Home » politics » Things Not Worth Doing: One of a Series

Things Not Worth Doing: One of a Series

Do You Know Anyone Whose Opinion Was Changed by One?

Do You Know Anyone Whose Opinion Was Changed by One?

I have always wondered why people are so willing to advertise their political opinions, especially by sticking bumper stickers on their cars. I can think of at least three reasons why this is not such a good idea:

  1. There are parts of town where I would not like to advertise my political beliefs, such as in Orange or San Diego Counties. My car is not a new one, but at least it still runs for now.
  2. IIt is distinctively possible that your favorite candidate could turn out to be an unregenerate louse. After all, why would someone want to go into politics any more unless one is on a power trip? (It didn’t used to be that way, but it is today.)
  3. Bumper stickers are a lot like tattoos: They’re a lot easier to apply than to remove.

As for myself, this blog is my bumper sticker. If, after reading it, you think I am a political conservative, you must not have read it very carefully.

 

2 thoughts on “Things Not Worth Doing: One of a Series

  1. Pingback: Things Not Worth Doing: One of a Series

  2. Actually I’m glad they do that. Whenever I start feeling hopeful about the possibility of increasing intelligence among my fellow Americans, I just go out and drive around a bit. Thanks to bumper stickers, I am quickly restored to the reality of the situation–Not yet! Not yet!

Comments are closed.