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Bumper Discourse, Part 2

The back of our cars tells us who we are.

by Richard 'Mr. Moo' Moore
June 12, 2005

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Bumper Discourse, Part 2
After spending time in Washington DC this week, I thought the stickers would be a little more creative. They were. It was a good week for spotting more bumper stickers. I hope these make you think or smile or laugh out loud. Or all three.
  • Thou shalt not spin my words. – God
     
  • Vote manly. Vote Arnold.
     
  • HTTP happens
     
  • Bush won – get over it
     
  • I went to vote and all I got was this stupid president
     
  • Your life is NOT my fault
     
  • I actually did vote for Kerry before I voted against him
     
  • Free Tibet – with a mail in rebate
     
  • Prezinator 2008
     
  • I support the troops by opposing their senseless deaths
     
  • Wake me up in 2008
     
  • Fux News – We Distort. You Comply.
     
  • Support the right to arm bears
     
  • Imagine there are no liberals. It's easy if you vote.
     
  • Vote Libertarian – win a free country
     
  • I voted and it didn't work. Can I have my drugs now?
     
  • Tax the rich – start with John and Teresa
     
  • Mandate Schmandate
     
  • Amend for Arnold
     
  • Rush gives me a rush
     
  • W gives God a bad name
     
  • Secession, eh? OK, we lose Broadway and you don't eat.
     
  • W iz the furst przdent with a lerning disabilite
     
  • Democrats have more positions than Paris Hilton
     
  • Florida. A nice place to visit but I wouldn't want to vote there.
As gas prices go up, I'll keep a sharp eye for more grins from the bumpers of the country.

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