What a load of shit. Underfunded mandates! I would love to see a breakdown of the "criminals" in the el paso county jailhouse. How many people are in there for pot possession or speeding tickets?
I think they should be removed unless the driver of said vehicle shows in some manner how exactly they supported a troop. Say they didn't give five Airmen tickets for speeding or some other bs infraction, then they could place said sticker on their vehicle. That or they at least sent a care package. Putting a sticker on your car doesn't do anything to support troops. Never did anything for me, sorry (I'm a veteran).
How this sticker issue is based on shaky legal footwork, I have no idea and it sounds like removing them would just make the mechanics that installed them do more stupid work then they already have done.
How about this, instead of buying stupid stickers that make people feel better about themselves, why don't you just walk up to a military member and give him a dollar! I dare you!
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