Monday, Oct. 22, 2012 | 2:02 a.m.
Regarding Thomas Mattingly’s letter, “Vandalism doesn’t help the campaign”:
I, too, am a Vietnam veteran and, like Mr. Mattingly, do not agree with vandalism to get a point across. However, his letter highlights something that I have been saying for a long time. When I see a bumper sticker for a Democrat, the vast number of them are on the bumpers or other painted surfaces. This makes it difficult or impossible to get them off without doing damage to the surface. When I see Republican stickers, they normally are on the glass and much easier to remove. I think this tells a lot about the backers of both parties.