Another wonderful bumper sticker from a McCain supporter



I couldn't believe this bumper sticker when I saw it. I was hoping that I was misreading it somehow.

I wasn't.

**edit**
That photo kinda looked photoshoppy so here is another shot of it. (Click to enlarge.)

21 comments:

Kaose said...

I love the sticker on the right. "Too poor for a Democrat energy policy." As if there is really a difference between the ways that the Democrats and the Republicans are owned and will follow the direction of Big Oil.

Or as if Republicans have had better energy policy anyways. Look at Cheney's closed door sessions with Oil giants for a good example.

Anonymous said...

yeah and if they are so "american" shouldn't they drive an american produced car.

Patrick Britton said...

I suppose you're going to ignore the fact that for 20 years Barack Obama sat in the pews of a racist, hate spewing preacher which he called his mentor. So yeah, I'm sure he doesn't like white people.

Doug said...

I'm not the one with the bumper sticker, idiot. We are not talking about Obama or McCain... we're talking about their idiot supporters.

I mean, we're talking about you.

Anonymous said...

this guy should probably not drive anywhere near california with that shit on his car...

Jeffery said...

Nice, calling people idiots for making a simple statement that doesn't support "your guy". What, no scene of humor or is that just reserved for people taking shots at the "white folk clinging to there guns and religion?"

Doug said...

So basically you support this guy driving around with a bumper sticker that says Obama don't like white people?

I don't think you need me to call you an idiot when you pretty much say it yourself.

Anonymous said...

just like bush hates black people right? Both sides are idiots. Please.

Jeffery said...

No, I don't "support" the guy, Its a bit divisive, but there are some things that have been said (the guns and religion thing)and done(going to a church that is spewing hate) that may have lead this person to believe this bumper sticker a least would be funny, because there is all ways a bit of truth in comedy that makes it funny.
would it be better if it was a question mark in stead of a period and then followed by a list of all the indiscretions? Yeah, that would be a lot funner, thanks for the idea, I'll start on getting those made up tomorrow, can I put you on the waiting list for one? Be one of the first and impress your friends.

ps, is that a black dude driving? now thats funny!

Anonymous said...

cant we just meet in the middle and say we all hate those damn mexicans

Doug said...

I'm sick of the Irish.

Anonymous said...

For all the idiots that think he don't like white people wouldn't that mean he would not like him self since he is half white. Guess you all don't claim him huh?!?!?

Andy said...

It is quite interesting that someone would somehow draw the conclusion that someone who was raised by "white(pink)" people, is half "white(pink)" himself; doesn't like "white" (pink) people. I could make a much more complex argument, but I think that sums it up pretty good. Basically it's a ridiculous argument...

Anonymous said...

hey patrick and every other turd of brilliance that agrees with him:
A)Obama has disassociated himself from 'the reverend' and so have most clear-thinking republicans
B)he is half-white himself and although he may exhibit some self-loathing, as we all do, I would assume it is not to the degree that one could say as a truth 'Obama hates white people'

Anonymous said...

Hate to be the clear thinking individual (sic: troll), but does that license plate say emo?

Anonymous said...

Am I the only one that thinks the sticker doesn't even make sense? Barack do not like white people? Shouldn't it be Barack DOESN'T like white people?

Anonymous said...

Maybe the bumper sticker owner is asking Barack not to like white people. As in: Barack, do not like white people. It may be the only way McCain would win.

Anonymous said...

The 'don't like' is a reference to Kanye West saying 'G.B. don't care about black people' during the televised hurricane benefit.

Bushwack said...

oh yeah that is so bad.. Wasnt it Kanye west that proclaimed "George Bush Hates Black People" on national TV?

Were you silent then? Hypocrite.

Doug said...

I was probably at home, ignoring it. I think both statements are idiotic. I would expect someone as angry as West to say such things. Obviously this guy and West have a lot in common. Stupidity.

And lookie there… looks like you are in the same boat as West too.

Hey, can I join your blog roll? I’ll signup ASAP.

RickySilk said...

You're firing up the "base" Juan!