Sunday, May 31, 2009

Texas Woman Told to Remove 'Offensive' American Flag From Office

"Debbie McLucas comes from a patriotic family – her husband and both of her sons served in the U.S. military, and her daughter is currently deployed to Iraq on her second tour of duty as a combat medic.

So when McLucas arrived at work at a Texas hospital last Friday, she was stunned to be told that the Stars and Stripes she had hung in her office in advance of Memorial Day were offensive, and that the flag had been removed.

“I got into work, I was met by my supervisor and told that there had been multiple complaints, that people found the flag very offensive and it had been taken down," McLucas told

"I went to the office to retrieve it and found the flag wrapped around the pole, sitting in the corner on the ground. I was speechless."


Now take this as it is meant, merely an observation of reality, and not a tirade against hagish harridans. WHEREVER there are a plethora, plethora and a quarter maybe, of congregated modern females (for heaven TEXAS, even!), there are enough liberals to treble the size of the crack in the Liberty Bell just by their presence. The nursing/healthcare profession has turned otherwise attractive and happy females into lumpy, sack-wearing drones incapable of anything resembling pride in appearance or work ethic, so but of course hospitals have evolved into dens of leftwing iniquities.

And we all know that means NO American flag, No signs of patriotism whatsoever, and NO discussion about the matter because to even hint at offending their obesity-dulled sensibilities is insulting to they who SEE-ALL, and KNOW-ALL. After the fuss became public the hospital is hurrying to make like it never happened, and are saying that Mrs. McLucas can re-hang the offending flag. This is of course to head off even more scrutiny of these craven sloths, as who would wish to listen to the garbled, broken English coming from those who despise America as they try to relate their side of the story.

They tossed the Flag to the ground. Enough said.

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