An open letter to the political sign thief

Not only is it illegal, but your actions say a lot about your character.

This is an open letter to the individual who took the Dr. Kim Schrier’s sign from my front yard. Not only did you take the professionally printed sign but also the one I hand made. As I stated on that one, it is illegal to remove political signs especially on private property, it is also a statement of you values personally. In case there are more than one of you, to refresh your memory I live in YbarS.

Your actions speak volumes about the character of those who are supporting Dr. Kim Schrier’s opponent and maybe this is the type of individuals that he attracts, God help us.

I’d like to see you have the courage to face me rather than sneak around in the dark to support your candidate, that’s a story in itself. You must be one of the 1 percent who doesn’t depend upon Social Security and Medicare to survive, but many of your neighbors do, and that is why I support Dr. Schrier. Why do you support her opponent?

Dan Carpita

Enumclaw

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