For those of us who go about our daily business in Cheltenham Township and the surrounding area, we know firsthand of the relentless & horrible behavior when some of our neighbors discover that we are Republicans.

We witness it every time we go to our polls & vote on Election Days. Because we are steadfast & strong, we usually ignore the ugliness and go about our business. For some of us, however, we have reached our limit & no longer choose to volunteer at the polls out of concern for our safety.

All the while, our “No Hate” brothers & sisters deny the fact that they really are the judgmental & the prejudicial ones. Well, surprise, surprise!! The “ultra-conservative” Philadelphia Inquirer (sorry, I couldn’t help myself) has finally revealed the truth. For those like me who have experienced this boorish behavior firsthand, you will not be surprised by what you read.

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  1. Margaret Kaplan says

    We just received our Trump 2020 baseball hats in the mail!! My husband told me not to wear it…But I will!!
    Sad state of affairs.

    Margaret in Rydal

  2. Suzanne Hunter says

    Add Jenkintown to the first line. I experienced the rage & hate of my neighbor when he learned that I voted for Trump. He was so out of control, I was scared & afraid that he was going t hit me.

    • Carmen Reitano says

      If you believe there is no hate in Cheltenham towards the Republican Party, You are part of the problem.. It is especially exhibited during Election time and at the polls. I have a good time there greeting all the voters and thanking them for coming out to vote. The people that do not come out are the losers. It was probably their not voting that caused their favorite person or party to lose. When I greet some people they look like I just told them to F ^^^&& off. Amazing they are that way it, must be the Media, telling them what to think and how to act.

  3. Craig H Bird says

    The premise of this article is a solid foundation for further research and discussion. Let us address it responsibly and firmly.

    Craig Bird

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