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Give it up, man, you’re living in the past

Give it up, man, you’re living in the past

And fix your brake lights.

From J:

The election is coming up — the 1976 election, that is.

Only in Madison.


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On a Honda Odyssey? What kinda goofball site sells ’76 election stickers – who on God’s green earth could be nostalgic for Carter? That’s just plain looney.

Maybe they want to impeach the Missouri governor.

This is simply a form of status signaling, Madison WI variety. Since the index of status there is your commitment to the Progressive religion there are only so many ways to distinguish yourself in that regard. It is akin to the ghetto rapper who has contrived to create and/or find some new and distinctive form of gaudy bling. It is a conversation starter and draws attention to the bearer. This one says ‘hey, look how Liberal and original I am.’ Since he got mention here I’d say he achieved his goal.

    MrE in reply to Curle. | October 12, 2014 at 10:54 am

    Could that belong to a conservative with a wry sense of humor?

    It is a clever way to say “history repeats itself” and point out the double standard(s) in modern politics.

      MrE in reply to MrE. | October 12, 2014 at 10:59 am

      The Carter Mondale bumper stickers can be found on eCrater and eBay, cheap. The impeach Nixon sticker can be custom ordered on Cafepress.

Make the ‘O’ in NIXON an Obama O and it could be awesome.

NC Mountain Girl | October 11, 2014 at 1:35 pm

Could this be an ironic comment on Madison itself? I worked with a man whose parents had both been on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin and who was a product of Madison public schools. He managed to be a small l libertarian despite all that. This very much reminds me something he might do to show his contempt for his neighbors in a manner they’d never comprehend.

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to NC Mountain Girl. | October 11, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. It’s a very sublime FU.

    The tail lights probably got busted by the front (faux) bumper-guard of a Range Rover driven by some enraged Madison Lefty (a redundancy if there ever was one).