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First anti-Trump bumper sticker spotted

First anti-Trump bumper sticker spotted

Ithaca wit.

Remember the 2008 directions to my home in Ithaca?

To live in Ithaca is to live in a city alive with anti-Bush, anti-war protest. I often joke that the directions to my house in Ithaca read as follows: Take a right at the fifth Obama sign, a left at the third “Impeach Bush” placard, bear right at the “Support Our Troops, End the War” poster, and we are the house just after the “There’s a Village in Texas Missing its Idiot” banner.

This is shaping up as a potentially YUUUUGE bumper sticker season in Ithaca.

Particularly if Trump is the nominee. While I’m not for Trump, I have to admit it would be a guilty pleasure to watch Ithaca progressives running through the streets pulling at their hair and screaming about End Times. Half the town would flee to Canada.

Saw this yesterday morning in Ithaca. Typical Ithaca (dim) wit.

Bumper Sticker - Ithaca - Tuck Frump

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There will be many to follow…

Michael Muscat | February 16, 2016 at 8:02 am

I can only assume you don’t know that sticker’s origin.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfrRzW-Yqog

I think it’s time for the Trumph-walking-away-from-the-Republican-Party-and-kicking-the-door gif.

I wish I could afford a Murano. I have a Rogue kinda life.

February 16, 2016

QUESTION ASKED: Is Donald Trump a Leftist in Disguise?

LOLZ – disguise!
http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/226827/#respond

Go to the link for the excellent graphic.

Heh…!!!

I have noticed lately that there has been a barrage of columns by people who are absolutely delighted to pretend that every exaggeration by Trump is a plank in the Republican platform, instead of the context-sensitive ephemera it really is.

The purpose of this is to block the very sensible positions by an array of great candidates from getting a fair public airing.

I think there is a huge cross-over voting bloc up for grabs, and the Democrats are hoping that no actual Republican candidate will emerge.

There’s this, too: Every new president since the ’70s (at least) has been the guy who invented a fresh way to win.

I closed a column last February with this:

“A winning Republican has to connect with regular Americans in ways that call out the liberal establishment. The New York Times and the networks always called Reagan an extremist. He kept right on talking past their noise.

“His ability to do that was what they really hated about him. America needs a Republican they’ll hate every bit as much.”

I was thinking of a regular Republican who could establish real working-class appeal. Trump has instead started with the working-class appeal, and built outward from there.

Which sure sounds like a new way to win.

http://nypost.com/2016/02/15/donald-trump-has-invented-a-new-way-to-win/

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | February 16, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    This has been your daily Gaghdad Bob Britt attempted thread-jack.

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled thread.

    Radegunda in reply to Gary Britt. | February 16, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    Trump could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and you’d say it was part of a brilliant winning strategy.

    At least Trump was right about that: There is nothing his fans won’t forgive him for — no matter how much they deplore the same actions when other people do them.

    There’s this, too: Every new president since the ’70s (at least) has been the guy who invented a fresh way to win.

    Usually, when we cut & paste words which we didn’t compose ourselves, we put them in quotation marks to indicate that to people.

The president of the United States is the commander in chief of our forces and has the ultimate responsibility when it comes to the conduct of American officials gathering intelligence about potential actions harmful to this country. I have made it clear in my campaign that I would support and endorse the use of enhanced interrogation techniques if the use of these methods would enhance the protection and safety of the nation. Though the effectiveness of many of these methods may be in dispute, nothing should be taken off the table when American lives are at stake. The enemy is cutting off the heads of Christians and drowning them in cages, and yet we are too politically correct to respond in kind.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/02/15/donald-trump-torture-enhanced-interrogation-techniques-editorials-debates/80418458/

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | February 16, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    This has been your daily Gaghdad Bob Britt attempted thread-jack.

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled thread.

    A new way to win? How about keeping a pledge made very recently in front of millions of people? No excuse.

    Being tortuous is already par for the Trumph course.

    Trumph is applying advanced interrogation techniques on us. He’s water boarded us with neverending blather.

    We love our country and will not cough up our vote for him.

Old school. Not even a hashtag.

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