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lol..that chopf##k

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But when we turn to the Hebrew literature, we do not find such jokes about the donkey. Rather the animal is known for its strength and its loyalty to its master (Genesis 49:14; Numbers 22:30).


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Burning an American flag is even worse.


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Service Center : California Service Center

CIS Office : San Francisco CA

Date Filed : 2008-06-11

NOA Date : 2008-06-18

Bio. Appt. : 2008-07-08

Citizenship Interview

USCIS San Francisco Field Office

Wednesday, September 10,2008

Time 2:35PM

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England
I don't get offended by other country's flags shown on ppl's property, so I am not asking this to be argumentative but I have a genuine question...

How do other countries feel when an American only displays the US flag at their home or etc overseas? I have no idea because I've never done it, but I wonder what they think if they see only a US flag on someone's property who is from the US, in another country. Maybe they don't care, or maybe it's not common, or maybe they don't like it, I don't really know. Anyone know? I think if I was living in India, we wouldn't have an American flag on display outside our house. It'd probably be considered weird over there, or they'd think it was some US gov't office. But I know in the US we are a mix and match of lots of different countries.

When I lived in London, I saw many flags of different nations flown - Jamaican & Indian were the most frequent. Hardly any Union Flags, tho. During European/International football games, you'll see plenty of England flags (and maybe the odd Scottish, Welsh, etc), but otherwise the Brits don't bother with 'em. To me, honestly, a flag is a bit of fabric or paper. It represents nothing about me and I'm not sure in what way it's supposed to. But I'm one of the least patriotic people you'll likely to meet.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina

From what I see in the video, the flag was on a private property. I understand where the veteran feelings came from, but I see the point that the owner should be free to hang the flag of his choice. Although, he could have avoided a lot of trouble during a sensitive time like this by just buying another flag pole and hanging both flags at the same height :)

I don't get offended either by other people's flags, I think everyone should be proud of their nation of origen, and also show respect to the country you live in :thumbs:



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Someone who gets bent out of shape about something as trivial as a flag being flown on a property really has too much time on their hands, and too little to do with it. IMO.


I'd like to see someone get all bent out of shape about the St. George's Cross AND Union Jack we have hanging in our window...and nary an "Old Glory" in site.

But sister.... HOW DARE YOU???????????? :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink: HE, HE, HE.

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The veteran was wrong and should be cited for vandalism of private property. His point is understandable, but the means in which he decided to express his displeasure was unacceptable in our civic society. By the by, this was not some government building disrespecting the American spirit by placing some other country’s flag over our own, but someone's private property. We must respect the rights of our citizens even if we feel their loyalty and respect are misplaced, which is obviously easier said than done. IMO this may be a spill over of the intense illegal immigration debate...

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