If we all believed change was real…

We’d take down our partisan political signs and replace them with flags.

Change we can believe in, begins with change in ourselves.

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In the 'burg
In the 'burg

Amen.

Drexel Dave

Does this mean you wholeheartedly support the ideaology of nationalism Dafit?

PhotoJim

You’re correct David. Your guy won, what’s done is done. Time to make the best of it and work together. Holding on to anger and resentment has never produced positive results for anyone.

Seth

I was told by many Bush supporters in 2000 and 2004 that “If you don’t like the President, then move to France!”

Time for a LOT of people I know to eat their own dog food.

In the 'burg
In the 'burg

“Time for a LOT of people I know to eat their own dog food.”

…but all in the spirit of reconciliation and goodwill, of course. Right, Seth?

And while we’re on the topic:

I’m told there’s a certain octogenarian in Cleveland that David should go hug, now that the election is over.
;-)

Rob

I pointed out my neighbors yard to my family Wednesday…no different to them…It was the Presidential Seal hanging where his McCain banner was hanging the night before…full bird at the field…my son’s have learned so much in the last 12 months, third and sixth graders.

I’ll take a picture Friday

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