A Flag Truly Worth Burning

The American-hating leftists at the New York Times decided to re-imagine the American flag, and their new flag looks exactly like what you would expect.

The unsigned editorial on Tuesday warned, “Some are functional designs, others artistic renderings; some represent America as it could be, others how the artist sees the country now.” If you think America is terrible and that should be represented on the flag, graphic designer Na Kim offered a washed out option to represent “surrender.”

The colors of our flag are intended to stand for unity, valor and justice. The gray, monochrome flag represents America surrendering to its fall from power and loss of the ideals it once stood for. The American dream is being washed away.

My fellow Americans, who among you cannot embrace this beautiful flag?

Honestly, a surrender flag is the perfect metaphor for the Biden regime.

11 thoughts on “A Flag Truly Worth Burning

  1. Please, please, please, have someone build a wall around that city, put bombs in the water around it & have guard towers with armed guards & helicopters flying around overhead to keep them from escaping.

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  2. BTW, Wyatt, yesterday was my last day at work… at least until the next job. I’ll be on the road for the next few days, doing a slow mosey back to Texas. So if you miss my caustic wit, don’t worry… I’ll be dreaming up some more snark for you.

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  3. Not particularly about NYC…but do you ever get the feeling that the San Andreas fault is letting you down and hope it would just hurry up?

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    1. When I lived in the central valley in CA, I was ticked off that I never got that beach front property courtesy of San Andreas.

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  4. Rudy – I mean, get on with it already. I saw Newsom implemented more liberty-crushing mandates like two days after he won his recall election. As far as I’m concerned, CA could fall into the ocean, and take Washington and Oregon with them.

    MelP – That would have been amazing. I’d be at your house every day.

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