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On the brighter side

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Dear Editor:I had one small sign on my Jeep that read, “Support Our Troops, Send Bush Home.” My sign was vandalized during broad daylight at my business in Glenwood Springs. Instead of being intimidated, I immediately made my sign bigger and better. I was fine with the one sign and would have had just one sign until the election. However, after the coward vandalized my car, I decided to get more involved. I now have signs on all four sides of my Jeep that are bigger and better than ever. I now come home from work and make signs for the upcoming election every night. I have just one message for the coward, vandal: “thank you!” I would have never been as involved as I am now without you. Tim KaufmanGlenwood Springs

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