Opinions told through signs

EMILY ANDERSON/The Daily Sentinel
lincoln park was full of signs on Saturday, as protesters made their opinions about President Obama’s health care reform plan largely evident.



By EMILY ANDERSON
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Protesters brought their views to Lincoln Park Saturday morning, in many cases spelled out clearly on signs.

Among the red, white and blue

T-shirts, Old Glories and Don’t Tread on Me flags were poster board slogans with messages such as “Send members of Congress to UK or France for their health care,”

“Obama robbery in progress,” “I’m a mob and I’m angry,” and “Obama: We say no to Obummercare. It sucks.”

Although few volunteered to give their names or explain their signs, a few protesters made their presence known with multiple signs printed with multiple slogans. Dean VanGundy had an artist create nearly a dozen signs that he placed on the side of a truck. A man from Loveland carried four signs at once.

Other slogans spotted in the crowd included, “Socialism: The equal distribution of misery,” “Illegals pay no taxes under Obamacare,” and “Hands off health care.”


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