Monday, May 22, 2006

Stuck on Stickers

I never have and never will put a bumper sticker on my car.  It is impertinent to feel that you can give people your views, in traffic, without escape, and without their asking for it.  This blog is different: a reader must be looking for what is here.  Further they can click out at anytime and / or send an anonymous comment to me.  I see all kinds of stupid bumper stickers most of which I doubt that the driver even remembers putting on the car.

I guess, because I don’t know, that people use bumper stickers to make themselves feel good.  For example I saw a white couple driving along with at least six stickers decrying racism and in fact taking the blame for racism themselves.  How stupid can you get, and how insulting?  The very presence of the bumper stickers proves that they haven’t thought through the concept of racism.  Another, very popular by the way, “Regime change starts at home.” Again proving that liberals don’t know their own history and only want to appear witty, caring, and edgy.  Since it was Bill Clinton and a Democrat congress that passed the Iraq regime change bill in 1998, they only appear dull, uninformed, childish, and boring.

Today I came across another that said “Practice Compassionate Impeachment.”  The car had the obligatory Kerry/Edwards tag on it and the car itself was a Volvo.  The driver, a late fifties aged male, apparently thought he was still beating the draft.  These people are parodies of themselves.  The world and its societies certainly have problems and they cannot be reduced to bumper sticker slogans. Solutions, such as they may be, require cooperation across the political spectrum; which is a fading dream at this point.

Terrorism is the last resort of the helpless.  Bumper stickers are a form of terrorism

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