[9] Memorial Day [Why the flag must never touch the ground, not ever!]

Ever since I was a little kid I knew that the U.S. Flag was never, not ever to touch the ground. It was meant to be a sign of respect for this symbol of the greatest nation on earth because of the respect for God-given rights in our Constitution and its amendments. Hold the flag precious! Yes! I entirely agree. Always have.

But then there’s the rest of the story I only got to know in these past couple of years. It is narrated well in the short video above. What an education. Jaw dropping. Leaving one in thankfulness. This is graced humanity at its absolute finest, ever. Remember, the lives lost were for freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, the free exercise of religion (free to be Catholic also in the public square). Awesome. We are all in debt. The world thanks these guys.

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3 responses to “[9] Memorial Day [Why the flag must never touch the ground, not ever!]

  1. Gina Nakagawa

    Like all brave men, both male and members of the human race (yes that includes women), these brave souls stood firm, and fell in glory for God and country.

  2. Isn’t it ironic that a day after remembering veterans that died in battle, we spend a month worship the gays

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