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  • Silly Liberal Bumper Sticker of the Day

       March 09, 2005

    In Madison, the Mecca of looney liberaland, it's not uncommon to see two or three silly liberal bumper stickers on a typical drive through town. Tonight, I spotted a new favorite. Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera with me, so I'll have to describe what it said:

    Bush is not my President

    Before you assume this is just some misguided ex-hippie living in denial, it's important to note that, because of the University, Madison does have a relatively large international population. And frankly, if this sticker was on the back of some Chinese man's or Italian woman's car, I'd think it's pretty clever. So, I quickly considered that possibility, but then I noticed the sticker on the other side of the car:

    Green Bay Packers: Super Bowl XXXI Champions

    Yeah, so this really was some goofy native out of touch with reality. Do you think they have any idea how ridiculous they are? You can't erase the facts just because you don't like them. What would they think of this bumper sticker:

    The Green Bay Packers are not My Super Bowl XXXI Champions

    They'd think it was utterly idiotic. How in the world is this any different?


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    #  March 9th, 2005 7:12 PM      Daddy
    Now I'm inspired to create "The New England Patriots are not MY Super Bowl Champions", and sell them in Philly.

    Maybe it was a Chinese guy who likes the Packers...?

    I'm reminded of the movie "Foul Play" (Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn), when they're in a car chase with a meek Chinese couple in the back. They understand no English, except for "Kojak. Bang bang!"

    They immediately pull out miniature American flags and wave them fervently. Wonderful scene.  
     
    #  March 9th, 2005 8:03 PM      TheUnabrewer
    Now I'm inspired to create "The New England Patriots are not MY Super Bowl Champions", and sell them in Philly.

    I'd buy one.  
     
    #  March 10th, 2005 12:06 AM      james
    daddy, i think that's a million dollar idea.

    of course, im kind of intoxicated, as i just got back from a poker game... but if i'd seen you selling them on the way home, i'd have laid out a dollar  
     
    #  March 10th, 2005 8:38 AM      drew
    "The Green Bay Packers are not My Super Bowl XXXI Champions"

    I said the same thing in 1997.  
     
    #  March 10th, 2005 8:39 AM      Mark
    There were a lot of these stickers around when Clinton was in office. "Don't Blame Me, I Voted for Bush" was another. I think this is just a reaction to that. It's not terribly productive.

    Duke sucks.  
     
    #  March 10th, 2005 8:45 AM      kris
    "Don't blame me" stickers at least acknowledge the reality of the situation. I'm just making fun of their denial.  
     
    #  March 10th, 2005 8:55 AM      kris
    Can we just all agree to get the "Dont blame me, I voted for Kodos" stickers?  
     

     

     


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