Bumper Sticker Politics

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News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:


SANTA CRUZ, CA—Mandatory Tolerance, LLC is a Santa Cruz-based internet company that manufacturers bumper stickers, T-shirts, and other merchandise for the left, offering their goods and services on the free market in exchange for money in order to end capitalism.

Their latest product is a magnetic, reusable bumper sticker that you can switch between the slogans “Coexist” and “Resist!” depending on who the president is.

“If a liberal is in office, all is well—therefore, it’s time to use the Coexist sticker to remind people that we can all get along despite our differences,” said Lou Panderson, CEO of Mandatory Tolerance. “Once a Republican gets into office, it’s on: flip that baby over to RESIST! to show people you will not stop screaming at the sky until peace and order is restored in our land.”

The company will even email customers helpful “Coexist forecast reports” that tell you when it’s a good time to switch over.

“Honestly, it looks like we’re gonna have our stickers set to ‘Resist’ for at least another 5 or 6 years,” he said sadly.

Go here to read the rest.  My bride likes to put doodads on our cars, most non-political.  The only thing I can think of myself putting on one of our cars was a flag decal immediately after 9-11 in 2001.  I have always doubted the wisdom of sharing  political beliefs in traffic.  There is enough road rage already, and to spare.  As for the Co-Exist bumper sticker, my favorite take on it:



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