Political Yard Signs Tell More Than a Candidate's Name

Political signs on private residential property are unlikely to sway undecided voters, but they do say something about the owners' personal values.  Lawn maintenance and general property upkeep also reflect one's values. After casually surveying my neighborhood during my daily jogging jaunts, I noticed a pattern:  Unkempt lawns have more signs supporting Democrat candidates, whereas neat properties proudly sport signs favoring Republican candidates.  I work for a state agency on the left coast, and many cars in the parking lot are splattered with offensive decals.  Even though the agency touts diversity as its strongest asset, these metallic malcontents -- and I presume their owners -- aren't onboard.  They have succumbed to a mind-numbing acquiescence to liberal orthodoxy and groupthink. Almost all voted for "hope and change," some insist we "Fight the Man," and a couple pledge allegiance to radical outfit Code Pink. Most exhort "Forward," but incongruously...(Read Full Article)