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  1. Flood says:

    Why do we need a flag burning amendment, when we have public burning laws on the books? Some one wants to burn a flag, fine. Arrest them for public burning, not for flag burning. It also denies them some of the attention that they have been craving. If you are offended by it, tough luck. Hang a flag in your yard with the proper respect. Don’t let them know it bothers you.

  2. hypermark says:

    The funniest thing about that whole debate is that if a flag hits the ground tradition requires that you burn it.

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