Monday, April 16, 2007

Why? Or, rather, why not?

After due consideration, in relation to Richard Gere (Richard Gere Out Of Tibet!), I have come to the conclusion that we in the United States burn far too few things in effigy. And, no, Dood A'Fire in the Desert does NOT count.

That is all. Thank you for your time.


futuregirl said...

When Congress was wasting time, as it does every year, talking about amending the Constitution to make it illegal to burn the flag, I thought it would be a good idea to start a blog where I posted pictures of myself burning a flag every day until the f*ers started dealing with real issues.

Blaize said...

The flag-burning hoopla annoys me. And one of the reasons it annoys me is because I HAVE a flag, and when it gets dirty I'm SUPPOSED to either burn or bury it. That's the way to dispose of it properly. So, uh, what would I do if a flag-burning amendment passed? I would a. be unable to protest in a certain way, and b. have to throw my old flag in the garbage, where it would go to a landfill. God Bless the USA!

P.S. I have a flag because it is MY flag and MY country (including all the problems, internal and external) and I am not going to let those jerks take that away from me or blame me for the problems they create.

Ooo. I'm uppity this morning.