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Behind enemy lines

Behind enemy lines

in Maryland.

From Paul:

Spotted in Wheaton, Peoples’ Republic of Montgomery County, Maryland, USA.

This driver is definitely behind enemy lines.

The sad thing is that, 30 years ago, he would have been considered mainstream around here.

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legacyrepublican | November 9, 2014 at 7:51 am

I like that the car is parked near a Panera Bread which is often a liberal gathering spot.

Karen Sacandy | November 9, 2014 at 7:59 am

I Love the “Make Chelsea Clinton the New Ambassador to Libya”

Slam dunk!

Karen Sacandy | November 9, 2014 at 8:00 am

And the “You can’t fix stupid, but you can defund it.”

Great stuff. Thanks for posting it!!!!!

Conservative Beaner | November 9, 2014 at 8:28 am

I’m surprised the car doesn’t have a mile of scratches on it. Then again Marylanders did put a Republican in the Governor’s mansion.

I think someone observed that a car with that many stickers on it was a sign of whackadoodle-dom.

But this is OUR whackadoodle, and we own him/her. I’d be interested to know if the flags were in connection with last Tuesday.

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to Ragspierre. | November 9, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    This car was probably purchased by DNC operatives (red, of course) and “camouflaged” for a fact-finding trip into fly-over country. They are trying to find out why we’re so resistant to their superior ideas and sterling leadership.

    I’ll wager they’re probably off buying Duck Dynasty t-shirts, NASCAR hats and cowboy boots for their trip, otherwise their Banana Republic hipster duds and Birkenstocks would make them too obvious.

    The dead giveaway that this is a DNC false flag vehicle is the fact that the bumper stickers have not been defaced, the flags not stolen, the tires haven’t been slashed and the car not vandalized by “tolerant” Leftists.

The car tells you one thing about this person. That they don’t understand the best message is one delivered without background clutter. I don’t car for bumper philosophizing generally, but if you’re going to do it only have one sticker.

He’s right. I lived in Baltimore for 20 years, and the state has definitely veered Leftward. There are pockets of resistance; my wife (from DC) was shocked when she came to the Orthodox community at the northwest corner of the city and saw all of the Bush signs. Unfortunately, unlike my old community in Flatbush (Tresury Sec. Jack Lew also used to live there), it’s not enough to affect the politics; the congressman is as left as you can get.

I find it ironic that a blogger who makes a big deal about “intolerance” aimed at Israel supporters decides to label Democrats as “enemies”.

Where’s the “tolerance”, Prof.?

    Ragspierre in reply to anoNY. | November 9, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    Where’s you post where you have your hair on fire over Pres. ScamWOW calling the GOP “unAmerican” just the other day?

    We have enemies. We know who they are, and they are self-proclaimed.

    We don’t tolerate evil. Call it a flaw.

      Rags, you have to learn to speak English.

      I had no idea “Pres. ScamWOW” said anything about the GOP, but I disagree with him on that particular issue (the GOP being unamerican. I think they are behaving in a very American manner).

      However, I would turn your comment back onto you: you all up-in-arms about being called “unamerican”, but then you stoop to the same level by calling Democrats evil (assuming you were talking about Democrats, which is an educated guess).

That’ll probably be the new DNC chair’s limousine. Being Stalinism and Maoism didn’t keep them elected, maybe they’ll try this new tactic.

I can attest to that “thirty years ago” comment.

I grew up there, and worked in Wheaton at the Plaza (now mall) while going to UMD.

So sad what has happened to my old home town.

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