flag burning ammendment

John A. Quayle blueoval at SGI.NET
Fri Jul 2 23:33:45 MDT 1999

>From: Jim Nantz <jnantz at STUDENT.GC.MARICOPA.EDU>
>> The congress is at it again with this flag burning ammendment thing.
>> What do you think?  Should it be illegal for you to burn a flag that you
>> own?  Of course if you burn someone else's flag the cops can get you for
>> burning someone else's stuff.

At 11:18 AM 7/2/99 -0400, Jose Rojas wrote:
>I go either way on a flag burning amendment. It is a slap in the face to
>who served our Country and yet the act itself is great example, albeit
>disgusting one, of the freedoms for which those who served fought for.
>We know we have freedom of speech but we can't yell fire in a crowded
theatre or incite a riot. I believe in prosecuting those who burn the flag
under either of
>those two ideas. If some decrepit wants to burn the flag in public then
>prosecute them for inciting a riot if one is started by those who do not
>appreciate the act. In addition I wouldn't mind beating the crap out of
>who does burn the flag.

        Only if I can watch, Jose`!!!

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