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Week of September 14, 2020

Week of September 14, 2020
Posted: Sep 17, 2020
Categories: Poll Questions
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Topic: Voicing Your Political Preferences

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9 comments on article "Week of September 14, 2020"

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R. Twombly, 9/19/2020 5:55 PM

I feel threatened and fear vandalism to my property and fear for my safety. I am afraid to put up yard signs for candidates. This is the first election I have ever felt this way.


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K.L. Shillock , 9/20/2020 1:55 AM

My yard signs are up including one saying Vote Republican. I do not feel any restraint in voicing my opinion. Let's all try to be more open and not one sided. You want to vote for Biden, that's your choice. You want to vote for Trump, that can be your choice. I hope my signs help you make your choice. You know where I stand but I'm open for conversation on the issues and we can agree on some.

If you must worry, worry about holding the majority in the Senate. Not going to matter much who holds the Presidency if majority control in the Senate is lost. Check and balance will be gone. Veto Power only goes so far. We, honestly, don't want the Executive Branch assuming more power.......things could get way out of balance. Think about it and speak up. KLS


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F. Feinberg, 9/25/2020 10:12 AM

I am proud to let others know I am a Conservative Republican. I love what Trump has accomplished during his 1st term and look forward to his reelection. I don't think that a lot of Dems have researched what a socialist America would be like. I wish they would educate themselves on where their "new Democratic Party" is going. They are such an angry group, it's almost impossible to have any kind of dialog with

the Dems that I have been around. They are very loud and aggressive, only wanting

to have their views heard. Unwilling to exchange views in a civil conversation. Not

even giving me the opportunity to voice my opinions, it's as if they stop talking they might hear something that may sway the way they think.....and they don't want that.


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C. Toomim, 9/25/2020 12:07 PM

Vandalism and violence are clear threats in my neighborhood. My husband won't let me put out yard signs, b/c he disagrees w/ me politically, but practically speaking, he is right.

In Feb. 2016, I put a Trump bumper sticker on my auto. Within a week, one of my tires was slashed. I continued to get slashed tires or nails in tires through 2018, even though I traded automobiles in June of 2017. This didn't happen to my husband who had/has, on his car, a bumper sticker for Dem candidate Jason Kander for Senate prior to the 2016 election.

Recently, several items worth over $200 were stolen off our front porch. Imagine what they would do if we put Trump signs up.


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R. Harding, 9/26/2020 2:22 PM

Democrats/Liberals are hateful people lacking respect for others and basic self-control. Most seem to act like 2-year olds, and their violent tantrums are nothing but divisive and destructive. Those not rioting, assaulting, setting fires, or looting are very combative and insanely hateful on Facebook and in newspaper letters.

Because of their vandalism, I am afraid to put any Trump or Republican stickers on my car, which is a nice Mercedes that I worked very hard to earn. But my husband won’t put anything on his basic Subaru either!

We do have a big Trump flag on our back deck, with great visibility from a pretty popular and busy town road. (our front yard is at the end of a residents only cul de sac, so no good visibility there)

I received a threatening about the big Trump flag from a local nutty democrat.

But we have ring video set up recording our backyard, and motion sensor lights, and an alert- so...

HAHA


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buyessays, 10/6/2020 4:07 AM

Speaking of political theatre and the lack of political education (most students don't get it at all in colleges). Hamartia comes to mind. He had an opportunity to humanize himself. Akin to the missed opportunity to rise to the occasion with the pandemic. He spent the same energy evading it. He has a skewed definition of weakness.

Scott Kemp


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8 ball pool, 10/20/2020 4:40 AM

I think nothing!


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