Saw this car at the train station today. Blurred areas are to protect the identity of the owners. However, since they want us to know what they think, let’s take a look. ~ TD
Go on, Democrats, admit it. If your car isn’t papered like this, there’s still a secret part of you that would like it to be.
First, we have the “fish”. All are a slap at the Christian fish.
The top one says “SCIENCE”. When leftists use the word, “science,” they prefer to have the sound system set on reverb, to induce a proper sense of awe.
The second is, of course, “DARWIN.” (yawn)
The third is one I haven’t seen, called, “FSM,” or Flying Spagetti Monster. The associated website is a walking talking blasphemy, as attested to by the screen grab below.
The fourth is YODA. Hey, everyone likes Yoda! Not just the Dems.
And the fifth is TREK.
“I Doubt It” is from a site called CSI.
The mission of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry is to promote scientific inquiry, critical investigation, and the use of reason in examining controversial and extraordinary claims. (to which I would add, “Physician, heal thyself.”)
NO SB 1070
This gem is in opposition to Arizona Governor Brewer’s attempt to protect legitimate citizens from the criminals flowing over the border from Mexico.
The Democratic Underground is a push group for Gay Marriage.
“Grab a Mop”
I suggest you grab a shovel instead, because the BS is thick here.
“We understand exactly who and what got us into this mess. Now, we don’t mind cleaning it up… But don’t just stand there and say, ‘You’re not holding the mop right.’
“Instead of standing on the sidelines, why don’t you grab a mop? Help us clean up this mess and get America back on track!”
–President Barack Obama
Believe In Good
It’s good they believe this. I believe it’s good to be good, too! Was that as good for you, as it was for me? Good bless you.
And let’s finish up with an atheistic epiphany:
“You don’t need God – to hope, to care, to love, to live”
Well, I think we are all a bit richer for having for having sat at the feet of the august owners of this remarkable papered car. And that’s how Massachusetts became the way it is today. ~TD