Thursday, May 31, 2007

More Liberal Bumper-stickers

Coming into work this morning I saw another stupid, liberal bumper-sticker:

"Support Our Troops By Telling the Truth"

What does that mean? Can we define "truth?" To what "truth" is the owner of that car referring? Is it the the liberal "truth" that Bush lied? The liberal "truth" that the war is lost? The liberal "truth" that war solves nothing?

The great irony of the liberal bumper-sticker-displayers crying for troop support by "telling the truth," "bringing them home," etc. is that they don't support the troops because they don't support the troops' mission. They want to bring them home to score points against the stupid and hated W, and really don't care at all about the troops. Listening to liberals speak of the troops they actually regard them as country-boy-hicks (lots of Red-Staters) with retarded social views (no gays in the military, you know) who aren't smart enough to do anything else but carry a "gun" in the American Imperial Army . . . (Jean-Francois's "joke"). It makes me crazy that the troops have been so politicized by the Left in the service of the Left's political aspirations.


Scott said...

Bingo. If the Libs understood the troops at all, they would know that the very reason troops exist is to be deployed. We don't have an army so they can march in parades.

Two phrases that would make excellent bumper stickers for the other side:

Calling an illegal alien an "undocumented worker" is like calling a drug dealer an "unlicensed pharmacist."

Liberals hold us individually responsible for nothing but collectively responsible for everything.

Agricola said...


Thanks for your comment and thanks for reading. I got this quote today in the Patriot Post and it pretty much sums up your comment about no one's fault yet everybody's to blame.

"I think that we have failed them in our churches, our schools and
our government. And I certainly think the free market has failed.
We've all failed." —comrade Hilrya Rodhamovich Clintonov