For example, bumper stickers or yard signs. I just recently had my first incident with political sign vandalism when someone took a black sharpie marker to my bumper sticker while I was at work. I didn't think it was a particularly charged bumper sticker as it was the most basic possible one for my candidate of choice. But this particular brand of political bickering just illustrates how heated politics have become. No one should fear speaking their mind, least of all on a bumper sticker. Defacing someone else's property is just petty and proves you shouldn't have a say in politics.
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I don't see my political signs, or those of others, as attempts to manipulate or antagonize. It's our right to free speech. The people who attack that speech, and our property, are the antagonists.
Then I guess it's their right of free speech too!
It's their right to disagree with me, not to vandalize my property.