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From Thomas in Portland, Oregon:

I saw this combination of bumper stickers and just thought it was terribly ironic.

Obama 2012 and “Don’t believe everything you think.”

How does this statement apply to the Obamacare website roll-out, to being able to keep your current plan, or to bringing down the cost of premiums?

Bumper Sticker - Portland OR - Obama 2012

Bumper Sticker - Portland OR - don't believe what you think


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That message is not for the owner of the car. That’s for the TEA Party people who believe in limited government and such, and who think Obama is ruining the country. The owner of the car is an Obama voter. They’re good at lecturing to us.

Good morning to all. It’s night time here. Enjoy your day.

Midwest Rhino | October 25, 2013 at 8:45 am

For that Obama voter that didn’t think Obama’s communist mentors was a problem, or his nefarious contacts and lack of ANY executive experience, it should read:

Don’t Think
Just Believe

This person is badmouthing “thinking.”

Drones don’t think…

Pure postmodernism. I think.

Oh good. From my own state. I’m so proud…

Well, he is from Portland, after all.