Thursday, October 1, 2009

Another Household

Litchfield, Connecticut

I've been seeing these signs at pro-health care reform rallies and demonstrations, but was surprised to see one set up as a lawn sign. Thinking about it, I don't recall seeing lawn signs used to express a public opinion on a general issue. Mostly lawn signs support a specific political candidate or slate of candidates. Sometimes they'll support a specific election issue, like "vote YES on the school budget." Maybe a new trend.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where can we get these signs?

Carl said...

I think that one comes from HealthCareForAmericaNow--that's probably .org--MoveOn and others are also involved.