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Qball Report This Comment
Date: May 26, 2021 02:16PM

I don't know how you can make the comparison.
Rub Wrongway Report This Comment
Date: May 27, 2021 04:24AM

Qball: That's a good question. I also don't quite see how certain people can get bent out of shape by seeing an athlete choose a different method of saluting the flag, yet see no issue with police committing homicide against minorities. I guess it's in one's priorities, who and what matters most. The majority of people would think an act that hurts no other person but might be considered disrespectful to one's national flag pales to suffocating another person in the street... but that minority that get angry about a knee to the turf but not a knee to the neck are kinda vocal of late.
officer figpucker Report This Comment
Date: May 27, 2021 12:11PM

How do you disrespect a piece of cloth? What a weird thing to say.
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: May 27, 2021 07:10PM

I've always thought the saying of 'disrespecting the flag', or 'fought and died for the flag' was just weird. A national flag is a representation of a nation, and I can understand disrespecting a nation, or fighting and dying for a nation, and all that nation stands for. However, nations have changed their flags, but it doesn't change the nation. It's usually because the nation has already changed and the new flag represents the nation as it is now, not what it used to be.
Rub Wrongway Report This Comment
Date: May 28, 2021 04:24PM

GAK67: I agree fully with what you said about a flag being symbolism and how they change. I feel like pointing out one significant exception: the Confederate flag. People are still waving that one despite the 'nation' (or part of a nation) it represented being long gone, though what that group stood for -- or what we now have ascribed to that flag and that group's intentions, whether the description is fully accurate or not -- is just as old-fashioned and out-of-date. Plus it always seems strange to banter around a flag for the losing and treasonous side of an internal war.