As us being able to have a voice or having the right to stand up for what we believe in. I feel like if someone doesn’t want to stand for the national anthem they should not be bashed for it, Many people
I completely agree with your statement that we have the right to fight for what we believe in. I also agree with you in standing for the anthem. It’s not fair to disrespect all the people that have fought for out country just because of one person. We should handle those issues in other ways. Are there any ways you can think of that would solve or aid this issue in any way?
Helpful link: https://www.digipo.io/wiki/commons/when-did-we-begin-standing-for-the-national-anthem.htm
Shadayah, I found this post extremely interesting because your stance on this topic is so nice to see in such a heavy fought debate, for one this debate grips the nation and it seems like everyone is so vehemently stuck to one side while you find yourself in a happy and accepting medium that is really a stance that I would love to see more people take just so that we can get to see a little more love in this nation because we all sure could use it. I found this link that delves into your topic a little more if you would like to take a look at it. https://www.procon.org/headline.php?headlineID=005323
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