As my family happened to be driving along this road near Parker, Colorado, we couldn't avoid seeing the butt cheeks, the face of Donald Trump, and the large writing that read "Kiss this China" posted in a nearby field next to a wagon of flags. Of course, this made for a fun, assumptive discussion with my kids, which ended by explaining our rights to "freedom of speech."

Just a couple days later, Fox 31 reported that the display, including both the flags and the sign, had been damaged and that arson is suspected.

Now I've got another lesson for my kids: Just because you don't agree with what someone is saying doesn't mean you can act out.

Fox 31 reported:

The flags and sign are on property owned by the Clair Family. For the past three decades, the Clairs have posted flags and signs supporting the military and first-responders.

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