March 04, 2010

State Farm Sign

Catfish sent me this.


Posted by denny at March 4, 2010 10:27 PM  

I would buy my insurance from this guy.

Posted by: Alan on March 5, 2010 12:33 AM

Ditto Alan. I would be more than happy to pay Bud Gregg twice my premium for the fact that he holds to his convictions. That's worth it's weight in gold...

Posted by: CharlieDelta on March 5, 2010 01:50 AM

Just wait until the Political Correct Nazis at State Farm tell him to 86 the sign or lose his contract with them.

Can't offend the AssClown in Chief now, can we?

But, until then, good for Bud Gregg!

Posted by: John Galt on March 5, 2010 07:58 AM

Good for him. I already lost a couple of my clients because during the election, I put on my large, backlit yard sign notes regarding Obama, named my new black clinic cat Nobama and basically expressed my views of the socialist if the topic of politics came up. I would say 99+% were on my side, but a few told me they were offended, disappointed, pissed, you name it. Oh well, just another incident to prove lib/dims/socialists can't debate and are too thin skinned to objectively discuss issues. I hated seeing their money walk, but at the same time, less lib/dim/socialists on my property the better. Now that I've got a pistol on the premises protecting me, they'd probably have a coronary if they came in the front door.

Posted by: Rayvet on March 5, 2010 08:21 AM

Rayvet. You probably picked up more than you lost. Especially if you left the sign up.

Posted by: Navyvet on March 5, 2010 12:20 PM

That's the America I admire. Up front, short, and to the point. If you don't like it, buzz off.

Posted by: Claudia on March 5, 2010 01:32 PM

Navyvet, I didn't leave it up after the election because you know how bat shit crazy libs/dims/socialists are. I mean after all they are known to harm others as well as other's property if they don't agree with them, so I couldn't afford to do that with my property or my employees safety. However, it did endear many of them to me even more than they were before because I had the balls to post my thoughts on the sign with a very liberal college crowd just up the road a piece. Oh Yeah, the NRA stickers on my entrance and exit doors have gotten a lot of positive comments from clients as well. I have many military clients and once they realize what side of the aisle I reside, they tell me things that are crazy funny.

Posted by: Rayvet on March 5, 2010 04:07 PM

Had to check. It's real. His office is in Mandeville, a suburb of New Orleans.

Posted by: TalkinHorse on March 5, 2010 04:27 PM

This next election is shaping up to be a real barn burner! Used to vote democrat and then I learned to read!

Posted by: Mark@Bismarck on March 5, 2010 09:46 PM

I have a saying that has gotten quite a workout lately. When some tight ass PC lib says that this ot that offends them I just tell them "Being offended is the price you pay for living in a free country". Since they have to stop and think about that it usually shuts them up.

How bout the tight ass that sicked the cops on the Venus deMilo snow sculpture? I would have told the cop that my art was protected by the first amendment and that he was welcome to "unass my AO"

Posted by: Roger on March 5, 2010 10:45 PM

Rayvet. Understand. Since I attend college, I dont have a bumper sticker cause I sure as hell would get my car keyed. Unless of course it said, "Promote Communism"
Another great sign I heard about
"I would rather do business with 1,000 terrorists than 1 American serviceman" It was on a mortuary.

Posted by: navyvet on March 7, 2010 01:23 PM
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