• fb_1187826142 avatar Wayne Posted: 1/25/2012 4:56am PST

    This may come as a surprise and shock to you hypocrites, but GAY PEOPLE buy and drive CARS too. 3 articles out of hundreds? We should have gotten more. As the signs say in the NYC subways, "If you don't like gay marriage, DON'T HAVE ONE!" If you don't want an "Equality" license plate, DON'T BUY ONE!

  • jag404 avatar jag404 Posted: 1/23/2012 11:26am PST

    "Please return the focus of the site to the issues that earned it such a good reputation over time and exercise your 1st amendment rights elsewhere, in a more relevant forum." Doesn't ge much more ironic or moronic than this statement

  • fb_1001015277 avatar John Posted: 1/19/2012 5:54pm PST

    How am I supposed to know that "SC EQUALITY" is talking about gay rights? Could be ADA rights, or women's rights, or African American rights. It seems a little tame and no one would notice except LGBT supporters.

    Anyway, LGBT already has the coolest symbol of all. It is the long thin rainbow bumper sticker. Of course, it also has the same subtle messaging.

  • cracovian avatar cracovian Posted: 3/19/2012 11:11am PDT

    This Indiana logo shows some colorful people who are stuck in the sewer and are crying out for help. The Nazis would approve :-)

  • cracovian avatar cracovian Posted: 3/20/2012 6:55am PDT

    C'mon - it is a bad looking logo! A circle of friends then? 2+4 family? What is it supposed to be?

  • fstncln avatar fstncln Posted: 1/20/2012 9:54am PST

    Aren't we getting enough politics already? Can't we just keep this "The CAR Connection" instead of it becoming "The LGBT Connection" on an increasingly frequent basis? I, and I suspect most others, look to this site for objective automotive news, not LGBT advocacy. The latter, IMHO, would be better suited to another site. Any defense that the three most recent articles in this vein were "automotive" in nature would be disingenuous at best. Clearly, there has been an effort to focus on LGBT issues as of late. Please return the focus of the site to the issues that earned it such a good reputation over time and exercise your 1st amendment rights elsewhere, in a more relevant forum. Please cut the politics, unless it's really about cars.