HOA Tells Veterans They Can Only Fly American Flags 23 Days

Imagine serving your nation four or more years, possibly fighting and sacrificing limbs and health, and then be told that you can only fly your American flag 23 specific days a year. Why should anyone be limited as to how often they can fly their American flag here in the US is beyond reason.

Veterans are fighting to display American flags outside their homes in a Georgia community after their homeowners association told them flags could only be displayed on 23 specific days of the year.

“I was extremely upset… that’s a polite way of putting it,” said U.S. Navy veteran Tom Wilder, after he learned in an emailed statement that his American flag could only be flown outside his house on certain days.

The Village at Towne Lake Homeowners Association said in a statement to residents regarding the flying of flags: “These guidelines help maintain the aesthetic and architectural theme of the community.” …

If I were one of the veterans living in that community, I would be waging war against the homeowners association, which is obviously run by liberals who never served out nation nor are they proud to be Americans. The veterans are vowing to keep their flags flying, no matter what.

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