Election signs were taken down 

A few of my signs were taken down, three out of five to be correct


It’s this time again and as a conscious citizen I did my duty, and not only voted, but also helped the party with the most noble ideas to get elected; the party of my choice was the socialist party as many people call it, the party with an ideology that gave us all medicare, free education, police protection, old age pension and human rights and on and on I could go with things we take for granted.

So I thought doing my duty was doing a good thing and I also knew it to be perfectly legal to put up some election signs of the party of my choice. However, a few of my signs were taken down, three out of five to be correct; there must be somebody out there who does not agree with all the good things socialism has brought us, so be it, after all we live in a democracy.

Thanks for taking the signs down, you saved me some work, but i will continue to support what I believe is the right thing to do.


Frank Lehmann



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