Old Glory has always flown proudly over Grunt Manor, and for good reason. The family has ever been all about God and Country, and those under our roofs have served and fought for what America represents. We have unapologetically supported the U.S. Military and those who serve in its four branches, and that never wavered throughout the Vietnam years. Especially not then; certainly not now.
You can believe that the current Eagle Scout patriarch of the family took great care in folding up the Stars and Stripes recently, and reverently placing it in a flag box, then shelving it for long-term storage. I meant no dishonor to the flag of our nation. Quite the contrary. I mean to fly it again someday, when it’s waving might not be fraught with scandalous mixed meaning. Until then, I intend to keep flying the yellow Gadsden revolutionary war flag, itself a perfectly good American flag.
You see, while the Stars and Stripes represents much that is good, it is also the flag under which our armed forces and intelligence services are systematically deposing world leaders and replacing them with governments controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood. This is not my opinion. It is simple fact. In the U.S. State Department, under that same flag, we are actively supporting Taliban leaders and helping them sell poppy crops and heroin that supports their twisted cause. In very recent months, in Afghanistan, our own government may have actively turned against even its own most selfless and courageous soldiers, and purposely allowed them to be carelessly killed in untenable situations to give comfort and support to Muslim leaders. Those leaders continue to slaughter Christians by the thousands across Africa, and their blood is on our hands and on our flag.
Here at home, the most successful space agency on the planet, NASA, has been fatally crippled by the White House under that same flag, and given, as it’s principal task, the job of making muslim nations more proud of their imaginary contributions to science. As we speak, thousands of advanced tactical weapons are in the hands of dangerous drug lords in Mexico, placed there by our own Department of Justice, for the purpose of undermining our Constitution. In Libya, twenty-thousand tactical missiles were allowed to fall into the hands of Islamic governments and terrorists across the Middle East by our State Department. In these countries, the Stars and Stripes have mixed meaning, indeed, and it is difficult to separate the flag from the President who commands the armed forces and wields his power without budgetary constraint or Constitutional legitimacy.
That’s right. I said it. He was elected, but he plainly never satisfied the Constitutional requirement to be a natural born citizen, as interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court in the binding Minor v. Happersett decision which has been conveniently ignored by Congress. There’s a very grave reason why that requirement is in the Constitution, and I believe we are seeing the consequence of ignoring it now. For this reason alone, I believe Lieutenant Colonel Terry Lakin did the right thing in refusing to serve under this illegitimate commander in chief. I would likewise refuse to serve under this administration in any capacity. And so, neither can I fly the same flag that flies over the White House and Congress. It’s time for a revolutionary American flag again. May it only be for a short time.