desecrated by farorenightclaw

desecrated

farorenightclaw

9 November 2016 at 09:17:19 MST

now angry mob mentality's no longer the exception, it's the rule

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    Uh huh.

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    Today is a scary day.

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    offers all the hugs and comfort Dark goddamn day.

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    At least this way people will be on guard. The Republicans hate Trump even more than Democrats.

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    Stay safe, stay strong. Fight for our home.

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    transatlantic hugs <3

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    I managed to stop crying for a few hours today.

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    I still feel in shock almost 48 hours later. :(

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    If the spoiled dorks hate America so bad, they can just leave. But they won't. I have already made a pledge to curb stomp anyone burning or stomping on our flag.

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      It's actually very difficult to immigrate to other countries. You can't just wander off and set up camp somewhere else.

      Burning the flag is a valid form of protest and also the legally required way to deal with one that has been damaged or desecrated, so.

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        Burning the flag is not a valid form of protest. That flag has buried my brother, my grandfather and my best friend who fought for the rights of all Americans.

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          Burning the flag is not illegal. http://time.com/3907444/flag-supreme-court-history/

          Burning the flag as a form of protest is not in any way protesting your loved ones' service. On the contrary, one could say the protest is happening on their behalf; it's crying out against a culture that no longer stands for what it claims to, for what many fought for it to be. The flag represents the nation, not any one person or their accomplishments. Desecrating it sends a strong message of unrest and protest against the state of the nation. Protest is intended to be controversial. If it was polite and gave respect even to people and concepts who don't deserve it, it wouldn't accomplish anything.

          You should be less concerned over a piece of cloth, or even a symbol, and more concerned about the culture you are living in, the social and political climate, the rights of yourself and others - both civil rights in general, and more specifically the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness - rights which many are having violated or revoked, or in some cases, haven't been given yet. Without the populace fighting back and protecting themselves and each other, without dissent, without protest, things are going to hell in a handbag right quick here.

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            We'll just stop talking about this right now mmk? Have a nice day.

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    Iā€™m really late on this but Iā€™m so sorry,,,,, šŸ’™

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      I kind of feel like I need to do another one. For each day of this presidency. lolsob

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        Aw,,,, ;;;;; Iā€™m sorry,,