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Painting political messages

EDITOR:
Regarding Marian Cias’┬ácomments on painting political messages on the rocks, the last time I checked there are no rules for painting the rocks with whatever message you want to put on them (of course profanity should not be included!).

I view the rocks as an open forum for thoughts. I have no problem with political messages on the rocks whether they be anti Democrat or Republican or pro Democrat or Republican. This is called free speech and if someone does not like the message on the rocks they can choose to not look at them.

We should be thankful that we have the First Amendment in our Constitution so that we can say (and in this case post) what we think in public with no political persecution.

DON KARAS
El Dorado Hills

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Posted by on Aug 10 2014.
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