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September 23, 2017

Trump Flag Talk Documentation

James Adams
When we stand at attention to the American Flag we are honoring the lives of all those in the military who constantly protect us and have sacrificed everything, including laying down their very lives for us. Bringing other platforms or viewpoints during this time such as Kapernick has done, clearly takes away from honoring them. Find another platform to use other than our Flag, as you are doing nothing more than spitting on the graves of those who have given everything for us.
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Veronica L Dean
That is your opinion.... So you go for it. My opinion is that Kaep is not disrespecting the flag (like it has disrespected and disparaged and disregarded black people and other people of color, HERE in these United States). He is bringing AWARENESS to the UNEQUAL treatment by the police and other indoctrinated entities in these United States of America against people of color! #TeamKaep
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James Adams
Veronica L Dean I Honor and respect what Kapernick is saying concerning people being mistreated. Every individual regardless of race or color, should be treated with equal dignity and respect in their lives. However, you can not in the same breath use a platform that disrespect's those who loved us so much that they died for us.
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Veronica L Dean
You Sir, perceive his protest as such-disrespecting. I do not. He , IS NOT protesting those who have fought for this country, a country that enslaved people of color, stripped people of color of their land, oppressed people of color, marginalized people of color, etc... some of those same people you speak of applaud what Kaep is doing, some do not. Furthermore; of the some that do not, THEY hate Kaep because of the color of his skin.... yes, there are racist people who have fought in the armed forces.
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William Girard · 
James Adams you are making that connection for yourself. Everybody keeps saying that he is disrespecting the flag. He is not turning his back to the flag or burning it or dragging it through the dirt. You make that connection because it lends credence to your argument. He is not disrespecting military, veterans, KIAs, MIAs or POWs. You racist fools dress it up that way because that is what racist fools do. They can't discuss anything intelligently so they make up lies and stand under them like an all covering umbrella to shield themselves from the rain of truth that comes from people attacking their lazy rhetoric.
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Daniel Simpson
It's not the flag, it's the Star-Spangled Banner and if you think that's disrespectful look up the third stanza of the song. We no longer sing it for a reason.
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Dave Wilcox · 
Veronica L Dean Stupid
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Veronica L Dean
@DaveWilcox .... keep to the subject please. Thanks.
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Georgia Pain · 
Robert Thaler are you serious?No one plays victim when it is fact that they have been victimized.Name one other Citizen needed the Civil rights Bill of the 60's to vote.Name one other citizen needed Brown vs BOE.Name one other citizen needed Affirmitive Action Bill to get a decent job.Name one citizen that was deliberately segregated against. I'm sure majority of the murder by whites are against other whites.And what are you talking about father in families and raising children properly.Most of the people I know was raised by their Father with the exception that ther Father was dead and if that was the case it was always a Man to help out.So stop spewing garbage.
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Veronica L Dean
@RobertThaler .... here you go with the "numbers" lol... WHY DON'T YOU SPEAK ON WHITE SUPREMACY AND SYSTEMATIC OPPRESSION....here in these United States of America?
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Bran Mostella · 
James Adams Why would ppl of color stand for a flag during a song that was created when blacks were seen as 1/5 human..The person who wrote it owned slaves. We just got rights in the 60s man so what exactly has the flag done for minorities when we fought overseas for your rights only to come back home and not be able to use the same bathroom as white ppl. You can't be that stupid man. If you're not a minority I don't expect you to fully grasp it..its the not even trying part we have a hard time accepting
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Brett Sills · 
If this is so true, why is half the stadium empty, on concession lines, going to the bathroom during it? C'mon
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Steve Taylor
The military doesn't protect us. They are simply employees to carry out billionaires agenda.
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Michael La Cross · 
The flag does not belong to the military, nor does the anthem. It belongs to the people. Don't you ever forget that either.
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Tom Langford · 
Veronica L Dean A awfull lot of Black people died for this country also and they as well as all the others that died for the freedoms we enjoy should be continuousy honored., not disrepected.
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Steve Staples
James Adams No one is disrespecting those who died and sacrificed for this country. NO ONE. It has been clearly stated by the those protesting.
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Eli Santos · 
Works at Retired
Veronica L Dean so please explain what will kneeling for the flag is doing but showing disrespect to the thousands that have died to, ironically, give him the freedom to do it?? What does the flag and national anthem have to do with police brutality??? Wrong Platform.....try going into the cities that are having these issues and work with the leaders there. The anthem s a chance to reflect and be thankful that we are free not a platform for you to show discontent with social issues. What else has Mr. Kapernick done besides creating racial tensions amongst our youth and setting mindsets back 200 years?
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R.J. Hearons · 
wrong, we are honoring american ideals when we sing the anthem. its not a salute to our military
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Eli Santos · 
Works at Retired
David de la Fuente I guess millions of dollars can't buy him some protection??? Man a million dollars is not what it use to be!
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Eli Santos · 
Works at Retired
R.J. Hearons yes, you just call them Ideals, I called those Ideals freedom.....just like your freedom to express your liberal thoughts.
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Mac Duff · 
James Adams speaks with wisdom, capable of discerning right from wrong.
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Veronica L Dean
@TomLangford Here is what Kaepernick said: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder."
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Veronica L Dean
@EliSantos here is what Kaepernick said: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder."
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Veronica L Dean
Here is what Kaepernick said in an interview with the NFL MEDIA IN 2016: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." If you read carefully, you can possibly comprehend, that Kaepernick is NOT PROTESTING service men and woman BUT THIS COUNTRIES (through systematic racism) treatment of PEOPLE OF COLOR!!! Furthermore; specifically at the HANDS of police officers!!!
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Jed Grabenstein · 
You have no apprecaition for the First Amendment, rule of lawe, or republican government. Takje a seat in an American Government class, Boris.
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Nishant B Patel
The flag just isn't for the military moron its for all Americans
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Joshua E. Brock · 
Georgia Pain women in the 20's
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Jimmy Magoo
Veronica L Dean your a moron.
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Joshua E. Brock · 
Georgia Pain But that being said, we(the U.S.) are not a true democracy anyway. We do not directly vote for our laws and such. We elect Representatives, but not the President. And "We The People" certainly have absolutely no say in who becomes Federal Judges especially Supreme Court. On to deliberate segregation. Do you not recall Native American Reservations? And before that the Cherokee Trail of Tears. One of the first deliberate uses of germ warfare by the way. President Jackson ordered thee Army to give the Cherokee blankets infected with small pox. Before all the you are a racist shouters...See More
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Alan Weber
Veronica L Dean Why don't you people just leave the country and we would be better off.
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LaVette Smith · 
So..If what you say is true...ALL the veterans that endured years of torture and residual effects PTSD so that ALL AMERICAN CITIZENS could enjoy the CIVIL LIBERTIES AND FREEDOMS AFFORDED TO ALL AMERICANS should be happy people staND for the National Anthem. Are YOU ENSURING that those homeless veterans find a home...are you making sure that receive adequate medical attention. NO YOU ARE NOT...AND NEITHER IS THE GOVERNMENT. ..SO GTFOOHWTBS. YOU MY FRIEND are an oppoturnist.
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Adam Bishop · 
Veronica L Dean you're brain has been washed a few too many times.
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Brandon Jones · 
Robert Thaler I'm assuming you have never served and know nothing about those currently serving. I would say at least 60% of our active duty service members have served in a combat zone.
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Donald Lewis · 
very good and well put. Go to Chicago and kneel in the streetS against black s killing blacks BLACKS SELLING DRUGS AND OTHER CRIMES AGAINST KIDS
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Veronica L Dean
@Jimmymagoo ....LMBO...
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Robert Branch · 
James Adams - While I can certainly see your point of view in terms of defending those who served in the military I'd like you to also keep in mind what Kaepernick is doing not just for himself but being willing to be ostracized, blackballed, called every nasty disparaging name known to man all because he's trying to shed light on something that has long been ignored, but most importantly speaking for those whose voices were also being ignored. So he not only put himself, his career, and if you listen to some of these idiots on the various message boards he's put his very life on the line defending all of those voiceless people, just something to consider
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Veronica L Dean
@Adambishop .... please do explain in more detail... and while you are at it... explain about how America was built on and continues in the The practice of: racism/white supremacy/oppression. Thanks in advance,
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Jessica Fisher · 
Veronica L Dean, 2682 shootings this year in Chicago, 20 by police. 497 homicides, and 10 by police. I'm sorry but Police are NOT the issue, the numbers prove it.
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Russell Haney
Veronica L Dean So the men and women wearing that flag and are now in Texas, Florida, and the Carribean saving and helping people of all colors are not worthy of your respect by honoring the one item that they all have in common the American flag?

I don't see any of those hypocrites in the sports entertainment industry giving up their time on the field to help. Yeah they all say the right words and throw a little money to those "less fortunate" than them, but are they really sacrificing anything?
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Paul Nelson · 
Veronica L Dean Why doesn't your boy, Kap, go outside a planned parenthood in any inner city and protest all the killing of black babies, if he's so convened about inequality? Innocent fetus's after all, are the most vulnerable amongst us. Not to mention that the founder of Planned Parenthood was a renowned racist. We wstch sports as a diversion from politics and the crappy world we live in. Besides, the Flag and the National Anthem have absolutely nothing to do with our nations police force, so the ignorant, distrspectful players actions are misguided and pointless at best.
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Mark Coles · 
Stop! As a former military member I support the right to non-violent protest. I fought for the freedom to do so. If you would like the protest to stop, open up upur ears and your heart and listen, show empathy. Help find a solution to the reason for the protest.
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Natasha Faulk · 
How about the black soilders, my father included, who fought on foreign soil only to be treated as second class citizens. They endured that foolishness so that their sons and daughters could be at least LEGALLY be treated as equals. That hasn't happened yet.
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Paul Hurdlow · 
Veronica L Dean Whatever he's doing, he's not playing football any more.
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Alfredo Edwards · 
That's not the point, why don't you go have dinner with Trump
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Clyde Corson
Veronica L Dean what the hell are talking about. When was the last time a black person was a slave. NOT one single person alive today ever owned or supported slavery. I'm from the south, but my grandparents are from Ohio and South Dakota. I case most of you don't know, when I was in the Army, most of the guys I served with were black. I do mean most. I was honored to serve with them. Many of those I went throught basic with died in Nam. Refusing the honor the flag that these blacks served for means he is a coward and a disgrace to those blacks. Do I believe there are major problems in this country related to blacks being treated right, no. I believe there are major problems in this country where Americans are not being treated right, yes they are Americans. Some do bring the problem on themselves, but most don't. But alot that want to make an issue out of it are just wanting more entitlement. If I'm ask to support their cause, I will as soon as they start honoring this country.
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Kevin Burke · 
David de la Fuente what doesnt it give crappernick?
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Frank Rogers · 
There are other ways to bring attention without dishonoring the flag and those who have served. Dont tell me that this is not dishonorable unless you have had family or friends injured or have died in the service of our country fighting for garbage like these guys who have never done anything but play a game.
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John Harris · 
Tom Langford Those people died for the expressed right of all people to live in a free society where expression of opinion is encouraged and excepted, not shackled or trampled upon.
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Georgia Pain · 
@Joshua E.Brock Sir, I. have only one problem with your statement and facts.That is the USA was never a Democracy never has been and never will be...It has always been a Constitutional Republic...I accept your credentials as History Scholar and wish you the best in your scholarship that you are passionate about.
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Connie Smythe
David de la Fuente -well Kap is a half-breed so he has some self-loathing issues that he should address.
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Kay Tee · 
Funny, I've seen people on military bases disrespecting the flag constantly and nobody threatened to fire them or told them to go back to Europe.
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Valerie Grimm · 
Works at The Greenery
Pure bull crap. You can disagree, but don't hide behind some soldier's grave to do it. Every one of those dead soldiers is dead, and has no opinion on the matter.
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Kevin Burke · 
Veronica L Dean crappernick played in miami and praised fidel castro who had just died about how great he was. this is to a large cuban population in south fl so either he is a hypocrit or a clueless idiot
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Kevin Burke · 
Steve Taylor you are an idiot
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Kevin Burke · 
Veronica L Dean this is what crappernick said when SF played in miami
When further pressed about the shirt, Kaepernick praised Castro's commitment to education and criminal justice reform.
“One thing that Fidel Castro did do is they have the highest literacy rate because they invest more in their education system than they do in their prison system, which we do not do here, even though we’re fully capable of doing that,” Kaepernick said. yeah except for a brutal dictator murdering tens of thousands of people he was right
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Sam Harmon
Part of the problem is that many people haven't served, so they very casually brush off the sacrifices made by others.

The NFL is out of touch with the people that attend the games and watch on tv. It's not suprisimg why ratings are down.
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Jerry Van Kuiken · 
David de la Fuente "poor" millionaire
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Kevin Burke · 
Robert Branch the voiceless people anyone should back are the slaves in the inner cities and nobody wants to confront that, its easier to blame the cops
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Kevin Burke · 
Paul Hurdlow because he quit the contract he had
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Lonf Vawe
The US population has been dumbed down to the point where logical and sensible debate is rare, almost impossible without someone referring to the slogans the MSM and CIA and FBI have encoded in their subconscious. The brainwashing of the public is almost complete. The Military Industrial Complex is responsible for your poverty, for the erosion of your middle class. Your sons and daughters, your brothers and sisters, all are sacrificed to corporate missions of destruction disguised as defense. The poverty draft is working well, suckering young kids into the war exercises, ruining their futures,...See More
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Bobby Clark · 
James Adams. I am a vet. I left that out to bait the exact response that you gave. So as a vet. 1998-2006. Iraq combat vet 03-04. I fought for everyone’s right. If a man wants to kneel to bring awareness to a situation that broadcast on the nightly news. Then. I fought for that right. Just like fought for your simple minded one sided opinion. So what’s your next argument. Because I’m black so where do you want to go with that. You going to tell me I’m all about Obama and Hilary. Your right sided mindset is shallow and I am proving it. Oh and you didn’t want to acknowledge my point about opioids. Nor did you acknowledge DoTard being scooted out for a second time for damage control. And finally, I can use whatever platform I want to say what I want because I fought for that right. What have you done for the country?
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Veronica L Dean
@KevinBurke ... can you tell me about how many African and Natives (of this land) were murdered (by various means) by the hands of Europeans that came here? How about how many black men and women, even caucasians that have been murdered by the police. You know the ones hired to protect and serve....
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Veronica L Dean
@JessicaFisher .... here you go with the numbers...lol... OKAY... now let’s continue to discuss WHY AND WHAT KAEP IS PROTESTING ABOUT.... or maybe ABOUT ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN KILLED BY EUROPEANS IN THIS COUNTRY!!!
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Chris Decker · 
Veronica L Dean There are better ways. This protest is DIVIDING our nation NOT unifiying us. I have no problem defending their right to free speech. I do have a problem in the way they deliver that message. It is divisive. It is meant to be divisive. And it wll cost them a lot of money next year. I figure about $400 million. Wait. Watch. And see.
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Veronica L Dean
@RussellHaney .... so PEOPLE OF COLOR WHO ARE BEING UNEQUALLY TREATED AND KILLED AT THE HANDS OF POLICE, MEAN NOthing to you? I mean, they were and are citizens of the US...
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Richard Platt · 
Daniel Simpson
Ignorance. When the Key uses the word "slaves", he's referring to those foreigners who are being forced to fight for the King of England, not African slaves. I understand your confusion, but that's exactly what it is.
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Veronica L Dean
@ClydeCarson ... so I guess you don’t believe in white privilege. I guess the US has ALWAYS TREATED PEOPLE OF COLOR EQUALLY. You believe that racism can be miraculously eradicated in under 50 years? Have you not paid attention to current events that FULLY display the hate towards people of color, towards Jewish persons? Do you not believe that racism HAS BEEN PASSED DOWN FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION? How could it not have been with the amount of young people today who have clearly embraced it?
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Marco Ervin · 
As a military vet I will say no person who has lost their lives or been in the military period should have fought for this country if they were looking for "pats on the back for it". I as a vet will sit during the anthem if i choose and dont feel anyone who does should be critisized for doing so. The flag is a symbol of freedom not freedom itself.
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Cody Mosier · 
I like how as soon as someone disagrees with Colin Kaepernick it immediately makes them a racist. There are no Africa Americans, there are no Asian Americans, or any other kinds of Americans. We are all Americans. None of us were slaves, we weren't slave owners, very few of us have lived in different countries. As soon something bad happens to a black person it's immediately racist and people bring up slaveru. Slaves are a thing of the past for a reason. Was it right? No. AND that's the reason it got abolished. Funny thing about it all is that black people also owned slaves. Black people also kill black people as well as white people. The day when people stop throwing the race card up for every matter is the day that this country can begin to grow and become an united nation.
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Veronica L Dean
@PaulNelson ... sounds like a good idea for YOU TO DO.... I mean, clearly God has placed that concern on YOUR HEART.
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Jose Vazquez
Veronica L Dean ma'am you make it sound that this the only country that only did slavery my ancestors were slave too you don't see me pissing on the Spaniard flag African American got to stop living in the past and move on
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Jessica Fisher · 
Veronica L Dean those numbers are Facts. You can't argue facts with opinions. And for the 99.9% of Police that so good things and keep people safe, he is also protesting. Why would somone be so stupid to protest .005% of Police that are the problem.. Maybe the police should protest responding to 911 calls when people need their help then see how they feel about them. Police do a wonderful thing for this country. And it's a very very very small percentage that are a problem. It's sad for what police have to go through and people like Kap protest them
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Veronica L Dean
@ChrisDecker... Sir, this Country HAS ALWAYS BEEN DIVIDED!!! It’s even in the constitution.... black people were considered less than human, back then, and some white folks, today, STILL WANT IT TO BE THAT WAY.
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Dustin Weiser · 
Veronica L Dean so the flag treated these folks horribly, or select individuals? I'm confused...if it's a dirty cop(s) shouldn't you protest them? If it's supposed inequality within certain industries shouldn't you protest them? Why are we using the flag and anthem to protest individuals? That makes literally zero sense?
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Joe McMillian · 
Veronica L Dean your right its an opinion the problem is when facts are produced people dont accept them
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Cody Mosier · 
Veronica L Dean all of the stuff I see you describing are things that are no longer relevant. The constitution is an outdated document from 100s of years ago. The Europeans that murdered Africans and Natives are no longer here. We are not those people! How did those Africans get here in the first place? Did white people go over there and hunt them down like animals? No. Their own people sold them. Still doesn't make it right. When was the last time you saw a slave? That's right me neither. There comes a point where white people can do no right. Are there still racists? Hell yeah there is. Is it better than it was 50 years ago? Hell yes it is! There have been officers in line of duty that have been in the wrong. However, there are lots of situations where there life could be in danger and they acted to possibly save there lives. Put yourself in some of there shoes, how would you react if a person of any color could possibly put your life in danger?
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Joseph Savoie · 
Works at Self-Employed
David de la Fuente His black father left him and the white woman he knocked up. A white family raised him.
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Rachel Gause · 
Like those in the past who fought for this country and then came "HOME" to a place that told them to sit at the back of a bus, or to use a "colored" only water fountain, or go to the back door of a eating place.....we stand for the actual people who fought and not for a flag that did nothing
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Jack Blood · 
"Military men are just dumb stupid animals to be used as cannon fodder for foreign policy" ~ Henry Kissinger (Long time friend and Special Advisor to Donald Trump)
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Stewart Williams · 
This man is single handedly trying to start a nuclear war. I respect the military very much but there will be man more graves if it comes down to that. Military and citizens.
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Veronica L Dean
@CodyMosier perhaps you should watch 13th on Netflix. Where did you “learn” that those Africans were sold to the Europeans? Why did the Europeans treat them so harshly? Why did they consider them as less than human? You think that mindset is over and done with, here in America? It’s been under 60 years since the Civil Rights Movement, racism will take a lot longer to fade out, if it ever does! The past is still relevant today.
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Adam Madawi
Veronica L Dean Can we retire the violin yet? Please. It's quite played out.
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James West · 
Like trump spit on graves of p.o.w
Calling them not heros for their sacrifice
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Veronica L Dean
@JoseVazquez.... Yes Sir, as soon as people of color are treated equally here in America, We ALL can move forward.
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Theresa Brown · 
Stop playing the racist card. Sick of hearing it.
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John Horvath · 
Veronica L Dean so it is just the white slave owners you are wanting to talk about and just forget about all the black slave owners that didn't care about there own people.
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Robert Bailey · 
James Adams , a lot of people joined the military not out of love for the country but because it was one of few opportunities they had to better themselves in life. You think most of the veterans of Viet Nam served because of love for country, no they were drafted.
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Georgia Pain · 
@Cody Mosier let me be the first to say FCUK THOSE AFRICAN TRAITORS! Now the problem....You have with your own keyboard strokes have said a Police officer life is worth more than a people of color life is worth only if the officer feels his life is endanger...So I guess non color people perfect and don't put police officer lives danger...I see It's only when a person of color involved it's justified...I understand...So you and your rethoric try to down play a people plight...You have a HELL OF NEVRVE to do that ....you and your fake righteous wouldn't dare tell a JEW to forget the Holocaust...Hitler is dead..You wouldn't dare tell the victims of JERRY SANDUSKY or the Pedophile Catholic priest victims to leave it alone.. You wouldn't dare tell the Father of the little white boy killed by Officers while sitting in his Father's truck during a traffic stop to let it go...Now put yourself in their shoes and tell us all how would you react to people of any color putting your life in danger?
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Robert Bailey · 
Brandon Jones , how many military personnel actually joined out of love of country but instead joined because of limited opportunities in life?
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Veronica L Dean
@JessicaFisher ... where are the 99.9% at when the 1% are NOT doing an upstanding job? Seems as if 99.8% sit by silently and watch them do wrong. so you are advocating for PAID CIVIL SERVANTS not to do the job they were hired for? protect and serve... uphold the laws? IT IS ATROCIOUS how many people of color have been and are treated by “some” police officers in this country.
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Earl Boucher
I completely agree w James Adams. Find another means to get your point across without disrespecting the flag.
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Dre Davis · 
James Adams no you dont understand Adam, you will never understand unless March with us, go to a neighborhood not your own. You will never understand and that is why this problem will stay
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Veronica L Dean
@JohnHarvath... let me know the black people or person who started the legacy of racism in this country or wrote it in the US constitution or who has the POWER to sustain it, as it is today....
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Veronica L Dean
@JoeMcmillian .... i will not leave it up to a racist system, to malipulate data/numbers/statistics. ALL white people are not good nor bad and ALL black people are not good nor bad.
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