Or the house egged, or worse? This is without doubt the single worst election that many of us have ever witnessed,
As Nov. 8 approaches, fewer people than usual are displaying their political affiliation via signs or stickers because tensions are running so high.
Some said they would worry about their car getting destroyed if they attached a political bumper sticker. Others said they’d be afraid of violence if they advertised support for Donald Trump because many in Massachusetts vote Democrat.
And it's not just folks in solidly-Democrat Massachusetts who live in fear of publicly supporting the "Republican" candidate; staff at Arizona Republic are getting death threats because, for the first time in 125 years, their editorial board endorsed a Democratic.
Here in the Pacific Northwest, The Oregonian decided not to endorse either candidate, prompting a barrage of spittle and drool from the ever-so-tolerant Willamette Valley Leftists. Oddly, conservatives - and even Republicans - didn't seem to give a rip about the decision of the editorial board. For some reason, the Lefties around here take umbrage at every perceived slight, and they're always on the lookout for something to get "outraged" over.
It's kind of interesting - they believe in "celebrating diversity" only as long as you agree with them.