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Patricia Knott wrote:
> Yesterday, as I watched the opening of the Indy 500, and saw the "old guys"
> with their hats over their hearts during the singing of the National Anthem,
> I wondered about what will happen when the WWII generation is gone. When I
> walk past classrooms during homeroom and see students that refuse to stand
> during the pledge of allegiance, let alone keep their mouths shut, I wonder.
Not to worry,
All this talk is quite bleak but I still am an optimist and believe
that things will be all right in the end. As proof my sons go to a
school where they have to stand and pledge- not only to the American
flag but also they pledge to the Christian flag. There are schools
all over this nation (big and small) which require it. They start in
preschool and have morals, consequences, and learn to help fellow
man. There is a senior center next door which they come in contact
several times a week. Also the pastor is a three tour vietnam vet,
who became a pastor after retiring from another profession. I
believe there are small towns or communities where this is still
relevant and will continue. So you see it is not as bleak as it may
Everyone needs a positive attitude and not let the evil/darkness
seep into your minds or it will win.
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