The Burnett Battle flag. I have one.

This was used as the official Texas flag from 1836 until 1839 when my Great, Great Grandfather was running Texas.  No one has ever dishonored it and I won't be the first.



When it goes up, the combat veterans and public servants will have to decide whether they intend to obey their oath to protect the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.  Think about what your oath means.  If it means nothing to you, neither does your badge or uniform. 


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Texas


90% of success is showing up.  Getting the math right is the other 50%.

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