Halloween sign challenge suffers setback

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      Larry Neely
      Larry Neely

      By Larry . . . On September 24, 2019, NARSOL engaged an attorney and filed a lawsuit a suit in the United States District Court for the Middle Distric
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      A Mistake They Made

      I guess if somebody smashed the sign as form of political protest it would be ok right?

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      If it were me, I would post a sign offering cocktail umbrellas saying “An additional and equally effective layer of protection from the Butts County Sheriff” with a picture of falling meteors right next to the sheriff’s.

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      Sheriff said you can be prosecuted for removing the sign’s…..
      Well it doesn’t say anything about defacing it So go buy a can of black spray paint or your favorite color and spray paint maybe the same color as your that it’ll match, there is another judge i forget where but he made the judgment that placing a sign like that because the case before him was about the Halloween signs in registrants yard. There’s precedence for Compelled Speech.

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      The right of way issue is meaningless. There is right of way along most peoples properties. Placing the sign on one or other side the sidewalk is irrelevant.

      However, from what I’m reading, you can simply tear down their sign as an act of legitimate protest, or place a sign immediately in front of theirs so as to completely obscure it.

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      Tim in WI

      Just remove the sign. End of story. Filing lawsuits is feckless in this contest.
      “Here’s your sign!” – J. Foxworthy

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        Dustin @ Tim inWI

        “Here’s you sign” is Bill Engval. Foxworthy is “… you might be a redneck.”

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      James mayfield

      I feel so bad for those guys, I hope that something like that doesn’t start spreading all over the country. The humiliation of having to live with a sign in your yard even for a day is horrendous. Is it possible to take this to higher courts and make it illegal?

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