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Jun 14 2005

Flag Day 2005

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In recognition of Flag Day, I am starting the Flag Project wherein I will post a collection of pictures of the American Flag flying at people's homes. I am not interested in any flag other than Old Glory. I am also not interested in American flags flying just anywhere. I want a picture of your flag, flying in front of where you live.

It would help if you would make the picture 300 pixels wide. But, if you have trouble doing that, I will do it for you. Send your pictures to:

Email the Flag Project

The permanent address of the Flag Project is: www.danzfamily.com/flag.htm

(Of course, I reserve the right to alter, edit, not use, blah, blah, blah, your photo or anything else you send me in any way I want.)

Posted by Don |

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  1. #1
    Cap'n P said on July 20, 2007 | Reply

    Could you explain a little more about this project? Is it in support of the country or the government? Is it supposed to encourage people to remember the kernel of American philosophy? I'm not here to bad mouth the project. Indeed, if it serves to remind people that America used to stand for freedom, I'm all for it. The American flag has been tainted by a corrupt president and an eminently questionable foreign policy.

  2. #2
    Don said on July 20, 2007 | Reply

    A fair question, and one nobody has before asked. Simply put, it is what it is.

    I think the American flag is the most beautiful flag in the world. I simply derive enjoyment out of seeing it fly in front of people's homes. That is all there is to it.

    The American Flag Project makes no political statement. I can certainly see where pictures of a nation's flag could be interpreted as a political or other type of statement, but that is not the intent.

    As to your last statement, I agree President Clinton was unbelievably corrupt with a disastrous foreign policy, but no man...President Clinton, or anyone else, can "taint" the Red, White and Blue. (Now, tainting an intern's dress...well, that's a different subject.)

  3. #3
    Cap'n P said on July 20, 2007 | Reply

    Fair answer. It is a beautiful flag. It was beautiful in Iwo Jima and Berlin but not quite so appropriate in the Middle-East.
    Yes, Clinton was a bit of a disaster but at least he could string a sentence together without making himself look like an idiot. The current administration is dangerously disasterous. I wish Dubya would hook up with Monica Lewinski - it might relax him a little.
    Thank you for your swift reply.

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    Don said on July 20, 2007 | Reply

    "Clinton was a bit of a disaster but at least he could string a sentence together without making himself look like an idiot."

    But that was the real danger of Clinton, he could make himself look wonderful to the masses who don't have time to educate themselves to the issues and who rely on an occasional biased ABC/CBS/NBC news show to tell them what's going on. Clinton's charm hid (from most) his incompetence and immorality.

    As for President Bush, he doesn't (can't) hide what he stands for. Much like Neville Chamberlain and Winston Churchill, I believe history will look back on President Bush and teach that he stood for the right things while his opponents, those who wish to appease and surrender, will be proven wrong.

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