I apologize for not including a photo on this post which certainly deserves one. On the way to work this morning I spied a Ron Paul campaign sign stuck in the grass in the median between the Registrar's office and the Mayflower restaurant/Bel-Jean printing, etc.
1. I assume that this is against the law. IANAL (I am not a lawyer), but, clearly that little patch of grass is public property, and election campaign signs have no business there. Perhaps Adrian can enlighten us on this issue.
2. Feel free to follow up with your own post of a photo of the sign if you are so inclined. I will try to do it later on today if I have time but you may beat me to it.
3. An open letter to the Ron Paul supporter who thought it was appropriate to put the sign there: What the f***?! If you think that putting a campaign sign on public property is in agreement with Mr. Paul's old-school, Constitution-respecting conservative/libertarian politics, you are wrong. If you think that putting the sign there is going to win over anyone, you are doubly wrong. Also, Ron Paul is to the Republicans as Nader was to the Democrats. Love, Me.
That is all.