Most Of Us Guys Were Already Thinking It

But Robb went and put it on a bumper sticker.

12 Responses to “Most Of Us Guys Were Already Thinking It”

  1. Robb Allen says:

    That’s really pathetic.

    Don’t encourage that guy with links.

  2. OrangeNeckInNY says:


  3. steve says:

    Robb isn’t the only one.


  4. Kathy says:

    I don’t that that reducing her to *ilf is an appropriate choice. It’s disgusting and crude.

    I’d like to hope that it’s not part of the McCain game plan.

  5. Robb Allen says:

    Kathy, you can rest assured it’s done in jest.

  6. Matt says:

    That’s a good one, I like it. Just what I was thinking and many others.

    Were can I get that sticker:)

  7. Robb Allen says:

    Matt, it’s for sale (just follow the link!)

    Seems to be a pretty hot item right now. I’m just waiting to see a photograph of it on someone’s car!

  8. Matt says:

    That makes it even better. I did not know that it was actually for sale. I thought it was really a Joke.

  9. Carl in Chicago says:

    Tasteless …

    You people still in ninth grade? I guess anything goes these days … the liberals will be proud.

  10. Robb Allen says:

    No, Carl, I happen to have been out of school for many, many years. Yes, it’s lowbrow, yes some people will get offended, no I don’t particularly care. Oddly, a lot of people seem to think they’re great and are buying them. I never realized I could actually make money off of bumper stickers!

    To each his own, and I won’t deride you for not liking the image. In fact, I had a hard time posting it and almost didn’t because I actually respect Mrs. Palin greatly (and I knew about her well before McCain ever even mentioned her name).

    As for the liberals, yes, I am proud. I’m proud to support someone who values our rights and is the kind of person who fights for smaller government and fights against corruption, all of which benefit our liberties and freedoms.

  11. Carl in Chicago says:

    Well Robb, sometimes I too struggle to resist doing the wrong thing. But I usually manage to resist, particularly when it comes to disrespecting someone I don’t know, and especially when that person is likely to react negatively. Do you think Sarah would like your sticker? I know you don’t care what I think … do you care what she thinks?

    And as for the liberals, you know what I meant … that they’d be proud of your tasteless art, and proud of your anything-goes attitude.

    I’m not trying to make this personal, I just think your sticker is disrespectful and inappropriate. Those are my two cents, which are worth less than that.

  12. Robb Allen says:

    No Carl, your opinion is valid and worth plenty. I respect your opinion because you are delivering it without insults.

    What would Mrs. Palin think? I hope she can do like I do and laugh it off. Crude, yes, but a compliment nonetheless. Besides, if someone using a crass term to describe her looks is all it takes to set her off, then the title of VP is too much for her. She’s going to have to accept there will be worse things said about her than rude compliments.

    Don’t read too far into it. I do not have an anything-goes attitude, not by a long shot. I do have a dark sense of humor, nothing more, nothing less.

    Please, do not dare keep your thoughts to yourself. Otherwise we’ll all exist in an echo chamber and become like those we dislike.