If you are a regular American, you might have acknowledged Veterans Day last Friday by putting out your flag. If you are a moonbat, you might have acknowledged it like very differently:
Nicholas Strada, a neuroscience major who’s in an eight-year undergraduate and medical school program at Brown, was in a Constitutional law class Thursday when he saw people putting up flags for the ceremony, all along the walkways that crisscross the school’s main green.
When he left class, the first flag he saw was snapped in half, just dangling, he said. So he went and bought a roll of tape. While he was fixing it, he noticed a pile of flags lying on the ground, and then another. So he started putting those flags back into the ground, he said.
Then he saw someone grabbing flags out of the ground and throwing them against a tree. He put those back. Then he saw the same person taking a pile of them and walking off with them. “That wasn’t the only person,” he said. “Someone was walking down the path and stomping on them one by one. I went over and nicely asked, ‘Could you not do that? People just put them up.’ . . . I explained they were for Veterans Day. She said, ‘I don’t care about that right now,’ and walked off.”
Supreme sacrifices are made whether their unworthy beneficiaries care about them or not.
On a tip from Byron.