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To me...

...this flag is saying that the original design of America, with the prominent stars representing the importance of the States, has been diminished, with things being turned on their head, with the Federal government and its agencies being treated as pre-eminent and most important, that We the People and the States must be subservient to. The Federal government was supposed to be extremely limited in size and scope, with most of the powers retained by the individual States.

What is wrong with pointing out this disparity between what the Founders established and what our current situation is? Recognizing a problem exists is the first step to resolving it, and this flag illustration, like many political cartoons, is just an attention-grabbing way to start such discussion -- to startle people out of their complacency.

It is not 'anti-American' -- it is pro-American in terms of what America is supposed to have been.