Monday, October 16, 2006

What The Moonbat Left Does Not Understand

I read this story about a nurse who was suing because she got a ticket for having an obscene anti Bush sticker on her vehicle:
ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) -- A woman who was ticketed for having an obscene anti-Bush bumper sticker filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday against a county in the state of Georgia and its officials.

Denise Grier, 47, of Athens, Georgia, got a $100 ticket in March after a DeKalb County police officer spotted the bumper sticker, which read "I'm Tired Of All The BUSH**."

A DeKalb judge threw out the ticket in April because the state's lewd decal law that formed the basis for the ticket was ruled unconstitutional in 1990.

Grier is seeking damages from the county for "emotional distress," according to the lawsuit.
Interesting enough story but it reminded me of the time I was at the West Seattle street fair in the summer of 2004 and the 34th district Democrats had similar stickers in their booth. I asked one of the people who was at the booth if he thought those kinds of stickers were appropriate for a family event such as the street fair. The reaction was full blown Bush derangement syndrome. I told him the reason the Dems were going to lose in 2004 was because they do not see displaying stickers with profanity at a street fair with lots of children as being inappropriate. As I told him, there are a lot of people here who do not agree with President Bush but see this kind of display as something they do not want to be associated with.

I called the 34th district Democrats and left a message asking for someone to call back and also sent an email and never got a response.

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