Seriously, what is this country coming to?
A little while back, I was talking to my dad and he mentioned that he had an extra “Trump for President” yard sign, and asked if I wanted it. Needing an excuse to get him here (I hadn’t yet delivered his birthday present, which was overdue at that point) and preferring Donald to Hillary anyhow, I accepted.
When he got to our house, the first thing he did was put it in our front yard.
I really didn’t pay that much attention, but I did notice that 2-3 days later it was gone. Missing. Vanished.
Seriously, is this country now so polarized that the only acceptable response to someone putting up a yard sign is to STEAL it? Cue the violins, Nero has a solo coming up . . . .
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I’ve heard a lot of this going on. At first I thought someone wanted to steal your Trump sign so they could put it in their yard and then I found out they are destroying them. One thing cool about Idaho and Washington, I’ve never seen a Hillary sign. However, today, I saw a vehicle all red white and blue and in big letters, very professionally painted, it said, “HILLARY FOR PRISONER.” I laughed my socks off! hahaha
You know she won’t even face charges as long as Obama is in office, and if she wins next month, she never will.
I like the idea of that mock sign!
I loved what Trump said last night, that he will not agree right now to accept the election results if he doesn’t win. I thought that was courageous of him to say that. I thought he did well last night, considering what he is up against…
There is some pretty ugly stuff going on right now and I wonder if it will only get worse regardless of the outcome of the election.
That’s why I made the snarky comment about the violins and Nero.
I missed that comment. What does that mean?
http://www.history.com/news/ask-history/did-nero-really-fiddle-while-rome-burned It was a reference to the popular myth that Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Plug in either of the candidates, and Washington, DC.
Thanks. I think I get it now. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”