SEE IT: Politically incorrect and proud: Georgia sheriff defends controversial welcome sign BY Laurie Hanna NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, November 26, 2015, 4:11 AM They’re politically incorrect – and proud. A Georgia sheriff has said if you don’t like his politics, then you should leave. And now Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley has posted a sign outside his department building warning those who don’t agree to scram. "Warning: Harris County is politically incorrect,” the controversial sign reads, WSB-TV The sign has sparked controversy in Harris County. “We say: Merry Christmas, God Bless America and In God We Trust. We salute our troops and our flag. “If this offends you...LEAVE!" Defiant Jolley said he paid for the $553 sign himself because he wanted to show support for what he considers to be the "silent majority." Sheriff Mike Jolley and the new sign at the Harris County Sheriff's Department. We couldn't agree more sir! Posted by D&S Sign Company on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 "Are there some haters? Sure. I believe people would complain if they won a million dollars. They'd be mad if they had to pay taxes,” Jolley told WSBTV.com. “If it offends you, if the words on that truly offend you, maybe you're in the wrong place." And although Jolley insists he enjoys overwhelming support from the community, some residents have voiced their opposition. WSB-TV 2 Sheriff Mike Jolley defended his right to post the sign. "It's on taxpayer funded public property, and I'm a taxpayer. It certainly doesn't reflect my belief,” said local Peggy Roblyer. "This is Sheriff Jolley's 15 minutes of fame. He's not gonna do anything until somebody high up tells him to.” Harris County Manager Greg Wood admitted the county attorney does not believe the sign violates any laws.