I would think that freedom of speech is granted to those who do not want to honor our national anthem and to those who find such an act disagreeable. Can we agree to disagree? Isn’t that phrase so convenient and cute?
One of our past HOA committee members attends our HOA board meetings and will not stand or recite the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. flag. I know his religion mandates that he does not pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag, but the deeper implication is to consider how he might make judgments as a HOA board member or auxiliary board member. I myself would not want to be governed in any way by someone who for what ever reason does not honor the symbols of our nation. I wish to point out that the religion of this gentleman does not prohibit him from being a real estate broker. — hank springer =- sincerely and honestly, posted 707pm 9 25 17. — this is not fake news, and contrary to what some HOA board members say about my opinions, I think at least this one contains facts.
Also, my HOA board is taking legal action to evict an 89 yr old man, a veteran of the Korean war, because his son is a nuisance or something like that. I’ll let our HOA lawyers explain that one to you. In addition, the secretary of our HOA board who goes along with this despicable legal action had been an army sergeant, serving for 8 years. Perhaps the board works in mysterious ways, and who am I who never served on the board to criticize. You know what I mean?
…..A young man was called out for wearing a shirt about freedom and not standing for the National Anthem. Someone apparently doesn’t really understand what freedom means. …
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