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You spelled “break” wrong

You spelled “break” wrong

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From J, spotted in Virginia:

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Those two bumper stickers do not belong together. One states he/she/it is for the Constitution. Yet O’Boy hates the Constitution and is seeking to destroy it and us.

    Wolverine_Con in reply to redbirdacres. | September 6, 2015 at 9:13 am

    Unfortunately, you will find that there are Obama voters out there who honestly do not see that. They really believe he hasn’t violated the Constitution and can not understand our criticism of Obama on that basis. So they just default to “racism” instead.

Liberals treat the Constitution the same way Catholic popes treat their religion: written in stone and above debate…unless it suddenly becomes inconvenient or unfashionable to their political agendas.

Just a possibility: One bumper sticker could be the husband’s and the other the wife’s.

Look at the “O” symbol on the right – doesn’t it look like it’s been changed into a bomb, with a fuse? And the black smudge – it looks like a person on the ground……

Maybe an ’08 Obama voter who has seen the light – and is taking the name “Obama” and making it more phonetically like what we’re seeing re: Iran nukes…..i.e. “O-bomb-a”…..

The redistributionist in Chief has to break the constitution, so his welfare class base can load up at Wal-Mart and use the working class’s credit card.

Sammy Finkelman | September 6, 2015 at 6:47 pm

BY the constitution, the bumper sticker owner means certain unpopular in some places United States Supreme Court decisions, on aborton, same-sex marriage, government surveillance, maybe criminal law. It does mean interpretations he disagrees with, like perhaps Citizens United. And it does not mean anything Obama did that a court has not ruled unconstutional.

I just kind of figured he couldn’t scrape off the obamalamadingdong from 2008, saw the light, and placed the Constitution sticker on the bumper.