In my corner of Georgia ubiquitous yard signs read “We Believe” followed by a list of phrases, such as “Science is Real” and “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” and more.
I’ve come to realize that these signs need editorial improvement. Why are these phrases meekly couched as personal beliefs when they’re actually self-evident truths? Our Declaration of Independence doesn’t read “We believe …” but that “We hold these Truths to be self-evident …”
Duct tape or paint covering the “We Believe” is the edit needed by these sign owners, to better assert the message and underlying mutuality of these truths.