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Slap this under the wipers, If you see a car with an Obama bumber sticker!

Friday, September 21, 2012 1:55
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If you see a car with an Obama bumber sticker, slap this under the wipers!
09-20-2012 | Me

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 by Kevin in California

I think it’s time to fire of the printer for a mass printing. It’s gonna be fun to lurk off in the distance and watch the look on the face of the person(s) when they pull this off their windshields.:-)


 

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  • Geeper

    Yes, trolling and insulting people on Romney’s behalf will definitely help him win the election.

    *facepalm*

    • King of Shambhala

      No one saw the car was 696#.
      Incredible.
      About as freaky as Obama’s heaven-sent illinois Lottery draw of 666 on HIS election-day. (Obama’s FROM ILLINOIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

      • Geeper

        You mean “the day after his election”, but no the odds of seeing a number a bit like 666 in a four digit sequence are lower than the 1-in-500 chance of the Illinois lottery draw. If you’d have gasped “Incredible!” at a licence plate of 696*, *696, 666* or *666, that’s just a 40-in-10000 chance, so 1-in-250. Of 250 cars with this sort of licence plate, one will have a “freaky” one that looks a bit like 666.

      • King of Shambhala

        There’s no chance the world’s most powerful man be elected the same day as the lottery draw of 666.
        The odds say Obama’s the Antichrist.
        No odds could say otherwise and that’s it for always now; case closed totally.

      • Geeper

        “There’s no chance the world’s most powerful man be elected the same day as the lottery draw of 666.”

        With two three-digit lottery draws that day, there’s a 1-in-500 chance, you moron. A 1-in-500 chance is not “no chance”.

        CASE CLOSED TOTALLY TOTALLY NO TAG BACKS.

      • King of Shambhala

        >With two three-digit lottery draws that day, there’s a 1-in-500 chance, you moron. A 1-in-500 chance is not “no chance”.

        CASE CLOSED TOTALLY TOTALLY NO TAG BACKS.>

        The chances are 1 to 9 000 000

        Obama the Antichrist because no one will have that happen again.

        666 drawn the same day as the victory of the candidate to the US presidency (the most powerful man nin the world will no longer be the US president after OBAMA it’ll be someother president like the Russian, Chinese or Indian but not American like before Obama)

    • King of Shambhala

      Poor delicate little Obots.

      Trolling and insulting?

      Lol.

      • Geeper

        I’m not offended, this just seems such a misguided waste of energy if you want Obama to lose the election. You could spend that time flyering for Romney, or posting serious criticisms of Obama’s policies to people’s windshields, but no, you think it would be more productive to sarcastically insult them. This is stupid.

    • LedaOhio9

      HEY!!!
      You stole my ::face palm::

      I am such a trend setter…

  • King of Shambhala

    Trolls posting to the comments.

    What a waste of time.

    They’re driven by an agenda to be available to waste time like that, when they could be creating their own following; but no, nothing.

    • Geeper

      You have no idea what any of your readers do with the rest of their lives.

  • James Smith

    My letter would have said, Dear brain wash stupid propagandized TV news watching freak your an idiot for putting a bumper sticker of a known Treasonous Traitor for president and that makes you a complicit traitor and subject to death. Signed Patriot.

    • RAINSCRYPT

      hehe.. mine would say, “i keyed your car.”

    • King of Shambhala

      James Smith – RE -Sep 23, 2012, 7:29 am

      The Obama Bumper on your car is illegal. You will be abducted by Aliens very soon. Obama’s got no birth certificate: he’s an illegal undocumented alien so get ready an UFO will take you away now.

      • RAINSCRYPT

        i keyed your car

  • King of Shambhala

    “Your car has a sticker for Obama. He’s a foreign spy and will be executed by order from the Supreme Court who’s mission is to defend from enemies foreign and domestic – Obama’s both of those. The mission of the citizen is to defend the USA and the Constitution from liars like Obama.”

    • Geeper

      I keyed your car too.

      • RAINSCRYPT

        heheh.. time for a new paint job, eh, king?

    • King of Shambhala

      http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2008/11/15/is-obama-the-antichrist.html

      Is Obama the Antichrist?
      Nov 14, 2008 7:00 PM EST
      The winning lottery number in Illinois was 666, which, as everyone knows, is the sign of the Beast.

      On Nov. 5, Todd Strandberg was at his desk, fielding E-mails from around the world. As the editor and founder of RaptureReady.com, his job is to track current events and link them to biblical prophecy in hopes of maintaining his status as “the eBay of prophecy,” the best source online for predictions and calculations concerning the end of the world. Already Barack Obama had drawn the attention of apocalypse watchers after an anonymous e-mail circulated among conservative Christians in October implying that he was the Antichrist. Former “Saturday Night Live” ingénue Victoria Jackson fueled the fire when, according to news reports, she wrote on her Web site that Obama “bears traits that resemble the anti-Christ.” Now Strandberg was receiving up-to-the-minute news from his constituents in Illinois. One of the winning lottery numbers in the president-elect’s home state was 666— which, as everyone knows, is the sign of the Beast (also known as the Antichrist). “It is very eerie, and I take it for a sign as to who he really is,” wrote one of Strandberg’s correspondents.

      Ever since Jesus Christ was crucified and, according to the Gospels, rose again in glory, his followers have been anticipating the end of history—the time when their Lord will return to earth and reign for a thousand years. The question has always been when. Most Christians don’t worry about the end too much; it’s an abstract concept, a theological puzzle for late-night pondering. A few, however, have always believed that it is coming—and soon. Millennialist movements, as they’re called, gain prominence especially when the world grows chaotic, during wars and at the turn of every century. According to a 2006 study by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, a third of white evangelicals believe the world will end in their lifetimes. These mostly conservative Christians believe a great battle is imminent. After years of tribulation—natural disasters, other cataclysms (such as the collapse of financial markets)—God’s armies will vanquish armies led by the Antichrist himself. He will be a sweet-talking world leader who gathers governments and economies under his command to further his own evil agenda. In this world view, “the spread of secular progressive ideas is a prelude to the enslavement of mankind,” explains Richard Landes, former director of the Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University.

      No wonder, then, that Obama triggers such fear in the hearts of America’s millennialist Christians. Mat Staver, dean of Liberty University’s law school, says he does not believe Obama is the Antichrist, but he can see how others might. Obama’s own use of religious rhetoric belies his liberal positions on abortion and traditional marriage, Staver says, positions that “religious conservatives believe will threaten their freedom.” The people who believe Obama is the Antichrist are perhaps jumping to conclusions, but they’re not nuts: “They are expressing a concern and a fear that is widely shared,” Staver says.

      Before Christ comes again, those who are saved will ascend to heaven, according to this end-times theology, in a huge, upward whoosh called the Rapture. Strandberg is so certain that the Rapture is coming, he’s bought a number of Internet addresses in addition to RaptureReady: AntiAntichrist, Tribulationus and RaptureMe. In the event that RaptureReady crashes during the apocalypse, anyone who needs an update will, with a simple Google search, be able to get one. Strandberg says Obama probably isn’t the Antichrist, but he’s watching the president-elect carefully. On his Web site, he has something called the Rapture Index, a calculation based on signs and prophecy of the proximity of the end. According to Strandberg, any number over 160 means “fasten your seat belts.” Obama’s win pushed the index to 161.

      • Geeper

        I keyed your car again.

      • King of Shambhala

        Don’t feed the trolls.

        The repeat post the same things for the same result.

        Ignore them; they’re like “Energizer Bunnies” over and over.

      • King of Shambhala

        They’re not here for civil exchange but for provocation: they’re trolls.

        The definition of a troll is to thrive on aggression; Obama knows he can count on that sort of low-quality being, because there are more of those than good quality beings in the world and he can count on many of the low-type people like trolls: they’re a penny-a-dozen.

        People like me who stand up against evil are very rare indeed and even against a pay I’d not work for Obama.

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