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The other day, at the Man Without Qualities blog, Robert Musil said that many, even most, Bush-Cheney supporters are afraid to put up bumper stickers or lawn signs for fear of having their cars or houses defaced. The problem is not symmetrical, he says. Stickers and signs for Kerry are widespread, even in Republican neighborhoods. And many liberals feel free to put up signs calling for violence or even death for Republican officials. I’m interested in whether Corner readers think all this is true. (Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for the link.)


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