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"Not a Liberal" bumper sticker
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From Media Research Center. If you want to take the quiz, here's the start . But here's the actual link for the sticker .

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Or In-n-Out Burger quit making it so easy to use a red marker to make the B and r disappear on their bumper stickers....... (more)

bippie (Aug. 25, 2013 @ 5:45a) |

Same here...thank you!

BamBam0099 (Aug. 25, 2013 @ 9:29a) |

I ordered this - when I get it I'll simply cut off "not a"

GreenTrash (Aug. 25, 2013 @ 3:31p) |

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Not a bumper sticker guy, but I like the MRC. Green!

Very good!

Thanks

Plastic or paper?

Plastic bumper stickers are better for patching over body damage.

larrymoencurly said:   Plastic or paper?

Plastic bumper stickers are better for patching over body damage.

  
You found an empty spot on your bumper-sticker-covered clunker?

Thanks OP!

I wish I could give you green a thousand times over for this one, OP. Passing this on to many, many people! Thanks much!

Thanks, friend! Usually don't put any stickers on my cars, but will do it this time. This is too good. Emailing to all my friends and coworkers about this too.

Good post, but I wish they also had a sticker available that reads "Not a Liberal or a Conservative".   That would remove any ambiguity for those who are in favor of "the middle"

this can be for anyone, easy to cut "not a" off.

FrugalFreak said:   this can be for anyone, easy to cut "not a" off.But that red would drive me nuts.

FrugalFreak;17934533 said:this can be for anyone, easy to cut "not a" off.
I think that's one of the main reasons the WI Dept. of Tourism stopped giving away their "Escape to Wisconsin" bumper stickers -- a snip before and after "Wiscon" and poof!

"Escape to sin"

mikk1 said:   
FrugalFreak;17934533 said:this can be for anyone, easy to cut "not a" off.
I think that's one of the main reasons the WI Dept. of Tourism stopped giving away their "Escape to Wisconsin" bumper stickers -- a snip before and after "Wiscon" and poof!

"Escape to sin"

  Or replace the word "to" with "from"

From dictionary.com (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/liberal):

lib·er·al
[lib-er-uhl, lib-ruhl] Show IPA

adjective
1. favorable to progress or reform, as in political or religious affairs.

2. ( often initial capital letter ) noting or pertaining to a political party advocating measures of progressive political reform.

3. of, pertaining to, based on, or advocating liberalism, especially the freedom of the individual and governmental guarantees of individual rights and liberties.

4. favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom possible, especially as guaranteed by law and secured by governmental protection of civil liberties.

5. favoring or permitting freedom of action, especially with respect to matters of personal belief or expression: a liberal policy toward dissident artists and writers.


Just sayin'.

SweetClover said:   
larrymoencurly said:   Plastic or paper?

Plastic bumper stickers are better for patching over body damage.

  
You found an empty spot on your bumper-sticker-covered clunker?

  It  has no bumper stickers on it and never will. And it's not a clunker; it's a 1993 Ford Escort that looks 1-2 years old.  OK, it still looks like a Ford Escort...

bugsie said:   From dictionary.com (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/liberal ):

lib·er·al
[lib-er-uhl, lib-ruhl] Show IPA

adjective
1. favorable to progress or reform, as in political or religious affairs.

2. ( often initial capital letter ) noting or pertaining to a political party advocating measures of progressive political reform.

3. of, pertaining to, based on, or advocating liberalism, especially the freedom of the individual and governmental guarantees of individual rights and liberties.

4. favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom possible, especially as guaranteed by law and secured by governmental protection of civil liberties.

5. favoring or permitting freedom of action, especially with respect to matters of personal belief or expression: a liberal policy toward dissident artists and writers.


Just sayin'.

  
Obviously it's talking about the second definition, being that it's capitalized. Those who identify as conservatives/libertarians today are the heirs to classical liberalism. Labeling the modern left 'liberal' is a bit of a misnomer, but it's so pervasive that this sticker's message won't be mistaken.

4. favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom possible, especially as guaranteed by law and secured by governmental protection of civil liberties.
  
It certainly isn't this definition. The use of force (individual mandate) is not consistent with "maximum individual freedom possible." 

hillwood24 said:   
4. favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom possible, especially as guaranteed by law and secured by governmental protection of civil liberties.
  
It certainly isn't this definition. The use of force (individual mandate) is not consistent with "maximum individual freedom possible." 

I agree that #4 isn't the definition.  But I am being blocked from posting other examples because the mod feels they are too political.

hillwood24 said:   It certainly isn't this definition. The use of force (individual mandate) is not consistent with "maximum individual freedom possible." 
  What if zombies are killing all humans, and forcing everybody to have their teeth removed will prevent zombie victims from infecting other humans?  It's a realistic scenario that was described in a recent documentary about world war Z.

mikk1 said:   
FrugalFreak;17934533 said:this can be for anyone, easy to cut "not a" off.
I think that's one of the main reasons the WI Dept. of Tourism stopped giving away their "Escape to Wisconsin" bumper stickers -- a snip before and after "Wiscon" and poof!

"Escape to sin"

  Or In-n-Out Burger quit making it so easy to use a red marker to make the B and r disappear on their bumper stickers....

kateykakes said:   I wish I could give you green a thousand times over for this one, OP. Passing this on to many, many people! Thanks much!
  
Same here...thank you!

anonguy said:   From Media Research Center. If you want to take the quiz, here's the start  . But here's the actual link for the sticker  .
  I ordered this - when I get it I'll simply cut off "not a"



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