Saturday, May 30, 2009

Marine Vet's Patriotism Under Attack by HOA



58 year old disabled Vietnam vet, Frank Larison, is under fire from the Dallas Home Owner's Association. The president of the HOA sent him a letter asking him to remove 7 Marine Corps decals from his vehicle, stating that advertisement is not allowed. The reporter, James Rose, points out that if this is the case, just about every car in the neighborhood is in violation as the news camera captures examples of other cars making a multitude of statements, including an Obama '08 bumpersticker. Yet it's the patriotic Marine decals that have drawn fire from the HOA.

Yup...supporting the Armed Forces and expressing patriotism is a "no-no" advertisement that violates HOA rules...but sporting an Obama '08 bumpersticker gets the free pass.

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4 Comments:

Blogger christian soldier said...

This is why I would never purchase property in an 'associated' area...You do not own the land...
This is another assault on property rights...And-how about D-Sen Whitehouse sending the FBI after a US citizen letter writer?!
--posted today on my blog..
C-CS

Saturday, May 30, 2009 8:47:00 PM  
Blogger Z said...

You know,I watched this and sent it to a Marine friend of mine. I asked him "How do we reeducate America again to love this country and honor her military?" this is absolutely incredible, Sparky. It just can't be happening! Since WHEN do we allow only what the LEFT LIKES? And since when did Americans want to diss the MARINES?

Saturday, May 30, 2009 9:56:00 PM  
Blogger J_G said...

That HOA President should be made to drop down and give us 50. What a disgrace it's an Obamination.

Monday, June 01, 2009 2:01:00 AM  
Blogger Average American said...

That 7 decals should instantly turn into 14 decals! And if they bitch again, then 28 and so on until they cut the stupid shit out!

Monday, June 01, 2009 9:37:00 PM  

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