Because when you put a sign up next to a freeway, people will read it until somebody takes it down.
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WOW, seeing all these signs gives one some hope. It was also great that on my ride into work I saw no less than 3 impeach signs and only 1 was mine.
Great to see all of these signs. And wamland, that's very encoruaging that at least one sign still remained today, over 1 day after we they went up. BTW, a friend of ours came up yesterday from DC and said she had seen a couple of signs on 95. I imagine at least one was ours.
I saw more than half my signs in Marin and Sonoma still up after two days, including a couple that Couldn't Be Missed. That's half a million readers right there.It amazes me that everybody doesn't do this all the time.
Very Inspiring...thank you....
Scarlett:Both of my signs stayed up for 24 hours+My thoughts on sign taker-downers:1. They like the war.2. They enjoy being lied to.3. They totally litter (found one sign ripped to bits in the middle of a street - I cleaned it up.)4. Painting a flag on the back of my sign was not the kryptonite I'd hoped for.5. They are wrong, know it and fear exposure.6. They didn't think that 2,642 troops were killed as of September 3, 2006 should be shared with anyone.7. Just plain mean.
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