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Old 07-09-2007, 12:52 AM   #61
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All I see here is a bunch of bumper stickers saying conservatives are stupid.
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i have a rudy g on my car. put it on fresh last month. the parentals weren't that pleased b/c they don't want their baby to be targeted in a very liberal area, but they liked the fact that i made sure to cut it so it did not affect any of the defrost thingies that go across the window.
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i have a rudy g on my car. put it on fresh last month. the parentals weren't that pleased b/c they don't want their baby to be targeted in a very liberal area, but they liked the fact that i made sure to cut it so it did not affect any of the defrost thingies that go across the window.
I'm a liberal in one of the most conservative areas of the country and my car is covered in Democrat stickers. Sometimes you just have to give a big middle finger to the people around you and show them not everybody agrees.




I don't have any catchy slogans on my car, but the ones I like to display in my room are "The road to hell is paved with Republicans", "Iraq won't solve America's problems" and "Defoliate Bush"
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All I see here is a bunch of bumper stickers saying conservatives are stupid.
Well then you haven't read the whole thread, don't feed the stereotype.
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Old 07-09-2007, 03:54 PM   #66
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Well then you haven't read the whole thread, don't feed the stereotype.
i noticed that as well. but i already fit the stereotype according to you
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Well then you haven't read the whole thread, don't feed the stereotype.
Sorry, I was generalizing again.
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i noticed that as well. but i already fit the stereotype according to you
Sorry, I can't help if you don't read the whole thread, but to admit right after that post, just makes it worse.
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the biggest political statement i can make is not having a car upon which to put bumperstickers.
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Just know that I'm independent.

The stickers favoring liberals are WAY better.

I mean one of the conservatives was:

"United we Stand (except liberal democrats)"

That is just not funny.

But more importantly, the two-party system is BS.
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Just know that I'm independent.

The stickers favoring liberals are WAY better.

I mean one of the conservatives was:

"United we Stand (except liberal democrats)"

That is just not funny.

But more importantly, the two-party system is BS.
well, it's about name recognition not how funny a sticker is.

i have seen quite a few funny one's about anti-hillary.
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the biggest political statement i can make is not having a car upon which to put bumperstickers.

Well you live in DC where you can get away with not having a car, mister
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Well you live in DC where you can get away with not having a car, mister
I actually live in a smaller town with a shitty public transit system and about 2 hrs away from a major city and I don't have a car now. You can get away with it, but with a LOT of inconvenience and other expenses (like, for example train tickets).
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Well you live in DC where you can get away with not having a car, mister


guilty as charged.

but, believe me, i do pay for it.
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i live in a suburb of a large city that requires a car, unless you want to wait hours to get around by bus. although a new light-rail thing is currently being built, it is only connecting the airport to downtown, not touching the rest of the citizens. at the same time, they want to start tolling us for one of our bridges.

not a happy camper w/ the current leadership around here.
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