Flag Day

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US Navy Jack

 

Democrats hate the American flag, but they have an affinity for the flags belonging to enemies of the United States and its people. You can ask yourself how this happened, but the answer is clear. They love to deface national monuments to people who built the country. How could anyone associate themselves with such contemptible curs?

EdB posted this flag, being raised by US Marines on Mt Suribachi on Iwo Jima during World War 2. A lot of brave men died so that the flag could fly. We fly our nation’s flag out of pride and recognition of the blood and treasure sacrificed for the freedoms that we enjoy. Democrats and enemies of the Republic cringe when they see the Betsy Ross Flag or the Gadsen Flag, and they positively despise the Navy Jack (above).

I remember traveling through Berlin several years ago and seeing only red Turkish flags flying over the city. This graphically explained to me who owned the place—or took ownership. As I travel through the American heartland, I see American flags everywhere.

Some people feel that sexual orientation flags are important – but where you put your parts is your affair. It’s a private matter.  I see Mexican flags in some neighborhoods – and understand who owns that place.

Flags matter.

God bless America

 

 

 

 

 

 

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18 thoughts on “Flag Day

  1. G-d Bless the United States of America; may our flag ever fly from sea to shining sea.
    (and that includes California, Oregon, and D.C.)

  2. I grew up in Waubeka, Wisconsin. Birthplace of Flag Day. As a boy scout, I would drive with my father to Stony Hill School and raise the flag Sunday morning and take it down before dark (or rain) when it was my month to do so.

    40 years later, I wear my American Flag tie every June 14 in a very liberal Minneapolis company. I get looks. Some smiles. Some sneers.

    But I tell the story of the flag that once bound us together as a nation and could still do so. And until I get out of Minneapolis (SOON), I will continue to do my best to do my duty to my God and my country. Honor demands nothing less.

    1. I wear my Navy Jack tie with an American flag pocket square in my suitcoat/sportcoat. I get more looks because I’m “dressed up” in Rural Arizona than the choice of tie. People assume that I’m selling something, headed for a funeral or a wedding, though I’m not doing any of the above. Thank you for your patriotism and for visiting the blog.

  3. All together now:

    I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

  4. When I posted that picture (disclaimer, I did not take the photo) I mentioned that those guys went to some effort to raise it.
    Much more than would be required for my neighbors to raise theirs.

  5. We fly a Tea stained Betsy Ross here, its lit at night and looks really good on this particular Flag day for some reason.

  6. Yes, fly the flag. But why would anyone fly the Troon flag? What kind of homeland is that?

    Dammit, must report myself.

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