Comment’s by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
Barbara Boxer, U.S. Senator from CA has the worst record on taxation of any of congress. She is not up again until 2016. Watch her become ill when Republican’s take the senate and the presidency and with other gutless members of her dying progressive head home where they belong.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Dear Mr. Campbell:
Each year on June 14th, we celebrate Flag Day, a day set aside to honor the beloved symbol of America’s freedom and unity. (Here is my flag ma’am)
(Thanks for the wonderful thought senator but Marxist’s and communists who you represent don’t celebrate Flag Day. So please save the nonsense for some one that cares) (Here is your flag ma’am)
The flag of the United States of America represents the people, the places, and the unique history of this great country. It drapes the caskets of our nation’s fallen heroes. It tops our office buildings, stands watch in our courtrooms, and proudly leads the parade in our cities and towns.
(Please don’t insult us with your knowledge of our stars and stripes. You represent the worst of America, and fortunately our Founding Father’s put in place the First Amendment so could would be allowed say what you desire.)
(More blah blah nonsense that was written for her that she doesn’t believe below.)
This year, the flag of the United States is 235 years old – older than the U.S. Constitution. Since the mid-1880s, Americans have honored our flag with local observances, including a Flag Day celebration in Chicago in 1894 that drew 300,000 people. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation establishing a national observance of Flag Day. A bill signed by President Harry Truman in 1949 codified the observance into law.
(Odd, Wilson being a progressive one would think you would have scrubbed that from the agenda, unless of course it’s a government paid holiday.
This June 14th, as we celebrate Flag Day, let us take a moment to appreciate the history of our country and all those who have built it, sustained it, and contributed to its lasting legacy.
Sincerely, (You Ma’am don’t know the meaning of the word sincerely)
United States Senator