October 03, 2007

R-E-S-P-E-C-T, What My Country Means to Me

If you're going to come to the U.S. to benefit from our freedoms and economy but don't want to speak our language, observe our customs, assimilate into society, and honor our heritage, at least respect our laws and our flag.

Flag of Mexico Flown Illegally Over Business

I would have handled the situation differently than the person who stood up for our flag in the story, but his message was well intended and made clear. Now, this leaves the ACLU, which would consider flying these flags illegally as they were or any descreation of the U.S. flag as protected freedom of speech and even admirable.

I suggest to Mexican immigrants, especially those here illegally, that they join us like past immigrants rather than form a parallel society with a primary allegiance to their country of origin--the one which forced them to here for a better life.

Posted by Woody M. at October 3, 2007 08:20 AM
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