First, I should mention that "message signs" have long bugged me. I hate having signs nagging at me, telling me what to do, what to think, who to be. I once attended a warm, loving church. Then the pastor died of cancer, new people came in, and the day I knew the place had changed utterly was the day the message sign quit making announcements (Spaghetti dinner at 7 Wednesday) and started scolding me (Think it's hot here?). Yes, message signs make me break out in hives.
So, I'm driving by our former day care in this red, red state, and I see on the message sign what looks on first blush like an innocuous message:
Honor all our Presidents.
I suspect that if the owner had italicized letters, that "all" would have been in italics.
I got the sermon, Ms. Daycare.
As a person who likes to exercise the "freedoms" that our current White House resident is so fond of speechifying about, I particularly enjoy my freedom to think. So far this is not a crime. And I think that anyone who wants to receive honor must first act honorably.