People of all politics remove signs

I’d like to respond to the letter (“Don’t steal or block political signs,” Oct. 31) concerning political signs. On the weekend of the past gun show at the fairgrounds, I was getting ready to turn onto Warner heading west when I observed an older woman removing three of the gun show signs and tossing them into her car.

I was tempted to stop and confront her, but I called the fairgrounds instead and told them what happened. I was happy to see the gun show people replace the signs with an even bigger sign.

“Pot Calling the Kettle Black” — an expression that is said when one accuses another person of that which they are equally guilty of.

Randall Thomasson

Enumclaw

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