Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Respect for the American Flag
But…..and you knew there was a but coming…..it does bother me when the American Flag is disrespected and athletes choose to kneel during the National Anthem. To me, the American Flag and the National Anthem represent the courage and sacrifice of the men and women that defend our country and freedom and equality for all. Apparently I’m not alone because I found a couple coaches out there that weighed in on the recent debate:
While I was working on this post, I found an article that shared other ways to disrespect the American Flag. Even though I knew that it should never be used as clothing, bedding, or drapery, I didn’t know it should never be used for advertising purposes. Below is a link to article that you might find interesting:
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