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June 14, 2005

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Your first post of the day is a fitting tribute to the flag and the Nation for which it stands. As quoted, freedom isn't free, and those spoiled lazy-thinking individuals in this country need to be so reminded until they awake.

Excellent post! And thanks for the reminder--I was so caught up in the Cotillion and my domestic chores, I regret to admit that I'd forgotten today was Flag Day!

See ya on the dance floor! :-)

--TwoDragons

Flag Day was my Grandmother's birthday. She would've been 99 years old. God Bless her.

Thanks for the link, Sissy. If you liked the comment, you probably should read my post from last year, Anthems,

http://www.theglitteringeye.com/archives/000111.html

which anticipates your contrasting of "The Star Spangled Banner" and "America, The Beautiful".

Thank you so much, Dave. Great post.

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