But it begs the question: Why aren’t voters showing their support with T-shirts, bumper stickers, and yard signs? Believe it or not, part of it might be fear. One Trump supporter was attacked with a crowbar for wearing a Trump T-shirt.
A T-shirt. Wrap your head around it for a minute.
I thought we had freedom of expression, the right to support whoever we want, but I guess it only applies if you’re backing the most politically correct candidate.
Incidents like that are chilling. No one should be afraid to say ‘I like this candidate,’ or ‘I like that candidate.’ No one’s going to agree with you 100 percent; no one ever does in an election year. It’s abundantly clear Americans aren’t happy with the two-party system and because of it, one third party candidate is slowly gaining ground.
Being the non-opinionated person that I am – [eyeroll] – I’ve told a couple of people they’re making a huge mistake voting for a certain candidate, but would I hurt them for it? Hell no. It’s just politics. Move on.
It is a bit eerie not seeing a plethora of lawn signs up and down the neighborhood streets. I almost miss those tacky election lawn signs.