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Break it to Remake it?

Leslie Brown

It pained me to post the picture of the tattered American flag this morning. I was taught to respect our American flag, and was taught to respectfully burn a flag that was worn, or fell and touched the ground. So what then do we do with a tattered country?”

Remember the screaming crowds, giddy with excitement over the election of President Obama? What exactly were they excited about?  An America-loving man of honor, integrity, and forthrightness, or the illegitimate child of “Multiculturism” and “Affirmative Action”, conceived in the “free love” society of the 60’s, who just happened to be a novel color?

Liberals don’t think “long-term”, just whatever makes them feel morally superior at the moment.~LB

A cursory look at Obama’s voting record would have revealed a Senator with what was rated the “most liberal” voting record in the Senate, a man who vetoed not once, but three times the proposed “Born Alive Act” which would have forced abortion providers to render care to any newborns who shockingly survived an abortion.  But hey, “Obamaphones”!

“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money” ~Alexis de Toqueville

Does the quote above bring to mind all of the promises of “free stuff” that was promised? Did our founders intend for our government to bloat to the point of becoming corpulent sow with Americans (and non-Americans) affixed to every teat? I think not.piglets-suckling-picture

America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.” ~ Alexis de Tocqueville

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  1. Eleanor Redmond

    That’s what my flag outside my home looks like. My son reminded me to take it down in the rain and after dark. I refused. My dad thought I should replace it with a new one. I refused. I had to tell them…my flag is not ceremonial. That is not a commemorative flag. My flag is a battle flag and, just like the rockets’ red glare proved that the flag over Ft. McHenry was still there after all night bombardment, my flag will wave until we are rid of the “enemy domestic” of which the founders warned us.

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