February 18, 2009

Free Bumper Sticker for Tough Times

Perhaps it is a tad too soon, but helps to be prepared. Besides, it's a bit of "what goes around..."


For the full size free bumper strip suitable for sticking it to them click:YES! HE LIED!

Update: Some strange and special fellow in the comments seems to think this is a game of "blame... the Negro." (Strange archaic locution that.) One hesitates to explain a joke but, just for the special that may come by:
We could dicker all day about whether George Bush's response to the Sept. 11 attacks was appropriate, proportionate, all that. We could argue all day about the same on Obama's plan. No one sane thinks either man should not have responded in some way. It's a question of how, how much, and what it gets you. At the current rate, Obama's economic warwill make Bush's shooting wars look like an exercise in fiscal restraint and abargain.If Obama'splan works, fine. War'll over, we all go home. But at what point does Obama's econ war get a downloadable counter, and when does Congress and the national media start squawking and declare a quagmire? - Jules Crittenden サ Economic Wartime Presidency
Posted by Vanderleun at February 18, 2009 5:31 PM
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Cars with bumper stickers are annoying and cause accidents. "Obama Lied, Economy Died". Cute. If there's one way to express your opinions, bumper stickers are...well, a really dumb-ass way to go. Might as well say "Obama's Black, Send Him Back" or "Barack Is No Plymouth Rock" "Barack Is Stinkin', He's No Lincoln" "The Black Man Won, Let's Buy A Gun" It's a blanket statement...somewhere in between "guilty until proven innocent" and "i'm a complete ass".
Folks, please. You gave the last guy 8 years to screw everything up and expect the new dude to fix it in a few weeks. All those in support of this anti-Obama thing...think really hard...really hard. Remember yourself at 16. Remember yourself at 25. Imagine working in the adult industry (just for fun). And then if you're still grumpy and impatient take two Xanax with a 5th of Vodka...consider yourself irrelevant and/or asleep. Oh, and check your own moral compass.

Posted by: Aaron Danger at February 18, 2009 9:03 PM

Somewhere there's a rope un-pissed up...


Posted by: jwm at February 18, 2009 9:15 PM

Gee, Aaron.

How about "Communists. Losers in 89, losers in 2009".

See, don't have to even hint at color, now do we?

Because it's about his CHARACTER. You know, content thereof. Well, okay, lack of...

Or doesn't that matter?

Carry on; just don't bogart my flying car, okay? And I'm still waiting for somebody to fill up my the gas tank in my truck...

Where's the hope? The CHANGE?

Obama is going to bring an entire new raft of semantic value to the word


Posted by: TmjUtah at February 18, 2009 9:16 PM

Wow...Aaron has me totally pegged! I'm against spending close to a TRILLION dollars on dubious lefty pork barrel projects and nationalizing the banks...therefore I'm a sore loser who hates negroes.

Aaron...that pathetic canard is rapidly running out of steam. Enjoy it while you can.

Posted by: Mumblix Grumph at February 18, 2009 9:22 PM

My,my Aaron... your rod seems mighty touchy.

Posted by: vanderleun at February 18, 2009 9:22 PM

"...that pathetic canard is rapidly running out of steam."
"... your rod seems mighty touchy."
you bloggy folks are just ripe for the picking. one hand on the mouse. one hand obviously occupied. and the word "canard"? rhymes with Gerard. As for my rod...yes, you are jealous of negros. Dudes...the last president and his cronies made a mess. But don't blame them...blame what's his name....the negro. Check your email, watch a lot of tv. Bald. Old. Dead soon anyway. You are prehistoric...and here comes the sleeping pill. Goodnight, Mr. Uptight. I'd love some more silly sarcasm from those who know best. Or...get a stupid bumper sticker...hell, make a flag and fly it. Ever move into a new house that needed some repairs? Did that happen over night? Ahhh, whatever...yea, bring back Bush. He never told a lie.

Posted by: Aaron Danger at February 19, 2009 2:49 AM

How strange. Aaron seems to get the point while missing it.

Bush lied people died - Google Image Search

Posted by: vanderleun at February 19, 2009 6:24 AM

Ummm, may I intrude. Aaron may not like this but here goes. These "bumper sticker" refrains are starting to pop up on the internet. While I admire some of their creativity, I would never put one, at least not now, on my car. The risk of leaving my car so decorated in a mall parking lot and finding it keyed or otherwise vandalized when I return is just too great. When we really are in the sh*thole and the economy has actually died I might reconsider.

Posted by: boqueronman at February 19, 2009 6:36 AM

Point taken kids. I know Mr. Bush was a liar. He sucked...they all suck to a certain extent. Pigs will fly over the Bay Bridge when you show me a president with 100% approval. It's this crazy attitude y'all seem to have. Maybe we should give the man a little time to dig us out of the sh*thole. We gave Mr. Bush 8 years to dig the damn hole, so what do you expect? He has to get a grip on how to deal with 1. racist assholes 2. impatient assholes 3. doing the best that he can in this situation. Everyone is building him up to be some sort of God and "certain critics" simply want him to fail for absolutely no reason. Why the hell would ANYONE discourage a new administration? The dude is human, not God. He's inherited a pile of sh*t that he has to magically (and appearently expected in two or three months) turn that into gold. So blog away, kids...put stickers on your cars...help spread the pessimism. While it's healthy to be critical of any governing power, the hope and change you all expected to fall from the sky overnight is...well, not going to happen overnight. Folks can help by promoting it. Because unlike the previous sh*t-for brains this guy is actually willing to listen, take resposibility for his decisions and overall, he's a good guy. It's gonna take a little time to untangle the past 8 years. It's fantastic to have all this media but unfortunately it's a lot of hot air. And it's BS like the bumper sticker (also BS) that's depressing. It's like you WANT to fail, as Rush would have it. Great attitude, kids.

Posted by: Aaron Danger at February 19, 2009 7:47 AM

I think you better just throw in the towel, here Gerard. You're in way over your head debating an intellectual titan like Aaron Danger.
I mean- look at the stunning edifice of logic, and evidence he's constructed. The guy must be a university professor, or maybe even a dorm ward. I'm convinced.
Yea! Go 0bama
Barry tried, Economy Fried


Posted by: jwm at February 19, 2009 7:58 AM

Introducing the DEMAOCRAT party, led by Barack Obamao:



Posted by: gusty at February 19, 2009 7:59 AM

There's a fatal flaw in the sentiment of that bumper sticker. It suggests Obama and his wing-men in the Democratic party CARE if the economy dies. When you're striving for political hegemony and a socialist utopia, there are a lot more important things than economic prosperity!

Posted by: Western Chauvinist at February 19, 2009 8:59 AM


Posted by: Tom Parker at February 19, 2009 9:33 AM

I resent the implication that Bama disgusts me because he is black. It is the white fellow travelor half and 100% upbringing that is doing the damage.
The Wrong Reverand Wright did his makeover as best as he could on White Bread, but like Oprah's weight, it just keeps coming back.

Posted by: james wilson at February 19, 2009 10:28 AM

"...look at the stunning edifice of logic, and evidence he's constructed. The guy must be a university professor, or maybe even a dorm ward."

"When you're striving for political hegemony and a socialist utopia, there are a lot more important things than economic prosperity!"

Quote #1...my opinions belong to me. if you don't agree, that's fine. It certainly takes a smart one to disregard the issues and simply and very sarcastically judge my intelligence. Cheers to that. Now explain, Mr. Smarter-than-me, how the bumper sticker will help the economy.

Quote #2...you are using English words (mostly) but you're obviously masturbating with...oh, a dicktionary? It makes for a good poem in some midevil 'utopia' full of people helping people and prospering....oh, God help us...

We do have something in common...too much time to be disdainful creeps that have absolutely no inpact on either Obama's Presidency or the economy. We could but we choose to complain instead. As for Gerard, he's very cute and flies a plane. And he's got a bit of Satan in him. Mostly just cute. Big words...only the "smart" people understand. Kids in a sandbox digging to find the meaning of rice.

Mr. Danger
(edit however you please...disregard free speech...love those terms & conditions...)

Posted by: Aaron Danger at February 19, 2009 12:34 PM

I have come up with a bumpersticker suggestion of my own, and though it undoubtedly arises from the core of my melanisticly challenged racist heart, I hope you will consider it based on the fact that I have unconditionally surrendered and no longer even attempt to deny the indisputable racist nature of my white self,

OBAMA 2012


Posted by: djaces at February 19, 2009 1:21 PM

Issues raised by Gerard:

1. Obama telling lies (verifiable fact)
2. Obama depressing the economy (verifiable fact)

Issues raised by Aaron Danger:
1. B-b-but BUSH!
2. Obama is black
3. Directionless screed against bumper stickers
4. "Canard" rhymes with "Gerard" (which it doesn't)
5. George W. Bush was a successful President who won two terms and served eight years
6. No President has 100% approval
7. Rush Limbaugh wants Obama to fail (taken entirely out of context, as anyone with cellular matter upward of the brain stem knows)

I might've missed some, it's not meant to be an exhaustive list...

Aaron, it seems to me if your Replacement Jesus was as deserving of more chances as you seem to think, it'd be easier to defend Him without embarking on so many tangents. Seriously.

Look at it this way. We're showing the same respect to your guy, that you showed to ours.

Posted by: Morgan K Freeberg at February 19, 2009 6:20 PM

Aaron ... We love you man!

Posted by: Eman at February 19, 2009 7:56 PM

It makes for a good poem in some midevil 'utopia'



Posted by: jwm at February 19, 2009 10:57 PM

"It makes for a good poem in some midevil 'utopia'


Yes, that's what I said. I thought it sounded poetic. Interpret however you want, as run-on sentences seem to be the norm in this arrogant piece of web "journalism" aimed to scrape whatever one can from the hate litter left over from cowboy George, leaving everyone to question the integrity of a man who's just moved into a new house already being attacked by mean stray dogs with computers and a penchant for run-on sentences sometimes but not limited to big words and confusing 9th grade bass-ackwards phrases that make one appear smart but simply come across as uptight blabbermouths who'd rather make personal attacks rather than counterpoint an argument.

Again, how is a bumper sticker going to help the economy? Are you already aiming for an impeachment? Dude was given a depressing situation and yes, the dude is gonna have to bring some reality to the table and light fires under lazy-ass folks asses. When you're hired to perform open heart surgery on a nation there will be blood, a few let-downs and yea...it can and will be a bit depressing. Help Obama, don't nail him to the cross just because he's speaking the truth. Liar you say? Kids, you are in such deep denial. My words and yours are simply here to pass the time in between dinner and cliphunter.com...and those poetically written run-on sentences a reflection of that after dinner delight. See, we don't have to make sense here...but seriously this website is such a piece of shit and whoever is in charge is bitter, old, arrogant, and delusional. There are pills for that. I would suggest a triple-dose and of course a 5th of Vodka. Cheer the fuck up or drag us further down the road that your Fantastic Ex-President Bush paved for us all. Happy 9/11 you blah blah blah retards. Now, did that sound bitter?
Mr. Danger, never to return to this train wreck of a site. Oh and bite my ass. Thanks for your kind words of encouragement and for the record, you're so wrong it hurts. Awful bastards.

Posted by: Aaron Danger at February 20, 2009 4:17 AM

Dear Mr.Danger,
As far as I;m concerned you add wreckage to the wreck. Please feel free to wander about in the smoke and rubble.

As for your distaste for "run-on sentences" I would point out that your:

"Interpret however you want, as run-on sentences seem to be the norm in this arrogant piece of web "journalism" aimed to scrape whatever one can from the hate litter... [lots of words ommitted] ...uptight blabbermouths who'd rather make personal attacks rather than counterpoint an argument."

is a minor masterpiece of the genre.

As for what "Dude" can DU... see essay above, "What a Bummer This Guy Is" for some suggestions of my own.

Posted by: vanderleun at February 20, 2009 5:33 AM

My car would be vandalized by the deranged God Jr. worshipers (Mr. Danger et al) within 24 hours of slapping that sticker on my rear window.

Posted by: Daphne at February 21, 2009 6:41 AM

Wow. Point and laugh. How come I think there is nothing remotely dangerous about Rodney. Yes, he's an idiot. But I don't think he has it in him to be dangerous. Just an idiot. Rod, when you grow up, please do come back. Dude.

Posted by: RFN at February 24, 2009 1:39 PM

Wow. Point and laugh. How come I think there is nothing remotely dangerous about aaron. Yes, he's an idiot. But I don't think he has it in him to be dangerous. Just an idiot. Aaron, when you grow up, please do come back. Dude.

Posted by: RFN at February 24, 2009 1:40 PM

Wow funny thing is that i haven't seen any of these, i guess i should watch a few and see how they turned out.

Posted by: Donnette Cheu at September 8, 2010 8:28 AM

It was George W. Bush who allowed the biggest intellegence failure...ever....to occur; It was Bush who sat staring off into space when informed of the attacks on Sept. 11th, 2001...Bush who ran and hid and then lied about his reaction to the attack; It was Bush who gave us two endless, pointless wars...gave us domestic surveillance and spying...did nothing when hurricane Katrina decimated New Orleans; It was Bush who let his Enron buddies get-away with "financial murder"; And it was Bush and ALL of his Conservative Cronies & Pundits who succesfully dodged the draft, avoided any-and-all military responsibility, and managed businesses right into the ground.
Our president, Barack H. Obama, is fighting an up-hill battle trying [desperately] to CLEAN-UP the HORRENDOUS MESS made by his predecessor.
It may be painful to face and excruciating to admit, but you cannot blame Obama for this nations' current situation.

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