A neighbor just lately erected a big political banner stating clearly who he/she was voting for president within the election.
Though the signal didn’t symbolize my political leanings, I assumed it was the neighbor’s proper to announce their assist for this candidate.
Later, I walked by similar neighbor’s home and the signal was down. I hollered as much as who I assumed have been the residents of this residence: “Say, the place is your signal?” The proprietor proceeded to clarify he acquired hate mail and his home was “egged.” I expressed that though I didn’t share his political opinions he had each proper to erect an indication on his private property.
We are able to do higher however that is our political local weather.
— Karen Egan, Santa Cruz
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