I've noticed that when multiple GOP signs are placed in yards, they are precisely spaced and aligned. They march in place in an orderly line - kind of like robots. On the other hand, Democratic candidate signs are haphazard like a random group of people milling around, talking, exchanging ideas. They appear to be dynamic and full of energy. I think this says something about how the two groups think and what they stand for.
Take for example the local state representative race in the 42nd District between Jason Overstreet, R., and Natalie McClendon, D. I find Jason marches in place and stays in line, but doesn't go anywhere. Nothing gets done. The status quo remains. No new ideas, just the same old worn-out rhetoric. All talk, no action.
On the other hand, I believe Natalie McClendon is on the move. She has talked with hundreds of our local citizens and she understands our values and our concerns. She is ready and willing to move forward. She has ideas, solutions and the guts to get things done.
So my fellow voters, do you want to stagnate, march in place, and continue to be duped into calling that "good enough"?
Or are you ready to move forward, implement workable solutions, and get things done? If you are ready to roll, ready to move forward, ready to get problems solved, get ready to vote for Natalie McClendon, state representative for the 42nd District.