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Desecrating political signs do not belong to the public

Editor:

I was relieved to read “People must not abuse their right to freedom of speech.” (((Reading Eagle, September 10th).

I fully agree that every citizen of this country has the unique right to say whatever he or she wants. Flags and posters that display blasphemous expressions are certainly not needed to show your contempt.

We often see flags proclaiming profane acts against the president. What kind of example is this for elementary school students who take a bus every day at such a house? So how can you correct your child to be free to use this language?

We are a country of divided political sentiment, which is to be expected. We must not look down on other people and expect or tolerate them in a manner that is not polite. We are not enemies of each other, and we need to come together as citizens of the one country in which we live.

Joanne Zieger-Kosloski
South Heidelberg Township

Desecrating political signs do not belong to the public

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