Not my Flag!!!!!




 
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August 30th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 

Topic: Not my Flag!!!!!


I've posted pictures about the protest in New York...

http://www.military-quotes.com/forum...pic.php?t=3650

...but this one makes me very mad and everyone needs to see this.



You got a big US Flag on the street with a peace symbol, people walking all over it, and a nut case anti Bush/war protester standing in the middle of it.

Anyone who has even the slightest amount of pride in this country should be pissed off. And you know what, I bet those people aren't republicans.

My message to the far left...KISS MY
August 30th, 2004  
Uncle_Sam
 
 
Crazy Hippies, they make me sick!
August 30th, 2004  
Joe2
 
 
I used to get really pissed when I saw protestors against our government, but now I just smile and Thank God that i live in a country in which people can protest. I have dedicated my life and service to my country to protect the freedoms of these people, even if I disagree with evrything they say. Sure, I still get upset when they don't get the "full story" before they protest but I know in my heart the USA is still the best in the world!!

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August 30th, 2004  
sgtbreeden
 
 
Thats a fine view to have JOE2 but I must say it still pisses me off. Had I been present for this many of those people would have not walked away (unless they kicked my butt first).
August 30th, 2004  
GuyontheRight
 
This is inevitable. It is these people who push patriots like ourselves to harboring anti-American feelings, ad I readilly feel now against the liberal culture.

Freedom of Speech is one sided in the society we live In.
August 30th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
While this upsets me, I still respect their right to freedom of speech. If I were to disagree, I would like to be able to show my feelings also. Considering I am not that type of person, and I do support my country, I don't do that, but it is somewhat comforting to know that I can support my ideas on things.
August 30th, 2004  
GuyontheRight
 
It is events like this that have caused me to question the right of free speech...
August 30th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GuyontheRight
It is events like this that have caused me to question the right of free speech...
but wouldn't you want the right to protest if say, John Kerry made some idiotic decision? Wouldn't you burn brochuers, and if there were any, flags supporting that decision? They may not be symbols of our country to you, but to others, that might be the best thing they have ever heard of.
August 30th, 2004  
GuyontheRight
 
Quote:
but wouldn't you want the right to protest if say, John Kerry made some idiotic decision? Wouldn't you burn brochuers, and if there were any, flags supporting that decision? They may not be symbols of our country to you, but to others, that might be the best thing they have ever heard of.
And what, get showed up by the liberal counter protesters? These idiots have no class, no respect for anything the Republican Party stands for. The, Id get universially denounced for my actions, while these radicals In the streets contunue their b******t. Ive been to conservative protests, nobody cares. Ive been censored my whole life, that is not free speech. Im sorry, but these are my experiences, and nobody's changing my opinions formed from them.
August 30th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GuyontheRight
It is events like this that have caused me to question the right of free speech...
It's more a matter of respect. I mean there are a lot of people, democrat and republican alike, who have quite a bit of pride in the American flag. I do not have a problem with them. The problem I have is that every time you see an American flag being desecrated, it's almost always coming from the far left. You would never see the right do such a thing. And right there in the middle of it, you got Jessie Jackson, Michael Moore and a rash of hollywood stars cheering the masses on.