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    Did your poodle also vote for Obama-Biden?

    Did your poodle also vote for Obama-Biden?

    Thanks to reader Joseph from Jacksonville, who spotted this vehicle in Alameda, California, while on vacation this summer:

    (Some background on the Texas Oil sticker in a prior post.)


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    Mutnodjmet | September 5, 2011 at 12:24 pm

    The poodle also has more humanity than the owner of that car. Talk about a bitter person clinging to such an unwholesome set of values, with little true compassion or tolerance for his/her fellow citizens.

      LukeHandCool in reply to Mutnodjmet. | September 5, 2011 at 12:33 pm

      You got that right!

      Our last dog, a German Shepherd named Sebastian, was such a sweet and gentle soul that I still feel guilty for not having found the time to play with him more.

      It really makes you wonder … when you’ve seen in a dog more decency than you find in so many people you come across in this world.

    Prius. Isn’t that Latin for: “Buy me so everyone knows you are a Stupid I[banned word]”?

    Bill Gannon | September 5, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    No. “Prius” in an ancient Mesopotamian word loosing saying “Yes, this car is slow and unwieldy, but it is ugly, too”.

    Parents get to express well-founded pride in their hard-working kid by displaying the “honor student” bumper sticker, plus it’s a great way of telling your kid that you’re proud of that particular achievement.

    The owner of this Pious tells us that those are stupid and ignorant sentiments, and also indicates that he or she owns an animal that never existed naturally anywhere on Earth and that likely eats as much food as three or four people in poor third-world countries.

    Those genes will end when poodle-owner dies. Darwin is vindicated once again. Life is good.

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