No wonder they want to shut down a feeling of independence and foster interdependence as Anne Sorock noticed yesterday.

Because the 20th century just didn’t try hard enough or understand human nature well enough.

The road to utopia is filled with lemmings scurrying to the cliffs of insanity.

Yup, makes sense to me that an Obama supporter would have this bumper sticker. Isn’t utopia Greek for “nowhere?”

Building Paradise, like the scene at 42:24 in Pokayanie, one of the greatest anti-Obama films of the 1980s.

As for the bicycle, there seems to be a lot of confusion on this point. Bicycles are for conservatives, who like to live free. SUVs are iron cages for the leftists, who prefer safety and security over freedom.

As I said to a fellow conservative bicyclist who I met on Twitter this week, “Conservative bicyclists of the world, unite! We have nothing to lube but our chains!”

I’m not riding my bicycle today, though.

I’m thinking that “No third term” sticker, changed to “vote Republican”, will be real popular in a few years.

    radiofreeca in reply to rinardman. | February 1, 2013 at 9:51 am

    @Rinardman – why wait? I bet they’d be popular NOW! I think you need to get something out there, with your copyright on it.

casualobserver | February 1, 2013 at 10:07 am

Maybe the driver was a Todd Rundgren fan from the 80s??

Seriously, it makes sense for a progressive to think of Utopia. After all, the academic progressives have in the last decade, or so, decided that the only way to their vision of a perfect society is through law. Not laws to protect and prevent harm, but laws to force behavior. It explains a lot as to why the Dem party, almost entirely progressives now, constantly strives to define a new or another ‘group’ in need of special rights/protections (War on Women, everyone else is racist, non-Christian religions, etc.). Law is now the means to change the culture to their view. No longer does simply talking, discussing, teaching work in their eyes. Law is the tool to force change.

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I always get violently car sick on the road to Utopia. a “head shop”. ‘Nuff said

BannedbytheGuardian | February 1, 2013 at 5:49 pm

I read that Colt built a full replica of a Prussian town to attract Bismarkian types to work at their gun factory.

Die Gilmoren Madchen. Homegrown Nazis.