Do you sport any of your political opinions on your vehicle?

Do you sport any of your political opinions on your vehicle?

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    Do you sport any of your political opinions on your vehicle?

    I commute about 60 miles to work every day, so I spend a lot of time on I83 in PA/MD and 695 in MD. I have made a habit of taking notice to the bumper stickers, etc on the cars.

    While I see LOTS of pro-Obama stickers (specifically in MD- of course) I have begun to see more anti-Obama and Pro-2A stuff lately.

    I was just wondering if you guys/gals post up your pride or keep it to yourselves.

    Feel free to post pics if you like. I've toyed with the idea of rocking one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlebr4d View Post
    I commute about 60 miles to work every day, so I spend a lot of time on I83 in PA/MD and 695 in MD. I have made a habit of taking notice to the bumper stickers, etc on the cars.

    While I see LOTS of pro-Obama stickers (specifically in MD- of course) I have begun to see more anti-Obama and Pro-2A stuff lately.

    I was just wondering if you guys/gals post up your pride or keep it to yourselves.

    Feel free to post pics if you like. I've toyed with the idea of rocking one of these.

    I do show some of my politics on my vehicles, my combat and military exp and pro 2a, I still haven't found a anti Obama sticker that I like enough...soon though!
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    I don't like having any stickers on my car, no matter how "removable/paint safe" they are, the Florida sun will eventually destroy them and damage my paint along with them.

    I have also seen people get mad at the message on someones bumper sticker and kick or otherwise damage said car as they walked by in a parking lot. Even something as simple as yanking the sticker off could take a strip of paint with it. I like my car and prefer not to paint a bulls-eye on it.

    But the truck in the picture above looks like it's already beat to hell, so it may not be an issue for its owner. LOL!
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    None currently. I've been thinking about adding a anti-obama sticker, but as much as I want to, I won't do pro 2a anything. I'm on the fence about anti-obama one as well. Sadly, I do see a bit of pro-obama stickers.

    I don't do pro2a anything for the same reason I conceal. The whole "grey man" thing. I don't want to advertise I have weapon(s) on me, wich I wonder if people would assume Im pro2a if Im anti-obama. That said, I do have three stickers supporting my tattoo artists shop (Who incidently , carries a Glock.)

    EDITED: They are on the rear windsheild of my pickup, so their easy to remove.
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    I don't put bumper stickers on my vehicles. Guns, what guns?

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    A small American flag sticker in the rear window.

    That's it... that's all that's needed.
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    Advertising my status as a furriner isn't generally good security practice. I dad have 2d Bn window sticker on my truck for a while though - I figured the post access ID decal in the window was already a giveaway...
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    I don't put stickers on my car for fear of alien abduction or kidnapping by evil clowns.

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    The only sticker on my Jeep is a Rubicon Express one that was there when I bought it used. That's probably how it's going to stay. I certainly don't want to advertise 2A on it because I have a soft-top and, as I found out last week, it's very easy for people to get into. Luckily they only stole an old shift knob and a package of sunflower seeds (note to self: keep a package in there laced with laxative) but I'd certainly not like to give people more reason to want a look inside.
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    No bumper stickers. Just my vanity plate....
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    No stickers. I dont feel anything should be adhered to any vehicle. I scraped the dealer name off my tailgate when I bought my truck. Just a little O.C.D. about that. ;)
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    I only put "stickers" on the rear cap window on the truck...so they can be easily scrapped off...

    From left to right, I have an Air Force Sticker and an AFA (Air Force Association) sticker...I have a Blue Star sticker (my son has done two combat tours and is preparing for his third)...my Alma mater sticker...my daughter's Alma mater sticker...a Mustang Club of America Sticker and a little Apple sticker...

    Along the top of the cap window is my USAF Retired sticker...
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    Just my soccer team crest and an little american flag. I like that DTOM snake though.
    I can be a jackass at times. If someone has a political sticker or sports team I don't agree with then I sometimes don't let them into traffic or what-not. Just being truthful here.

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    Don't believe in advertising politics or religion on a vehicle. It is just asking for some "hippie tree hugger" to say something stupid to me. I usually have my kids with me and don't need to bring any extra attention around for there sake.
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    for the record I never mess with a car with kids in it or women.

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