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Welcome Home! Thank You Veterans

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“A Patriotic Fact from the Flag Lady’s Flag Store.

We the People of the United States of America, the greatest country in the world, enjoy freedom today because of the loyalty, love and devotion of our United States Military.

It’s because of our military that we can still proudly say, ‘We are the land of the free and the home of the brave

When you see our military, take time to say ‘Thank you for serving our country

And if it’s a Viet Nam Veteran add ‘Welcome Home!

God Bless each of you and your families and God Bless America!”

A Reublic…If You Can Keep It – Flag Lady Patriotic Fact

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“A Patriotic Fact from the Flag Lady’s Flag Store.

There were 55 delegates who met in Philadelphia to write the laws that govern our land. The Average age was 44 the oldest was Benjamin Franklin at 81 and the youngest was 26 [Jonathon Dayton, New Jersey]. The United States Constitution was passed on September 17, 1787.

WE THE PEOPLE were the first three words.

After our Constitution was signed a lady asked Benjamin Franklin, What have you given us?

He replied: We’ve given you a republic, if you can keep it.

God Bless America!”

Hello, Remember Me? Honoring the American Flag [VIDEO]

This is a poem read by Mary Leavitt the Flag Lady. It is a speech that she’s done for years. There have been a lot of requests to be able to share this speech with more people so we decided to put it into video form for you to share! Thanks for your support. God Bless You and God Bless America!

Woodrow Wilson Flag Day Speech 1916

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“OUR FLAG IS THE EMBLEM OF OUR UNITY, THOUGHT AND PURPOSE AS A NATION. IT HAS NO OTHER CHACRACTER THAN THAT WHICH WE GIVE IT FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION.”

TAKE A MOMENT AND REFLECT ON WHO SHARED THEIR LOVE OF OUR FLAG WITH YOU — AND THEN THINK ABOUT HOW YOU HAVE PASSED THAT
LOVE FOR OUR FLAG TO OTHERS.

We want to know: What does the American Flag mean to you? Tell us below in the comments or join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter.