To Kneel Or Not To Kneel

To Kneel Or Not To Kneel

That seems to be the question today. I for one believe that we are a free country for this very reason.

If you don’t want to stand for the national anthem I wholeheartedly believe you have that right not to and the right to show respect to our flag in whatever way you want.

But all the controversy surrounding this is not about respect, it’s about African Americans feeling like they aren’t being respected and not just them, all minorities are feeling it. Women, the LGBTQ community, everyone.

My problem is people who aren’t minorities feel like they have the right to disrespect these communities but as soon as they start fighting back they start screaming about them being disrespectful. Karma’s a bitch is all I have to say about that.

If you don’t want people doing what you call being disrespectful maybe learn to not be disrespectful yourselves.

Mary Owens
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Author: Mary Owens

I'm a stay home mom and home schooler to my teenage daughter.

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