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    From Sarah:

    Spotted this bumper sticker in Redmond, WA today.

    Being a Jew from New England, the sight of Hebrew in an area with a noticeably scant Jewish population brought a pleasant twinge of familiarity…until I quickly realized its purpose. Then I just felt bad that this Jew could be so terribly confused.

    Not to mention that he’s not even sure which country he belongs to. But he’s sure of one thing: he loves his Highland Terrier.

    Bumper Sticker - Redmond WA - Hebrew

    Bumper Sticker - Redmond WA - Hebrew 2


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    Well, that was 2008 … Since then, he probably changed his mind and moved to Canada 🙂

    JohnC | March 6, 2013 at 7:24 am

    So what does it say exactly? I can’t read Hebrew.

    casualobserver | March 6, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Perhaps the fact that there is no ’12 sticker to complement the ’08 sticker tells a story itself….

    bb_959 | March 6, 2013 at 9:39 am

    He’s probably a Canadian citizen voting in the USA. I believe that cleared that up. I dropped my son off to vote (I already voted) and when I got to where he was in line in the last election, two ladies behind me fussed why I cut in line and I told them I was just keeping company with my son while he voted, they told me that I should vote again. During the campaigning, the Obama organization received money from a Pakistani IP address twice. So, we do have foreigners voting for American presidents.

    Mister Natural | March 7, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    it says ” Barak Obama

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