Every city has its political differences and that understandable in my opinion it happens to create some sort of balance in most cases. Boise is no different, people have their political views and sometimes you see the extremes on both sides of the equation however, Boise in general does a good job of respecting each others beliefs. "Boise kind" is a thing and that's why I'm so disappointed  that on the day where the Boise Pride Festivities are being announced the Pride flags have been ripped down. What ever happened to live and let live? Whatever happened to equality? Whatever happened to Boise kind?

 The BoisePrideFest facebook page made this statement in regards to the matter. "We are sad and disappointed to report that the Pride flags lining Harrison Blvd were ripped down. We are working on replacing them. If you would like to support this effort, please consider making a tax deductible donation."    

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