July 21, 2004

PGH: Fair and Balanced?

This week’s Precision Guided Humor Assignment:

If a car has a "Bush Lied, People Died" bumper sticker on it, what other stickers should it have on it to make the car more fair and balanced?

There is always the obvious:

Moore Lied, Chicken Fried!

They could show a full realization of their intelligence:

(picture of someone flipping the bird) Why Yes, That Is My IQ

Or how they feel about the international community:

I also think that the UN should run our country!

An introspective on his astuteness:

Gullible Man Driving

A little self description:

Whiny Liberal On Board

Ah, a rational (for them) argument:

…And I Don’t Care What The Facts Say!

A better indication of mental acuity:


Who they really support, politically:

Saddam For President

More self-realization:

Arnold Was Right. I Am A Girly-Man.

A cry for help:

Please Don’t Beat Me!

Or, a true indication of why they think that way:

Why No. I Haven’t Taken My Medication Today.

Remember, they don’t want any one telling them what to think:

And Keep Your Hands Off Of My Tinfoil Hat!

Or they could try for eloquence:


More Liberal logic:

I Know What I Feel. And If I Feel It, It Must Be The Truth.

How moral relativism really works:

Of Course, There Is No Absolute Truth. But You Are Always Wrong.

More coherent thinking:

But without oil and gas, I couldn’t be able to drive around showing how much I hate Bush… but don’t try to confuse me with your LOGIC.

And a realization of what their vote could do:

And When Kerry Becomes President, I’ll Get To Trade My Car In For A Bicycle. And Learn French.

Posted by GEBIV at July 21, 2004 02:16 PM


My favorite was "Of Course, There Is No Absolute Truth. But You Are Always Wrong".

Mostly because I once actually had a college girl say to me, "there are no absolutes".

I missed the opportunity to ask her if she was "absolutely" sure about that :-/

Posted by: Harvey at July 22, 2004 10:27 AM

LOL! My fav is "Whiny Liberal on Board"--I'd love to have a stack of those to plaster on other people's cars at stop lights (only to make them fair and balanced, of course!)

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