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    Students Kicked Off Campus for Wearing American Flag Tees

    Every once in a while, a story will come around that gets WAY under my skin. This Morning one of those stories out Morgan Hill in the golden state of prCalifornia. It's time to "Man Up" (Sorry Ladies, You know what I mean) It's Time to "Ladie Up" or get the He** out of Our Country.

    Students Kicked Off Campus for Wearing American Flag Tees


    Students Kicked Off Campus for Wearing American Flag Tees | NBC Bay Area
    Semper Fi

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    Its time for those students to contact the ACLU and file a lawsuit for violation of their civil rights and their constitutional rights. If ACLU will not do their job, then head for the ACLJ through the 700 Club.

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    While I don't necessarily agree with the students being kicked off campus, I'm divided on the issue of the flag being used as clothing. Sometimes it's hard to discern between a flag design and a complete representation of the flag. I feel flag design shirts are fine, however, when the complete flag is used as the total shirt I think it shows some disrespect to what the flag stands for. I class it somewhat like burning the flag in protest. This is only my opinion and there will be those who disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwill View Post
    While I don't necessarily agree with the students being kicked off campus, I'm divided on the issue of the flag being used as clothing. Sometimes it's hard to discern between a flag design and a complete representation of the flag. I feel flag design shirts are fine, however, when the complete flag is used as the total shirt I think it shows some disrespect to what the flag stands for. I class it somewhat like burning the flag in protest. This is only my opinion and there will be those who disagree.
    +1. There is such a thing as flag etiquette.

    http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagetiq.html

    http://www.usflag.org/flagetiquette.html

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    Here is another article.


    Patriotic American Students Persecuted for Stars and Stripes on Cinco de Mayo
    Patriotic American Students Persecuted for Stars and Stripes on Cinco de Mayo

    Kurt Nimmo
    Prison Planet.com
    Thursday, May 6, 2010

    In California, now considered by many to be a de facto part of Mexico, it is racist to wear a stars and stripes t-shirt on Cinco de Mayo.
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    “Five Morgan Hill, California students were asked to take off their American flag bandannas and turn their T-shirts inside out after students complained,” reports The New York Daily News. “Many members of Live Oak High School’s large Mexican-American student population that felt it was offensive for the students to wear the American flag on a day that’s supposed to celebrate Mexican heritage.”

    Cinco de Mayo is not a Mexican holiday. It is celebrated in the United States and the small Mexican state of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo is basically a celebration of the ongoing Mexican take-over of the American Southwest.

    Public education authorities in California are punishing the students (one of the malefactors happens to be of Hispanic heritage) in order to send a message — American patriotism will not be tolerated in Aztlán, the imaginary ancestral homeland of the Aztecs hyped by Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán, or MEChA for short. Republica del Norte, including California, is a racist state where el Plan de San Diego is the social contract (the Plan of San Diego calls for a no-quarter race war with summary execution of all white males over the age of sixteen).

    MEChA’s sister organization is La Raza, Spanish for “The Race.” La Raza claims it is not affiliated with MEChA, but the organization pushes the same Mexican supremacist agenda, as its very name and slogan indicates: “Por La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada,” or all for the race, nothing for people outside of the race, although La Raza claims they do not promote this racist motto.

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    MEChA’s official symbol is an eagle holding an Aztec obsidian weapon and a stick of dynamite.

    Most Americans of Mexican ancestry do not support this racist nonsense, but the globalists do. The “philanthropic” Ford Foundation and the banksters (through Citigroup) fund La Raza.

    Aztlán supporters are merely useful idiots working for the one world agenda. Once the globalist agenda is complete, the bankers and their bureaucratic functionaries will not tolerate an Aztlán enclave carved out of the Southwest. Nationalism will become a capital crime, including Mexican nationalism.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwill View Post
    While I don't necessarily agree with the students being kicked off campus, I'm divided on the issue of the flag being used as clothing. Sometimes it's hard to discern between a flag design and a complete representation of the flag. I feel flag design shirts are fine, however, when the complete flag is used as the total shirt I think it shows some disrespect to what the flag stands for. I class it somewhat like burning the flag in protest. This is only my opinion and there will be those who disagree.
    +1 wearing the flag as clothing is a violation of flag etiquette. While the students have their right to free speech and shouldn't have been kicked of campus, they shouldn't wear the flag as clothing anymore than they should yell "Fire!" in a theater.

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    Yea I know it was a poor choice to post what was here before. I have a cartoon kind of mindset. Thanks Ed,

    I have decided to edit the post and keep it G for all those who took offense, It was the "Bears voice" in me that still roars and then regrets.

    Peace...
    Last edited by 6shootercarry; 05-07-2010 at 09:27 AM. Reason: The Bears voice...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

  9. "While the students have their right to free speech and shouldn't have been kicked of campus, they shouldn't wear the flag as clothing anymore than they should yell "Fire!" in a theater. "

    PUHLEASE! Absolutely no comparison between wearing a shirt and comitting an act that could get innocent people killed in panic.



    Let's see, Muslim Day, Irish Day, Canadian Day, Mexican Day, German Day, Native American day, Black History day....
    When dop us AMERICANS get to wear our flag shirt in our own country?

  10. “Many members of Live Oak High School’s large Mexican-American student population that felt it was offensive for the students to wear the American flag on a day that’s supposed to celebrate Mexican heritage.”


    DELTA IS READY WHEN YOU ARE!
    PLEASE MAKE SURE THE TICKET IS ONE-WAY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony_I_Am View Post
    "While the students have their right to free speech and shouldn't have been kicked of campus, they shouldn't wear the flag as clothing anymore than they should yell "Fire!" in a theater. "

    PUHLEASE! Absolutely no comparison between wearing a shirt and comitting an act that could get innocent people killed in panic.
    No comparison intended, just stating two cases where tradition and established guidelines preempt first amendment rights. For another example: One could say anything they wanted in a post on this board. They have a 1A right to do so. However, at some point the Admins would take some form of disciplinary action. Did they "violate" someone's 1a right? No.

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