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Dearly beloved, we gather here to forget discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

You know that guy who's been busy posting and re-posting "yes on 1" signs in various configurations, so that the effect comes across more like a graveyard than an effective campaign tool? Yea, well, it's worse than you think. It turns out that he's posted some of these signs behind what quite literally looks like a make-shift shallow grave:



Let's just hope that Schubert-Flint's duplicitous campaign strategy is what's buried under this dirt. Or actually, considering how shameful that strategy has been: Maybe it is the dirt!

**Fortunately, our side is on hand in the park with a much more tasteful display:


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Gotta love the No on 1 sign. If Maine is anything like Minnesota, where I grew up, residents respect hand-made signs a bit more than plant-it-and-forget-it placards that took absolutely no work to put up.

Posted by: Johan Baumeister | Nov 3, 2009 4:03:24 PM

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