Friday, June 07, 2013

Poll of the Day

We'll base it on this story: Should there be a federal law allowing veterans to render military-style salutes when reciting the Pledge of Allegiance or when the National Anthem is played at sporting events?

Should There Be a Law That Veterans Not In Uniform May Render Hand Salutes? free polls 

My own opinion is that we don't need such a law. Further, I think that for simplicity's sake, that if you are wearing civilian clothing you should render the standard hand-on-heart salute. We already have enough problems with phony military "heroes" without giving wannabes and fakers yet another way to disrespect our service.

1 comment:

Rev. Paul said...

I concur, Bob. It's a non-issue.