LINE A - Democrat Vandals in
11/04/14 - 11/05/14
Vandalism is a crime in most cities. Apparently
not in East Orange. Most cities have an ordinance or two against
posting signs on public property. Apparently not in East Orange.
Most cities also have ordinances against damaging public
property. Apparently not in East Orange. In fact, we don't even
know what is legal and what is illegal in East Orange because there are no on-line records of city
I took the first two photos on Election Day,
The above traffic light post was wide enough to
display two signs, one on each side. You can see remains of other
signs that have been torn off from the post, no doubt from past
elections, and you can see how it ruins the paint. That is also
evident on the electrical traffic light tower on the right of the
picture. No one ever does what is necessary to remove all traces
of the past signs- they are just torn off and left to decay. East
Orange used to be a beautiful city, but since the Democrats took
over, it has been going down hill. It probably has nothing to do
with the Democratic Party; it's just the timing. Look at Detroit.
The old traffic signal posts are one thing, but
these are brand new street lamps, paid for with TAXPAYER MONEY.
They are too thin to even reveal the entire message of most
posters, but that didn't stop the LINE A Democrats from attacking
them with their signage and cellophane packing tape. I think the
designers of these posts felt that the fluted edges, which give
the lamp posts a classy old-fashioned look (and made them more
expensive than plain lamp posts), would somehow deter vandals,
but they didn't count on Democrat vandals who don't care what
they destroy, as long as it is paid for with other peoples'
money- like the money from TAXPAYERS.
Once the election was over, there was a
half-hearted attempt to remove most of the signs, but this one
was right across from Old Sanford Street where the electioneering
was going on, and the sign remover just made it look worse and
more raggety, probably because it is in front of the Dollar Smart
store and they wanted to make a comment about Saving and
Stretching Your Dollars instead of giving it to them. While it is
true that they did take down most of the signs, go look at the
brand new fluted streetlight posts and see how much damage they
did in scratching them up and leaving gummy adhesive to adhere to
dust and debris. Be honest. Tell me if the posts looked better
the day before they were covered with LINE A Democrat
signs, or now, and if you have any hopes that some
member of the Democrat party will come along with adhesive
solvent to remove all traces of the damage they did.
Before I get scathing e-mails from Democrats
complaining that they aren't the only ones to blame, make sure
you send me a photo showing ANY posters from Republicans or any
other party besides the LINE A Democrats who participated in
election day vandalism and then maybe I'll pay attention.