In Lancaster, Pennsylvania Democratic City Council member Nelson Polite demanded that a baker remove photos of President Bush from his stand in Lancaster's farmers' market, saying the city needs a "healing period" following the bitterly contested presidential election.
According to the Associated Press, when the baker refused, Polite vowed to pursue a city ordinance that would ban all political items from public places in the city:
Polite said the photo offended city Democrats.
"I just feel that since it was a close election and the city's so divided, that we should have a healing period," Polite told the New Era of Lancaster.
I can just imagine the headlines had Republican official demanded the removal of a photo of a Democratic President.
At Blogs for Bush, Matt Margolis asks whether Democrats will protest history books that show President Bush's picture amongst all the other Presidents.