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Video: Students clash over loyalties


Students clashing over American and Mexican loyalties...and flags.

I never thought I would see something like this happen.

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"We want respect! We want respect!..

Yeah... ummm... just keep knocking the American Flag to the ground. That oughta get respect for you.

Diversity shoved down our throats comes at the expense of unity.

I know of too many Californians moving out of this great state because of what it has (and continues to) become.

crazy mexicans

or Latinos or Hispanics or Mexican Americans or whatever is PC.

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It was just a matter of time

Before this would happen,Try going to another country and shoving loyalty from your country down their throats with no respect for their country's flag.

I am the Flag

by Ruth Apperson Rous
I am the flag of the United States of America.

I was born on June 14, 1777, in Philadelphia.

There the Continental Congress adopted my stars and stripes as the national flag.

My thirteen stripes alternating red and white, with a union of thirteen white stars in a field of blue, represented a new constellation, a new nation dedicated to the personal and religious liberty of mankind.

Today fifty stars signal from my union, one for each of the fifty sovereign states in the greatest constitutional republic the world has ever known.

My colors symbolize the patriotic ideals and spiritual qualities of the citizens of my country.

My red stripes proclaim the fearless courage and integrity of American men and boys and the self-sacrifice and devotion of American mothers and daughters.

My white stripes stand for liberty and equality for all.

My blue is the blue of heaven, loyalty, and faith.

I represent these eternal principles: liberty, justice, and humanity.

I embody American freedom: freedom of speech, religion, assembly, the press, and the sanctity of the home.

I typify that indomitable spirit of determination brought to my land by Christopher Columbus and by all my forefathers - the Pilgrims, Puritans, settlers at James town and Plymouth.

I am as old as my nation.

I am a living symbol of my nation's law: the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights.

I voice Abraham Lincoln's philosophy: "A government of the people, by the people,for the people."

I stand guard over my nation's schools, the seedbed of good citizenship and true patriotism.

I am displayed in every schoolroom throughout my nation; every schoolyard has a flag pole for my display.

Daily thousands upon thousands of boys and girls pledge their allegiance to me and my country.

I have my own law—Public Law 829, "The Flag Code" - which definitely states my correct use and display for all occasions and situations.

I have my special day, Flag Day. June 14 is set aside to honor my birth.

Americans, I am the sacred emblem of your country. I symbolize your birthright, your heritage of liberty purchased with blood and sorrow.

I am your title deed of freedom, which is yours to enjoy and hold in trust for posterity.

If you fail to keep this sacred trust inviolate, if I am nullified and destroyed, you and your children will become slaves to dictators and despots.

Eternal vigilance is your price of freedom.

As you see me silhouetted against the peaceful skies of my country, remind yourself that I am the flag of your country, that I stand for what you are - no more, no less.

Guard me well, lest your freedom perish from the earth.

Dedicate your lives to those principles for which I stand: "One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

I was created in freedom. I made my first appearance in a battle for human liberty.

God grant that I may spend eternity in my "land of the free and the home of the brave" and that I shall ever be known as "Old Glory," the flag of the United States of America.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

It's funny how they are

It's funny how they are supposedly clashing over their differing identities however by the looks of them it seems most of them have already gladly bought and accepted the identity sold to them by the hip-hop culture machine.

For the most part these are the sad products of our public education system. People who have no concept of who they are as individuals so they are forced to latch on to any kind of manufactured identity they can get their hands on. They (all of them no matter the race) are a group that are very easy to divide, control and persuade.

One picks up an American flag, one picks up a Mexican flag, but neither one really has any idea as to why, and they are only doing it out of a desperate attempt to avoid the terrifying prospect of having to figure out who they are by using their own spirit and intellect.

It's so much easier to let someone else do the thinking and just put on the identity that they provide.

Very sad indeed

because they are all being used. Notice not banksters around to take any heat.

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."