Gadsden Flag

3 Responses to “Gadsden Flag”

  1. Dan Shirley says:

    It’s ok for the tea bagger party to display the Gadsden flag as their own or for some other petty reason. But, learn from this American, Veteran, Republican. No flag shall fly higher than the American flag. Doing so is unpatriotic and borderline treasonous. Go back to school or enlist like I did in the Marine Corps to learn about proper flag etiquette and display. Semper Fi.

  2. Sebastian says:

    There’s this concept. It’s called perspective. The flags appearing in the background may be actually higher than the ones appearing int he foreground. But because the picture I took was in the foreground, the flag pictures may appear higher than the others. That may not necessarily be the case.

    But even if it is, the fact that you use the pejorative, “Tea Bagger” tells me everything I need to know about you. FOAD.

  3. Dan Shirley says:

    Oh, no. The boy in the foreground has hoisted the flag higher than the American flags in the vicinity. I guess that falls under freedom of speech and expression of the constitution that I swore and oath to protect?

    The yellow color of the original Gadsden flag may have had some biblical origin. Today, the yellow is represents the cowardice displayed and projected by the tea bagger party.

    Baggers can’t even form their own party and stand alone. No, like a parasite, they cling to the Republican party in fear.

    FOAD? The original version of the response did show up in my mailbox with FOAD clearly spelled out. What happened? A development of cold feet during freedom of expression? Or is a yellow stain developing where the spine should be located.

    Again, Semper Fi.

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