Romney Protest in the La Jolla Sand

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Approximately 50 activists reportedly left a message in the sand for Mitt Romney on Saturday, October 20 in La Jolla.

With the days counting down to the presidential elections, some politically inclined beachgoers wrote out in big block letters of dried kelp, "I LOVE TAX DODGING" right in front of the Dunemere Drive home of the GOP nominee. They also placed a picture of Romney with a red line drawn through the photo at the top of their sandy statement.

One participant named Martha Sullivan told 10News that Romney "pays less [taxes] than most working families do," The group was also upset by Romney's approach to economic policy. "It's this trickle-down economics that has been proven to not work," Sullivan said. "If it had, we wouldn't be where we're at right now."

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