A Warren, MI, pizzeria is exchanging free pizza in return for McCain campaign signs.
"Turn in your sign, get some free food," offers Diana Franzoni, owner of Salvatore's Pizzeria, the restaurant giving away the pizza. Still seething over the fact that McCain pulled out of the battleground state, she contends: "McCain gave up on Michigan, so you should give up on him."
Salvatore's, which has collected hundreds of signs in the past two weeks, has become the center of controversy. The pizza-sign exchange has led to many signs being stolen from supporters' front lawns. "You're putting a bounty on a McCain sign for a pizza," said one supporter whose sign was stolen. The McCain camp has admonished the offer as "wrong," saying that true McCain supporters would not be likely to give up their signs for free pizza.
Watch the video and let me know your take on it: Is the offer spirited and fun, or reminiscent of a nasty campaign?