Moonbats Burn Marine’s Flags

Our progressive friends have gotten off to an early start celebrating the Fourth of July. In normally civilized Far North Dallas:

When Ed Jordan hung two flags from his front porch, one for his country and one for the Marine Corps he once served in, he thought no one would take issue with his gesture to honor the troops during the Fourth of July.

He returned home from an errand Monday morning to find the flags burned, their cinders scattered amid his azaleas.

The 70-year-old veteran was shocked when police told him that a flag at another house in his quiet neighborhood just north of Valley View Mall was also incinerated. …

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“When I was on active duty, the flag always meant something to me,” he said. “I’d always take pride when I saw it flying in civilian areas.”

How others could take offense at the same sight was beyond his understanding.

“When you damage something that so many have died for, the symbol it represents, that, to me, is intolerable,” he said.

The word “intolerable” also describes the prevalence of the ideology that inspires these incidents.

You would think that putting a socialist punk in the White House – the ultimate desecration of everything patriots hold sacred — would leave moonbats satisfied. But a cancer isn’t satisfied until the patient dies – unless a way is found to cure it.

Ed Jordan with what moonbats left of his flags.

On a tip from Viking04. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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