Frank Albert Bailey 
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Re: “Remembering the days when Walmart TV commercials featured happy workers

I don't mean to be deceitful to anyone , but as a lot of people who might perhaps read this know, I am not Frank, I am his widow Patricia. He died July 27, 2011. I never closed his Facebook page, and have only now begun to try and monitor and maintain it. This entry just inspired me to post , as Frank and I were of one mind in this topic. It was not my intention to offend anyone, but this is the United States of America after all! In sure he would have said all this in a much more eloquent manner , but I did my best. Blessings to all!

Posted by Frank Albert Bailey on 11/23/2012 at 1:02 PM

Re: “Remembering the days when Walmart TV commercials featured happy workers

I enjoy this blog very much. But i have to take issue with the statements on the flag . I love our beautiful flag . It's us indeed the symbol if what we hold dear about this country . But, it is , just that , a symbol. A symbol only represents the principles and concepts , it is not them. They are intangibles. When the focus is on the symbol, rather than the important ides that inspired it, it opens the door for all kinds if unpleasantness, all the way from petty bickering to out and out violence . Keep and revere your symbols as you see fit , but keep the principles that they represent foremost in your heart and mind. So if you see someone handling a flag in a manner that annoys or offends you, remember those principles that we so love, and be grateful you live in a nation that embraces them . Be an American and enjoy the fact that you can choose to appreciate our symbols as you see fit.

Posted by Frank Albert Bailey on 11/23/2012 at 12:37 PM

 

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