'Morning Edition' Returns: Sign Wars Expecting a sneak attack, one Kerry supporter in Minnesota ran fishing line from his Kerry campaign sign to some wind chimes. He also coated the sign with Vaseline. Sure enough, the chimes rang out one night and the political sign stealers fled — except one — caught greasy handed.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Sign Wars

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Sign Wars

'Morning Edition' Returns: Sign Wars

'Morning Edition' Returns: Sign Wars

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Expecting a sneak attack, one Kerry supporter in Minnesota ran fishing line from his Kerry campaign sign to some wind chimes. He also coated the sign with Vaseline. Sure enough, the chimes rang out one night and the political sign stealers fled — except one — caught greasy handed.