27 May 2009

First, It Was The Confederate Flag . . .

Debbie McLucas is one of four hospital supervisors at Kindred Hospital in Mansfield. Last week, she hung a three-by-five foot American flag in the office she shares with the other supervisors.
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.

Complete story here.

I would fire the complaining supervisor for being an un-American, whining, cry baby and escort that person to the door and then I would plaster the walls with American flags.

8 comments:

James F. Epperson said...

Actually, IMO the problem here is her boss who was too stupid to point out that this is our national flag and he isn't going to ask an employee to take it down. And she (McLucas) should consider court action.

Brboyd said...

There once was a time when I would read Tim LeHaye and wonder "Could it really get that way here?" Well, now I dont wonder that anymore.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

We're in agreement James.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

BR - quite stunning, isn't it?

Brboyd said...

It is quite stunning to learn that the government is already preparing for martial law. It shouldnt take a professor to eventually formulate the question "why?".

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address comment regarding "of the people, for the people and by the people" soon will not apply anymore.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Well, I'm not so sure about the martial law suggestion but there is plenty going on that certainly make me nervous about our freedoms.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Ironic how Lincoln didn't actually implement his supposed belief in how government was "of the people, for the people and by the people".

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Dear Ole' Abe was in a difficult position for a consummate politician. I mean, who wants to be remembered as the President who saw the fracturing of the Republic happen under his watch. I don't think enough consideration has been given to that aspect of what motivated him.