Remember the election-themed Halloween display in suburban Dallas that the local media absurdly suggested was racist?
Predictably, it was destroyed by Obamunist vandals. But now for the good news:
Monday, Melissa [Cruson] started receiving calls and text messages from friends asking why she took the display down.
“We had numerous calls, numerous texts, asking what in the world happened, why is your display down?” she said. She discovered the heads of the characters were gone, signs were shredded, and an American flag was gone. Cruson reported the crime to Colleyville Police.
The same neighbors, curious about the displays demise though, were the first to encourage the family to put it back up. Cruson said people donated money for materials and offered to help with the construction.
The rebuilt display no longer features the Manchurian Moonbat and his henchman Joke Biden hanging in a spider web, but it still gets the point across.
Mitt Romney was rebuilt next to an empty chair, that had clown shoes and a nose attached to it. A large sign read “Thieves took the clowns, but the circus still remains.”
“We didn’t want anybody to think we took it down on our own because we believe in our rights to free speech and we believe in the message we were sending to begin with,” Cruson said.
Maybe America hasn’t been fundamentally transformed after all.
On a tip from Bob Roberts.