Posted 3:11 PM 10/17/2013 : Political Halloween decorations pop up across the U.S.
(WCNC) The seemingly quiet Weddington Chase neighborhood of Waxhaw is a community of families.
"When you drive through, everyone's playing football with their kids in the street or cutting their own grass" said John Mazur.
By the looks of Mazur's front yard, it's beginning to look a lot like Halloween. But look closer at the black, white and orange decorations and you'll see the spooky d?cor has a decidedly different message.
"[It reads] U.S. Economy rest in peace," said Mazu
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