Lancaster City, Pennsylvania, Councilman Nelson Polite wants David Stoltzfus to remove a photograph hanging in his baked-goods shop in the city's central market. "It should come down. This is a public market," said Polite. Is the photo sexually explicit? No, it's a portrait of President George W. Bush. "Bush didn't win here. It is like rubbing salt on a wound," Polite said. But Stoltzfus says he's not taking the photograph down. So Polite says he'll ask the city council to ban political items from city-owned property.
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