The Supreme Court will soon decide whether or not the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles violated first amendment rights when they rejected a specialty license plate featuring the confederate flag. But this isn’t the first license plate design the Texas DMV has rejected. Check out some other rejected designs below.
DMV statement: Can’t put Budweiser logo on license plates, contains genitalia, promotes violence, too busy.
DMV statement: Not historically accurate.
DMV statement: Nope. Not factually accurate.
DMV statement: No! I mean come on guys, how could that be possible? Put a little thought into it!
DMV statement: No. Even if it became true I would still say no. We can’t celebrate the death and destruction of— you know what, this is a hypothetical and I’m not getting sucked in.
DMV Statement: Show me in The Bible where it says this.
DMV statement: I mean, it’s accurate, but it’s just so incredibly unpleasant. And it shouldn’t be a point of pride. I’m going to say no, but you’ve got grounds to appeal my decision. I hate my job.