Friday, January 14, 2005

Kerry Supporters are Lazy

Kerry supporters are lazy, evidenced by all of the Kerry/Edwards bumper stickers still stuck on Bay Area cars more than two months after the election.

Bush supporters might not be any better, but this same ultra-scientific measurement technique can't be used since there were never any Bush bumper stickers here to begin with.

6 comments:

tomw said...

Quite a bit diferent here. Although Kerry stickers outnumbered Bush by 60/40, at least 75% of those that remain are Bush stickers. (Actually they just read W). Most of those are on grotesquely huge SUVs. What is up with that? I don't understand the attraction to those vehicles, nor do I understand why most owners of them are conservative.

thc said...

Tom Dubya: Loads of SUVs in the Bay Area but hardly any conservatives. Explain that. And how do you know the political views of the drivers you see anyway?

Thanks for stopping by. Go Jayhawks! 54-46 as I post this.

Jimbobb2 said...

Bush/Cheney stickers are still a badge of pride here in Georgia...many are found on pick-ups with camo colors, gun racks & 4x4 drives. Of course this is the state where most thought Deliverance was a love story. I've noticed almost every Lexus/Audi/Beemer hereabouts has a Kerry/Whatwashisname sticker.

thc said...

Perhaps California liberals leave the K/E stickers on so they can feel entitled to "I told you sos" if things don't go just perfectly for the next four years?

tomw said...

I'm sure SUVs are quite handy for trips to the ocean or the mountains. Not much of either around here. A classic example that we saw today (although I have no clue as to political leanings). A couple, who are both on the small side, with one MC sized child driving a Yukon. I don't get it. If an SUV is sporting both Bush and Brownback bumper stickers, I think I can make a fair guess as to their political persuasion.

thc said...

I thought conservatives only drove F150s. Silly me.