Your military service does not mean you get to say it's OK to disrespect the flag...

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    You're right, people kneeling in protest is not free speech. America has rules about what free speech is like and those rules must be followed. What about half-kneeling?
     
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    Bosses telling their employees what they can do and say is not a violation of the First Amendment, moron. Trying to make it about the form your speech takes only shows what a douche bag you are.
     
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    Even your name-calling is protected.
     
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    I am so glad someone is watching out for us and pointing out the fake news.
     
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    NO
     
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    I came home just a little while ago, some new neighbors had an opposing college football flag in their yard. I dearly hate the college, so I went over blew a fog horn to they would see me and I knelt, laid on the ground, grabbed my crotch and then to top it off whipped it out and pissed on it. Is that Ok, or did I go a little overboard?
     
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    I'm looking out for me. I couldn't give a damn about you.
     
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    No it represents economic and political ideologies which have lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and liberated hundreda of millions from tyranny. Kneeling for it represents support for the racist BLM terrorist organization which is founded on a lie.
     
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    Not if it was Alabama Crimson Tide.
     
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    Say, what if you're taking a dump when somebody starts playing the NA?

    Are you required to stand up, pull up your pants and salute?

    Is it "disrespect" if you continue to plop?

    These are the burning issues of our times, for which everything must stop. Because robots.
     

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