Two weeks have come and gone and Tea Party activists in La Crosse don’t have the satisfaction they were after. And it may never come. Tea Party attorney Bernardo Cueto had outlined demands from the group to the town of Campbell regarding a controversial sign ordinance for the town’s interstate pedestrian bridge. The group wanted the town to immediately stop enforcing the ordinance. But also wanted a reply to their demands by no later than yesterday. But attorney Peder Arneson, who represents the town, says he hasn’t given the letter a second glance since it landed on his desk two weeks ago. The town’s ordinance outlaws any sign, banner, flag or any other display on the pedestrian overpass. The Tea Party group says the rule violates their exercise of free speech.