Sunday, January 29, 2012

A yellow Republican car

18 comments:

EG Wow said...

Gee, Lowell. What gave you the idea this car is owned by a Republican?

Abraham Lincoln said...

I got a whole book out today that is filled with valuable information if you are a Republican.

Dictionary of Republicans is the title.

I noticed in it that the "Second Coming" was George W. Bush in 2004.

Olivier said...

une vraie voiture publicitaire ;)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

From the news, it sounds like you are being bombarded with TV ads, and this car adds to it.

Randy said...

Not a very conservative color. Good capture!

JDS said...

The Gadsden Flag ("don't tread on me") should be non-partisan, but sadly, isn't. In my opinion.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shot of the car. All space is used up.

cieldequimper said...

Isn't yellow s'posed to be a fresh colour?

Bibi said...

This is the 'patriotic' (?) counterpart of this post of yours.

JM said...

Isn't there a Jesus sticker either among all those? :-)

David Thomas said...

I just found a blog that would welcome this photo. It's called Mellow Yellow Monday. http://mellowyellowmonday.blogspot.com/ . Check it out. Yellow is such a cool color. Very safe too on a car. Probably a bit less safe in Florida with all those stickers though... .

Jarart said...

I have found that folks who plaster their opinion all over their vehicle really, really don't want to hear any one else's opinion unless it is just like theirs.

Bergson said...

In France, the political thoughts of the owner would be covered

RedPat said...

I am always amazed at people who plaster their cars with such stickers!

Steffe said...

Scary.

Halcyon said...

Interesting. Looks like a strange taxi or something!

Karl said...

The car looks very good, was the owner paid for all those advertisments?

Taken For Granted said...

Some people like to express their beliefs on their cars. This is an extreme example. Great find.

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