This story takes place in … Texas. Not California. Not Massachusetts. Not Chicago. Texas.
Debbie McLucas is a patriotic American. Her husband is a veteran, her sons are veterans, her daughter is currently deployed in Iraq as a combat medic. (Wait a minute, didn’t President Obama “bring the troops home”?)
Debbie flies an American flag outside her home, and she had an American flag in her office at the hospital where she works.
A proud American.
And as such is proud of her country, however when McLucas arrived at work recently, she found that the flag that hung in her office had been removed.
“I got into work, I was met by my supervisor and told that there had been multiple complaints, that people found the flag very offensive and it had been taken down, “I went to the office to retrieve it and found the flag wrapped around the pole, sitting in the corner on the ground.”
An old rag thrown in a corner.
McLucas continued; “I was told that as long as my flag offended one person, it would be taken down,” McLucas claimed. “It is more than I can even fathom, that you would find the American flag offensive in America.”
I wonder what would happen if Debbie found something displayed in the hospital that offended her? I’m guessing nothing.
This fits well with the school that banned American flag apparel because it offended Mexican students.
The same Mexican students who pulled down the American flag and raised a Mexican flag outside the school. The administration sent the kids with American flag tee shirts home. The Mexicans who pulled down the American flag, nothing happened to them. Enough with this crap!
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