The other day, I spotted a car with a rather intriguing bumper sticker. The driver was going to the same store I was, and I took a closer look to confirm my suspicions.
It said “Israeli Crowd Control” under a picture of a bullet.
At the bottom was the URL for the Electronic Intifadah (the pro-Palestinian terrorists group).
I didn’t confront the woman, but I wish I had. That sticker insulted and offended me no end.
But sometimes the best revenge is to simply respond in kind. So I was thinking of what might be an appropriate response to that “Israeli Crowd Control” picture of a bullet. Several sprang to mind, but three stuck out:
1) http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=181370&contrassID=1&subContrassID=0&sbSubContrassID=0, titled “Palestinian Day Care:”
2) This picture, , titled “Palestinian Public Transportation.”
3) This picture, labeled “Slain enemy of the Palestinian People.”
Any other suggestions?