The subject is flag burning.
Nothing too unusual. After all, we see the crazed ragheads doing it all the time as soon as a gleeful and willing news crew, especially from the U.S., shows up.
Anywhere the U.S. military shows up to save some third-world shithole country's ass, there are flag-burnings in protest. Anytime anyone from the U.S. shows up, there are flag-burnings.
You know the routine: They prattle on about how evil all non-Muslims are, how peaceful and loving and tolerant Muslims are, then they produce an American flag, prattle on some more, then set it on fire then proceed to dance around like little rabid animals on crystal meth.
Yet they get pissed off if we want to burn or flush the Qur'an?
Flag burning is nothing new here in the U.S., I'm sorry to say. Spare me the BS about "freedom of speech." Most of us equate burning a flag with shouting "Fire!" in the proverbial crowded theater.
You're inciting a riot when you do that. If you want to incite a riot by burning the flag around me or my friends, you've come to the right place. A numbnuts bed-wetting pinko at Louisiana State University found himself in harm's way when he announced he was going to burn a flag. The student body literally chased this piece of crap off the campus.
If we had kids, LSU would be at the top of our list of colleges to consider.
But it seems there's been a new twist to desecrating the symbol of America, right here in America, albeit in New Jersey. . . Someone or some people are skulking around Roselle Park, New Jersey and burning flags while the homeowners are away or asleep.
This is a double whammy because the flags are on poles attached to homes.
I would call this attempted arson. I would also shoot some son of a bitch I caught trying to set my flag on fire on my property while it was attached to my house. In New Jersey, that would probably get me the electric chair or gas chamber.
In Texas, I'd probably have a day named after me.
In reading the story, I see where the police hypothesize that "the flag burnings could be the work of some kids on a dare, or someone with a grudge against the military."
What brilliant police work.
Sleep easy, Roselle, New Jersey, your police department is on the case.