More Safety Nazi Idiocy

Sunday, July 5, 2009
Posted in category Tyranny of the Masses

Susie Kessler couldn’t care less if she embarrasses her 16-year-old son, Donne, at least when it comes to his driving. Donne has to drive around with a big magnet on the back of his car that reads “Caution — Newly Licensed.” And if Kessler has her way, your teen driver is going to be embarrassed too. Through the nonprofit she founded, Caution and Courtesy Driver Alliance, the Kennesaw mom has sold about 15,000 of those magnets across the country. Now, working with a Georgia state senator inspired by her campaign, she plans to support a potential bill next session that would mandate use of such “Caution” magnets by all young drivers.

Susie Kessler thinks that her “oh-so-great” cutesy, little personal ideas should be forced on everyone else because that will make her feel darn good. She is a bored, brainless, busybody citizen-tyrant who is rotten to the core. Here’s Pathetic Bilge Central right here. These people have no clue whatsoever that their freedom ends at the nose of all other free individuals. This is a poster child example of the tyranny of the masses that I have talked about for so long.

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12 Responses to More Safety Nazi Idiocy

  1. Robin says:

    July 5th, 2009 at 8:28 pm

    This loopy harridan aims to force other people to act out her absurd emotional fantasy that three words on a magnet constitute a “shield” that will “protect” her baby from vehicular accidents. Her website simpers: ‘The CAUTION-NEWLY LICENSED® car magnet provides a “shield of protection” from other drivers and allows the teen to concentrate on the road. The magnet protects not only the inexperienced drivers, but also surrounding drivers.’ (No, lady, the magnet is your hoped-for means of ritually humiliating other people’s kids with the help of your fantasy husband, the STATE.)

  2. S.M. Oliva says:

    July 5th, 2009 at 9:24 pm

    The great thing about embarrassing your 16-year-old this way is that it’s much more likely he’ll become a regulator someday and project his resentment towards his mother against other people…

  3. Bruce says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 3:12 am

    Yeh, but Kessler has only scratched the surface…
    I propose more car magnets that further define who’s driving:


    Yes, it seems like a mighty fine idea to me.

  4. Steve says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 10:41 am

    I have been in accidents, because I wasn’t paying attention. It wasn’t because I was on the phone, listening to the radio, reading, eating, drinking or anything else, I just wasn’t concentration. Perhaps at magnet that says “CONCENTRATION REQUIRED”.

  5. Steve says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Should have read “I just wasn’t concentrating”.

  6. The Freeholder says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 11:42 am

    (Hm-m-m–Son of “Baby On Board”–and just as goofy.)

    I wonder if she has considered that there are a few deeply disturbed individuals out there who would actually use that notification to harass the newly-minted driver–tailgating, cutting them off, threatening movements–that sort of thing. If my kid were injured in such an incident, I know that the list of defendants in the civil suit would start with the driver of the other vehicle and end with her.

  7. jreb says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 12:28 pm


    No need for signs, sir, the medium is the message:

    CAUTION: LEFTIST FOOL DRIVING = Subaru in the fast lane doing 54 mph

    CAUTION: SUB 100 IQ DRIVING = Most of the US, given that mean IQ is about 98 now (seriously).

    CAUTION: ILLEGAL ALIEN DRIVING = Brand new Ford Explorer, with $1,200 custom rims, eight kids inside, three dents on outside (bought on credit).

    CAUTION: ENVIRO-WACKO DRIVING= Prius…doing 45 in the fast lane.

    CAUTION: HUFFPO SUBSCRIBER = Any or all of the above.

  8. Shannon says:

    July 6th, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    They have the same kind of thing in Ontario, where new young drivers put a sticker in the rear back window of their vehicle. To me, it only draws negative attention. I would rather spend my money on a liberty minded bumper sticker than one proclaiming me as a “dumb new driver.”

  9. Tom Osborne says:

    July 7th, 2009 at 2:14 am

    Yeah, right, the cause of teenage accidents is all the OTHER people on the road. Notice how so many of these fascist things start with either “protecting the kids”, or else “outlawing” them in some way or other? No wonder our nation is so screwed up, we’ve messed with the kids so much they grew up distorted.

  10. lelak says:

    July 14th, 2009 at 7:23 am

    Attaching “P Plates” to the cars of provisionally licensed drivers is just part of the drivers licensing system in Australia.

  11. Tracy says:

    September 3rd, 2009 at 5:12 pm

    I am backing a study where they said that the “CAUTION: Newly Licenced” sticker was useless, and better more, dangerous.

  12. Jennie says:

    September 3rd, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    I am a 16 year old “Newly Licenced” driver who is getting forced into having these stickers on my car. I know other drivers and I know how they will react to the stickers. They will tailgate for laughs, honk at for giggles, and worst of all, cause an accident due to their lack of concentration to the road and their complete comcentration on my funny stickers.

    How many lives have been saved…?


    How many lives have been taken…?

    Think about it, normal driving or taunting…which is more dangerous?

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