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Fly the Flag of Revolution

September 25, 2009

On Townhall Tuesday, Chuck Norris suggests flying a flag other than Old Glory.  That’s not the only point of his column, which recaps why so many Americans are upset with government policies these days.  As a response, he writes:

there’s one way we can take a daily stand and declare that as for me and my house, we will serve God and the republic as the Founders did.

He’s right.  I haven’t flown Old Glory since Nov 4, 2008.  It’s been either the Gadsden flag or the Navy Jack–both of which I bought shortly after 9/11.  That in itself says something, doesn’t it?

Right after 9/11 Americans went out and plastered their vehicles with American flags.  Where are they now?  Mine’s still there along with the words “United We Stand.”  I see few others.

The Christian Science Monitor mocks Mr Norris for suggesting that we might even stain our modern flag with tea.  But why not?  It’s already been washed in the blood of Patriots.

Another idea is to fly a new flag: the flag of the Second Revolution. I saw it during the 912 March on DC and posted a picture on this blog.  Mine’s on order.

The Stars & Stripes won’t be flying at my house until there is again a Patriot in the White House.


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