I pull even (if I can) with Obomba stickered cars too....and if there are no children in the car, give them the Obomba salute...you know....the one finger on the cheek one....
I too have this morbid curiosity when I see a car with an Obama sticker on it...I have to see if the appearance matches the sticker. And it NEVER fails. You can tell who they are, by simply looking at them, I swear.
I live in Massachusetts, so there is no shortage of them here. Those, and Deval Patrick ones, etc. You can spot these vehicles a mile away, and I have come to believe there is a pack of stickers they buy...the "COEXIST", "HATE IS NOT A FAMILY VALUE", "DIVERSITY", "It will be a great day when our schools get all the money they need and the air force has to hold a bake sale to buy a bomber" and so on. There is a disturbing commonality of appearance and thought on the left:
I wouldn't flip them off, but my buddy and I have this hilarious (to us, at least) fantasy about driving an old $hitbox car, seeing one of those cars shown above stopped at a traffic light in front of you...and flooring it instead of hitting the brakes. When you get out to exchange papers, you give them the old Blutarski shoulder shrug and say "Sorry. Foot slipped."
I feel very strongly about the Swift boat vets I thought that what they did during the 2004 campaign did indeed save this country from the disaster of a John Kerry presidency. (It's hard to believe that there could be a worse person in the White House, but that is clearly the case with Barack Obama )
For about a year, I drove around with this on my window up here in Massachusetts:
My car never got vandalized, but I did have one incident that makes me laugh every time I think about it. One morning as I was driving into work, a car passed me on my right. As I looked over I saw a hand pressed up against the driver side window with the middle finger extended. To my astonishment, it looked like a little old lady with a gray bun on her head! (In retrospect, I'm not sure she was actually a little old lady, but one of those 50+ year old aging moon bats, but when they look like that, you can never really tell ) I'll be honest, I very nearly did run off the road!
But I would never vandalize anything because of that, and most conservatives I know wouldn't either. Rule of Law kind of thought process. It's just kind of people they are
But Liberals have no such moral compass. Here's a good example: back in the 2004 election, I offered my boss a Bush-Cheney bumper sticker for his car, because I know he's a conservative. (He passed away last year of a massive heart attack, a gentler nicer guy you have never met in your life. I flew down to Miami to give a eulogy for him at his funeral ) Anyway, he took the bumper sticker from me, and he paused. I wasn't sure why, and then he said I don't know if it's a good idea for me to put this on my car I live in the South End in Boston, and the area I live in is predominantly liberal His voice trailed off, but I knew exactly what he meant. I may disagree 100% with a sign somebody is carrying, or bumper sticker on their car, but that is as far as it goes. Every single conservative I have ever consorted with feels exactly the same way. I hang around with a bunch of hard-core conservatives, but not a single one would even consider performing an act of vandalism. But as my ex-boss was hesitating, I knew that he was concerned about vandalism to his car. Without saying anything, I reached out to take the bumper sticker back, because I didn't want him to feel obligated to put it on his car.
When I reached out, he pulled his hand back, and with a smile said Of course I'll put it on my car
A couple days later, he came in to work and told me that both of his windshield wipers had been broken off of his Cooper Mini, and he found a piece of paper stuffed into his window. I asked him if I could make a copy of it, because I wanted to be able to show it to people.
Now, you could say that I just typed that out and printed it, and it would be difficult for me to dispute or disprove that. But I'm telling you, it's God's honest truth. I felt bad after the fact, but on the other hand he let me know in no uncertain terms that was his decision, and he wouldn't have made the decision not to put the sticker on his car because he feared it would be vandalized. It's just amazing though, when I look at the verbiage of this
you can tell that it was written by one of these lunatics.