Sunday, November 4, 2012

4 men arrested in Perrysburg for stealing Romney signs while driving sheet metal union truck | cleveland.com

Click title for link to see what happens in another place if you steal political signs.  I'd just like to note that there are very few Stafford signs left in the city and much random placement of McVoy signs in their place.  In walking neighborhoods, many times McVoy signs are planted on properties with vacant houses or ones without registered voters in them.

Character is determined by what you do when you think no one is watching.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can we please just not have the signs at all? If people are still undecided, or influenced by yard signs, then God help us all...

Marko

Betty said...

Well, the Obama sign in my front yard was stolen about 48 hours after I put it up.

John said...

In my hood, the Stafford signs out-number McVoy by a noticeable margin, and have stayed that way.
A few went down during the Sandy winds, but all in all, the 4-5 block area I walk my hounds around remain Stafford and Obama.

Oh yeah...., the wigged sign-stealer's from a few yrs. ago have maintained a very low profile this cycle, with their car stripped of all stickers and no signage in their patch..........

John @ 4th & K

Michael M said...

Hya, Dear Blogmaster, think it's time to repost the "Kalamata Treatise" again. Just for old times sake.

Lazyland said...

All the polls had a plethora of signs for both commission candidates, but there were stories of stolen residential signs for both candidates. This always seems to happen, and I doubt it's by anyone associated closely with either side. Campaigners know signs don't vote, and save their energy for next time.

Sam Goodstein