And I couldn't agree more. It's a worthy philosophy, striking the note of being willing to fight for freedom rather than acquiescing to a slave-master.
|The old church in 1902|
I don't need to see some slogan spray painted on those walls. And somehow I have a feeling that the owner of the wall we see above is not the person who wielded the can of spray lacquer.
I feel this way, and you might disagree, but graffiti vandalism is morally and esthetically wrong. If you have a burning desire to spray your thoughts (or Jefferson's) onto a brick wall, you ought to be the owner of the brick wall.
Otherwise, we can only wonder what TJ would have thought of this kind of defacement.