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GMD: Flag Family

Yi!

Ryan and Sarah were live with us today for Great Mate Debate.  They just moved in to a diverse neighborhood and are settling in nicely.  Ryan now wants to hang an American flag out front to show his patriotism.  Sarah is glad that he is patriotic but thinks he could show it in other ways because she doesn’t want to be seen as “that family” in the neighborhood.  She fears that being as they are the minority in that neighborhood it will be taken as something other than patriotism. 

Slacker comes from a “flag family” but has never really been that guy himself.  He admits that it’s mostly because he fears his HOA and he has no idea what the rules are about it.  Both Slacker and Steve say that they didn’t realize what the big deal was until Sarah explained and can understand why the flag might have them dubbed “that family”.  But still think that it’s sad that this is even a debate because this is America.

Whose side are you on?

I hate to admit this but I think that was one of the most pathetic GMD’s ever.  I have no idea how it’s even argument. I think Sarah is being paranoid about the flag and should be glad she has the luxury of affording a home in this wonderful country.  I say, “Go Ryan! Fly that flag in front of your house!”

Toodles!
Intern Kelly

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02/07/2013 3:54PM
GMD: Flag Family
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02/07/2013 4:59PM
Shocking!
I must say listening to this debate shocked me at how far out there some people are. I think this women is totally off her rocker, and is odviously way to the looney left. I'll bet she would have no problem with a latino putting a Mexican flag on their yard. She's totally nuts!
02/09/2013 11:17PM
I agree with Kelly the Intern
I listened to this "debate" and was so irritated by the wife I wanted to throw something at the radio! Give me a break. I hope Ryan gets a backbone and stands up for what he believes in and Sarah realizes that no one will care if they have a flag. If she can't stand the thought of someone thinking negatively of her (over a flag), she might be narcissistic. My husband and I have a flag on our house, while many in our neighborhood do not, and we are certainly not labeled or ostracized. Good luck with this marriage.
02/09/2013 11:19PM
I agree with Kelly the Intern
I listened to this debate and was so irritated by the wife I wanted to throw something at the radio! Give me a break. I hope Ryan gets a backbone and stands up for what he believes in and Sarah realizes that no one will care if they have a flag. If she can't stand the thought of someone thinking negatively of her (over a flag), she might be narcissistic. My husband and I have a flag on our house, while many in our neighborhood do not, and we are certainly not labeled or ostracized. Good luck with this marriage.
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