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Still not over it

Still not over it

There’s always 2020

Spotted on the East Side of Providence, Rhode Island. Made my day.

Which also reminds me, I haven’t received very many reader bumper sticker photos lately. It used to be a regular feature here.


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I still see Bernie and Hillary bumper stickers around my area all the time. It gives me a laugh till I see how they are driving (most liberals seem to have a hard time keeping in their lane and driving safely).

Those cars above also have a plethora of other stupid stickers on them. The worst I saw was on a Porsche, I could only think “why”?

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to oldgoat36. | May 23, 2018 at 7:14 am

    Why? Just fund brat or government employee.

      I don’t know where you live, but I’ve never run into a state or Federal government employee (at least those not Federal SESers) who could afford a Porsche (unless they were single and a fund brat).

        The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Edward. | May 23, 2018 at 7:38 am

        YMMV of course, but when I was still working, I had assignments in DC, and my work was at federal facilities. Not many Porches certainly, but enough other expensive German iron to make me wonder just what all these people are doing to justify that kind of money.

        And, Just should be “trust” as you likely figured. Eye knead to prew-phreed more.

Maybe HRC can be the Pat Paulsen of 21st century politics? Her supporters are simply emotionally disturbed.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Whitewall. | May 23, 2018 at 7:15 am

    Or, as the perpetual candidate, Harold Stassen.

      Thanks, hadn’t thought of the former Republican Governor of Minnesota and perennial Republican candidate for President in a long, long time. Giving credit where it is due, he resigned as Governor to join the Navy in WW II. I don’t expect many politicians today would do that.

An Acura station wagon (or whatever they call it), what a surprise. Some of us live in areas where the appearance of “fun” bumper stickers is rare to non-existent.

    rinardman in reply to Edward. | May 23, 2018 at 7:59 am

    I’m one of those. I never see political bumper stickers, for either party. About the only thing you see here, is the occasional gun or hunting related sticker. Like the NWTF sticker I noticed on a truck a few days ago.

    That’s what makes us deplorables, I guess.

JusticeDelivered | May 23, 2018 at 8:14 am

how about Hillary laying flat, pitching a tantrum, with a caption underneath,”He Stole MY Presidency, to the right of her feet a red circle with the slash through it over a capital H 2018?

    The trigglypuff from Amherst, with the massive upper-blubber appendages is a prime candidate to reenact a Hillary fit.

    With all of rigging and hardware for Hillary to stand, erect, without immediate assistance, it would be difficult for her to get her upper blubber in motion.

Henry Hawkins | May 23, 2018 at 10:42 am

I suspect political polarization has made placing political stickers on your vehicle a risky business.

Voldemort for President. Make America Great Again.

Halcyon Daze | May 23, 2018 at 2:57 pm

People who put political bumper stickers on their car wonder why others bring up politics so often.

i see lots of political stickers here in Lost Angels, license plate frames too. a popular one just reads “#Resist”… reality, apparently. 😉

of course, they are all lieberal ones, because anything else would likely get your car at least keyed, maybe tires slashed, or worse.

one day i’ll get a modern cell phone to replace my old Casio G-Force, and i’ll be able to send you samples.

I have “God Bless Our Troops: especially our snipers” as a sole bumper sticker, the the license plate surround is “Too close for missiles” on top and “switching to guns” on the bottom, plus a few random bullet hole stickers on the liftback, and an “I am the Stig” vinyl decal in the rear wagon window. I never seem to be bothered by tailgaters.

How do you submit bumper stickers?

harleycowboy | May 24, 2018 at 9:26 am

Is the HRC 45 referencing to the length of her prison sentence?

OleDirtyBarrister | May 24, 2018 at 11:18 am

The fact that the owner purchased an Acura TSX wagon is evidence the person has really bad judgment. That thing is an underpowered dog, and a big marketing blunder for a typically smart company like Acura/Honda.

Acura could have sold that car with a 6 cylinder and standard AWD, or at least optional AWD or 4WD, and had a contender to the Subaru line.

The owner of the Acura does not understand economics, monetary policy, or fiscal policy either. Or that Hillary is everything wrong with Beltway influence pedaling as fortune building.