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    My Sons American Medals Does he have to take them off fo rany foreign holiday

     
    My Son has worked hard in earned his medals in NJ ROTC American high school program that's been around for years. As a Veteran of Vietnam no one in America is going to tell my son that he's not allowed to wear his medals which included the American flag symbol on some other country’s holiday. He has worked for that at his school which is in America and has every right to display his medals and flags that he has earned through their school program. No dictator from the school or any other agencies in America is going to change that point of view that I have. I have sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States and defend her against foreign and domestic. NJROTC is an American high school program. It trains young man and women to be connected to their country and teaches them traditional values. Once again he will not be stripped of that honor to display his uniform which he has earned to where along with the medals which protrudes the American flag which is the symbol of our country.
    Truly this is one of the biggest asinine things that school district could have done and push it to the courts to enforce it is even more pathetic.

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