It’s rare to see Romney bumper stickers in this sticker. But I saw one. A mini-van, if that says anything about the red state / blue state thingabajing and there’s this —
Young people may defer buying cars until the economy improves or they may live out their 20s in urban areas, but at some point they will have families, move to the suburbs and need vehicles, said Erich Merkle, Ford’s U.S. sales analyst.
“They might be able to hold off for a period of time,” said Merkle. “But Ford takes the long-term view — They are going to be around for a long time and they are going to purchase many, many new cars.”
The political fight is always fought in the realm of Suburbia fading out of blue Metro and into red exurbia. Or you can do what Rick Scott and other governors do and find ways to gut the votes in the urban.
More pointedly, the sticker was under another sticker which read… “One Nation Under God”. Any reason to assert such a premise?
I’ll be on the lookout to see if this is owned by a older guy (likely visiting) who was wearing a t-shirt of Commissar Obama, calling the President a Stalinist. Probably not — his bumper sticker would probably be blunter in assailing the president.