WHAT THE HELL IS THIS COUNTRY COMING TO … OFFENSIVE!!!
Read the following lesson in patriotism that a Texas hospital received. Let this be a lesson to all. Stand up for what’s right and stand up for your country, unless you want no country left to stand for. Since when has the American flag ever been offensive?
The day that you cannot have an American flag at your place of work, especially when there are brave American men and woman dying every day to protect our freedoms, is the day we best just pack up shop.
Debbie McLucas was asked to remove the American flag that she put up in her office at the Kindred Hospital in Mansfield, TX prior to Memorial Day. Seems normal enough. Celebrating and commemorating the men and woman lost and the sacrifices they made so that we might be free. However, believe it or not one of the supervisors complained that the flag was offensive.
When McLucas came to work Friday, her boss told her another supervisor had found her flag offensive. “I was just totally speechless. I was like, ‘You’re kidding me,’” McLucas said.
McLucas’ husband and sons are former military men. Her daughter is currently serving in Iraq as a combat medic.
Stifling a cry, McLucas said, “I just wonder if all those young men and women over there are really doing this for nothing.
McLucas said the supervisor who complained has been in the United States for 14 years and is formerly from Africa. I have a suggestion to this supervisor, GO BACK TO AFRICA! To borrow a phrase, love it or leave it. If you actually have an issue with an American flag being displayed in America, you not only need to leave, you need to be deported. The American flag is the symbol under which people wish to live and earn a living. The PC BS must come to an end, NOW!!!
One person complained and the higher ups were going to make Debbie McLucas take down her American Flag display. Listen to the insanity and patriotism coming from management.
McLucas said hospital bosses told her as far as patriotism was concerned, the flag flying outside the hospital building would have to suffice.
“I find it very frightening because if I can’t display my flag,” McLucas asked, “whatother freedoms will I lose before all is said and done?”
The response from Kindred Hospital after the outrage when the story went national? They of course reversed their initial decision and allowed the employee to display the America flag. As it turns out not only did the hospital allow the flag, no one ever complained about the size of the flag in the first place.