Sunday, May 29, 2011

Bought and paid for with American Blood

Who's flying her this weekend? I am. The old man served in Korea and taught me about the 1911 and the Thompson. Gave me the book "Kill or Get Killed". I still have his flight jacket. Y'all don't disapoint us now! Let's see some!


Mine flies 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and lit up at night.
Been that way since I moved in here except for a few days after 9/11 when some pussy stole it off my front porch and I couldn't find another one anywhere because everybody decided to get patriotic for a week.


drjim said...

The wife and I put her up this morning.
We'll take her down at sunset.

Marc Cote said...

Up yesterday, up today, and up again tomorrow.

PatriotUSA said...

Yep, been out all weekend, and down at sunset. Up early tomorrow!

FYI: Patriot's Corner has been invited to be a participant in "The Right Blog Fest." PC and several other
excellent, CONSERVATIVE blogs will do tributes for Memorial Day.

I would honored to those who tread here at KDMLA to stop in and leave a comment or two and what you read.

'Stealing' posts is something I encourage. There is honor among the 'right' thieves.

Stinkwilly said...

I fly mine 24/7 on a 25' pole and it only goes half mast for warriors who gave of their lives for their country. Fuck the politicians and that booger eating bastard in the whitehouse. I wouldn't fly a snotty handkerchief for any of'em. I would like to remind everyone, that the FLAG flys half mast till noon and then is raised to the top. Give it a salute when you get done, maybe the neighbor will be watching and it'll get him to thinking about what it's all about.

Mile Hi said...

flyin high all weekend. lit up like she should be at night.when she comes down,,,i have the one tattooed on my arm.thanks again to those who gave some and especially to those who gave all. signed, The Erwin Family.

Anonymous said...

My flag flies 24/7 256 days a year and lit every night. It only comes down on the fourth to be replaced immediately with a new one. Always to honor the men and women who fought and died for our freedom...

Templar in Georgia...

j3maccabee said...

I hoist mine but it doesn't have a half-mast position for today. Still - it's there.

BTW - You actually quoted Mad Dog on your introductory column. God bless you for that. His spirit lives on.

AND it would not surprise me to learn that to this day, out in the stinking, hell-hot nights of Vietnam, a commie soldier disappears once in a while, without a sound except for the gurgle of a slashed throat.
Hey - maybe that would be a good rumor to start over there.
"And all they found was his belt, one blood stained boot, and an Ace of Spades card..."

Deb said...

Mine also flies every day with exception of the winter months or when there are gale force winds.

My street has many vets, yet I am the only one flying the flag.

wirecutter said...

God bless Mad Dog.
I had his name tattooed on my wrist when I got tired of replacing the MIA bracelets that I accidentally destroyed over the years.