Eggleston also feels he's being a victim because there are other signs in the neighborhood—political signs that no one's asked for to be taken down.
Saahir said those homeowners have received similar letters to take down their signs, but short of police showing up or a court order, Eggleston said he won't be taking down his soldier.
"I'm going to leave it up until somebody of a higher authority than a homeowner's president tells me to take it down."
Like I was saying a few months ago here, HOAs aren't viewed by some as legitimate forms of local government but rather nebbish neighbors with too much time on their hands. And more bad media coverage for Privatopia in this latest kerfuffle over patriotic displays. Film at 10.