Yes, I know I’m harping, but every time I see one of these outrageous stories about homeowners not being allowed to display the Stars and Stripes I’m going to erupt.
As I’ve said before, I have five family members buried in Arlington, another war hero family member buried in a National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. These men and women stood for a principle, that the American ethic means something. It means we’re courageous in the face of evil. It means we stand up for what’s right and against what’s wrong. It means that when we realize we’ve made a mistake we have a Constitution that allows us to correct it. It means if our leaders in the White House, the Congress, the Senate or elsewhere are too wimpy or too cowardly to stand up for what’s right, we have the right as American voters to toss their butts into the street.
For this Vietnamese hero fighting for his right to fly the American flag in a Houston apartment complex, I say we support him in every way possible.
Ward, this story is being repeated over and over again all across the country, including Jacksonville, FL.
I have an idea. What if HOAs and Condo owners all over the country displayed their flags (upside down) in mass protest? Are there enough residents courageous enough to stand up for their rights in this peaceful protest?
Would the Associations fine and sue en masse? Residents in HOAs and Condo Associations outnumber the Boards and Managers.
Good Question. I would do it.
I will do it, too. If enough flags are seen upside down the media should start asking questions, don’t you think?