Wednesday, April 27, 2016

A Right Wing Redneck Truck


Be sure to click on the photo to embiggen it and read more clearly these succinct and ignorant political expressions.

6 comments:

William Kendall said...

Whackjob.

Lois said...

Shaking my head. People like this are why we have a crazy person as our governor.

Linda said...

Whoa! I have never been a fan of seeing political or religious views exposed for all to see...you never know what could happen.

bill burke said...

One more crazy ignorant person.

In Russet Shadows said...

Yes, it must be crazy to not want to be taxed for simply existing. Yet that's what Obamacare does - it taxes people for failing to consume a product. I don't see any defense of such behavior, nor how the law was passed, nor the Supreme Court's risible defense of such. All I see here are ignorant leftists name-calling.

Lowell said...

To the guy in the brownish-red shadows: Obamacare is far from perfect but it's the best that could be done what with a recalcitrant Congress dominated by neanderthals who made clear in 2008 that they would do only one thing so long as Obama was president and that was to try to bring him down.

So, what you're saying is you don't want to be taxed for any service unless you personally benefit. Spoken like a true redneck. This must be your truck. Have you ever heard the term, "Commonwealth"? That's what the early colonists called their political experiments on these shores. In other words, we're in this together and that means we might have to share our resources with one another, in particular we might have to pay some money so that people without money can find it possible to live with a certain amount of dignity.

20 million people in this country now have health insurance under Obamacare. Obamacare does not benefit me at all but I'm happy to have a minute portion of my taxes pay for a program that benefits 20 million people - many of whom are children.

Government is not a business. It's not set up to make a profit. In this country our democracy has long established that those with more should give more. Unfortunately, that idea's been cast aside and so over the past several decades the rich have gotten richer and the poor poorer.

I'm sure glad that you refrain from name calling as while I'm glad to be called a leftist, I really take umbrage at the "ignorant" claim. That's the right-wing's territory!