Fired for Wearing American Flag Lapel Pin

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Just before firing Sean May the day after he was sent home for wearing an American flag pin, the Casa Monica Hotel answered some questions in an email Friday.
US hotel fires worker for wearing US flag pin.

“However, our employee handbook clearly states, ‘No other buttons, badges, pins or insignias of any kind are permitted to be worn.’

St. Johns county Commissioner Mark Miner issued this statement on the issue:
“The Casa Monica Hotel and Kessler Enterprise certainly have the legal right to forbid their employees from wearing an American flag pin.

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However, their inability to discern between the flag of our nation and other pins and buttons that their policies forbid is of great concern to me.

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St. Johns County is home to nearly 20,000 military veterans and is made up of an ideologically and culturally diverse population whose collective love for the United States is second to none….

“I hope Kessler Enterprise will act quickly to correct the disrespect they have shown the flag of our great nation and end the embarrassment they have brought upon St. Johns County.”

Miner is a two-time veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and has been a member of the Florida Army National Guard since 2002.

“The dress code should include a lapel pin for everybody,” said Bruce Whalen, who served in the Air Force and takes this incident personally.
Whalen said he is so offended by the hotel’s policy that he’s writing to the hotel, along with his entire email list, and he’s calling on friends to boycott the hotel and its parent company.

Sooooooooo………NO AMERICAN FLAG PINS.usa-ani8
But don’t fret. The Heeeeeeeejab or burrka will no doubt be fully acceptable and surely ‘embraced’.

So THIS: Not OK.

THIS: Just spiffy.
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THEY HYPOCRISY IN OUR NATION IS NOTHING SHORT OF STUNNING.

Last time I checked our flag stands for the UNITED STATES of AMERICA.

Our struggles that we have endured and the people that have fought to protect our cherished freedoms.

Our Judeo-Christian ethic celebrates and fights worldwide for Liberty, justice, equality, cooperative effort, pride, and glory.

Izlam, on the other hand, is a fundamentalistic, fascistic, totalitarian, and expansionistic ideology.
Ther’s nothing warm and fuzzy about it.

It it unashamedly averse and hostile to modernity, democracy, and freedom and rights for women. Read the Ko–ran. (Better yet : Watch “Fitna”… before you call that generalizing.)
In Izlamic societies, laws and punishments are based on controlling women.

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Segregation, restrictions on travel, and coercing them to conform to the restrictive dress code. Not offering the “option.”

A girl taking off a headscarf is a challenge to their whole theocratic. thugish, terrorist State.

There is no separation of state and religion in Izlam; – hence any criticism of one is clearly seen as a criticism of the other.

Justification from the Ko–ran:

4.34. Men are in charge of women, because All-ah hath made the one of them to excel the other, and because they spend of their property (for the support of women). So good women are the obedient, guarding in secret that which All-ah hath guarded. As for those from whom ye fear rebellion, admonish them and banish them to beds apart; and scourge (beat) them. Then if they obey you, seek not a way against them Lo! Al-lah is ever High Exalted, Great.

The Plight of Women UNDER Izlam:

Rules that keep women in their Muh-am-mad stipulated place:

* If a Mu-slim woman is murdered, her beneficiary is entitled to one-half dyyeh-blood money, or compensation-as that of a murdered Mu-slim male.

* A woman’s testimony in the court of law is worth one-half that of a man.

* A woman must provide four witnesses to substantiate her claim of being raped.

* A man can divorce his wife by simply saying to her, “I divorce you,” three times.

* A divorced woman is entitled to a miserly compensation and automatically forfeits her rights to her children.

* Women are barred from the lucrative and powerful cast of clergy.

* Husbands are entitled to punish their wives corporally.

* Men are allowed to have four wives at any one time and as many concubines as they desire and can afford.

* Sau-di Ar-abia, the custodian of “true Is-lam” imposes a raft of restrictions on women such as: women are not allowed to drive; they are not permitted to leave the country without accompaniment or explicit permission of their male kin; they are barred from most government jobs and much much more.

* Among other Mus-lims, such as the Ta-liban and the Pas-htoon of Afghanistan-Pakistan region, women are barred from education and not even allowed to leave the house unless accompanied by a male kin.

* Since education, particularly professional education is often denied to women in many Is-lamic societies. There is scarcity of women physicians and male doctors are often forbidden to treat women patients.
Islam’s Apartheid

But don’t you dare think about firing a chick for insisting on wearing a shmatah on her head no matter what her job description is, right?

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Did y’all forget about the Muzlim agitator (woman) who had signed a contract to work for Disney and in doing so, agreed to their dress code.

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But no sooner did she get legal status in our country, she sued for discrimination so she could wear her shmata on her head and the EEOC came runnin along with Ham-ASS CA-IR and other organizations to support her so called “case.” frightened

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Another high-maintenance pain in the bu-tt drama queen, courtesy Izlam.

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Bet she insisted that she not hafta work with this here lil feller too:talk-to-the-hand
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And while wer’e at it………..

What do ya think the Casa Monica Hotel’s ahem “rules” are regarding body piercing, cross dressing, wearing skulls and crossbones perhaps.
You can bet your tuchus if you get sacked for that you will be defended by the PC gestapo before you can shout CA-IR, ACLU, or cough cough “Human
Rights” Watch.

Could folks choose to don these?

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Or is it only Muzlims who can refuse to integrate and adopt American dress codes at work?

Hmmmmmmmmm.

Do ya suppose this car would be allowed in their parking lot?

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Heck. Wear a flag pin to work tomorrow guyz n dollz.

Just because.

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16 Responses to “Fired for Wearing American Flag Lapel Pin”

  1. Z says:

    WHAT a super post, Angel. (Perfect flag pin for YOU there at the bottom, huh?)
    I wrote about the Olive Garden forbidding the American flag and got all kinds of comments about it but very few of my amazing commenters truly got my real point which is not that ‘they have a right to allow it or not” etc etc., but my point is “How can anybody think SEEING THE AMERICAN FLAG RUINS A DINER’S EXPERIENCE????” It was said it could RUIN A DINER’S EXPERIENCE! WHAT? And your comment at the top of this post is EXACTLY how I feel; Suddenly , the AMERICAN FLAG PIN is equated with other JUNK pins? HARDLY!
    WHO the HECK is OFFENDED by OUR FLAG IN THIS COUNTRY? ANd when did this happen?
    Gad, it’s all so disheartening and nobody’s really doing a darned thing about this. Thanks for your blog, I did my blog, but we need to DO MORE :-)

  2. Always On Watch says:

    I’m so blest that I can wear a flag pin anytime I want where I work.

    As the Occupy Whatever protests increase, we’re going to see more anti-flag sentiment. Watch for it. :(

  3. Bunni says:

    This is absolutely disgusting! What have these liberal morons done to America??

    Super post, Angel. The hypocrisy is mind boggling. The immigrants can dress however they like, and we have to bend over backwards to accommodate them, but the poor guy can’t even wear a flag pin? Even hussein wears a flag pin (we know he doesn’t mean it), but even that BUM wears one! HOW ABOUT HE GETS FIRED!
    That I wouldn’t care about ;-)
    Have a super fun weekend, Angel dear. I love that last pin.

  4. Christopher-Conservative Perspective says:

    Angel,

    Great post again my friend! After my stint in scouting as a youth where wearing an American Flag patch was part of the uniform I felt as though a part of me was missing when I no longer wore that uniform.

    My Dad solved this dilemma for me (as he knew) by giving one of many of his American Flag pins to wear. The only time I do not wear it is when I am sleeping due to obvious safety concerns. No worry there though as in my abode, no matter what room there is something that has Old Glory on it be it books and such or the actual Flag itself.

  5. Comedy Plus says:

    I can’t stand liberals. They are just plain nuts. As for Allah? Well, I don’t have any use for him either.

    Have a terrific day Angel. Big hugs. :)

  6. Debbie says:

    Good for that Commissioner speaking out, he is absolutely correct, the policy needs to be change or clarified so employees can wear the flag pin.

    Of course they are taking their cue from our current president

  7. Quite Rightly says:

    It’s pretty obvious that the Casa Monica hotel would rather have most anybody on their premises than military vets.

    Maybe they’ll get lucky and get “occupied.”

  8. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    great post and juxtaposition – my Patriot friend!

    did you read of the Olive Garden saying to the US Flag to Kiwanis:
    httpamerpundit.com/2011/10/12/olive-garden-no-american-flags-in-our-restaurant-please

    Carol-CS

  9. A Pissed Off Irishman says:

    So now the fleas are resulting to antisemitism as seen in their signs referring to Jewish Bankers, and Israel.
    I’m sure you’ve seen this video of the woman at OWS L.A. saying all Zionist Jews should be thrown out of the country

    httppoliticsandfinance.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupy-wall-street-video-zionist-jewshtml

    No surprises here, this is what the Fleabag party does when their backs are up against the wall.

  10. woodsterman says:

    Well, well, well … it looks like Marriott is the parent company of this hotel. I know where I WON’T be staying.

    Here where I found it: httpwww.marriottcom/hotels/travel/jaxak-casa-monica-autograph-collection

  11. Katie says:

    If they don’t want an employee to wear the flag, then perhaps nobody should want to stay in their hotel.

  12. Leticia says:

    What happened to American pride? There used to be a time when we honored the American flag, but now that this nation has been Muslim whipped, it’s now a a faux pas To show American pride? Bloody hell!

  13. Jenny the Pirate says:

    Of all the scary things that are happening, the contempt for our flag is perhaps the most frightening. I shudder to think where this is leading and where it could end.

  14. KarL M says:

    Yep…we have offically gone crazy..
    I just put a postage stamp on an envelope to mail and it has an American Flag on it..does that mean some idiot will not handle it!!!!
    And surprise…every piece of American currency has either an American Flag on it or GOD BLESS AMERICA written across it..Perhaps THEY will no longer be using any of it..
    i will gladly take it off their hands..BEFORE they send it to HA am aSS..
    Makes you wonder why when shopping anywhere in the Middle East the cameljockeys always ask if you have “American” money?????

  15. bob says:

    I guess we are all getting used to our flag being derided by liberals and others. Or, maybe the press is getting used to defending the act of abusing our flag. Members of my family fought, and died, defending the principles represented by that flag, and I resent the constant onslaught of ignoramuses attacking it.

    It’s time to stop the abuse and show some pride.

    Thanks for the post, Angel. I really like the angel-flag pin. It is so “you”.

  16. Freedombytheway says:

    In a free enterpirse society, private employers can insist on anything they want, within the law,and that includes no pins and no burkas. They are free to make bad decisions which hurt employee morale and profits, or make smart decisions that boost the same. Freedom demands that we take the good with the bad. Or, if we don’t like the “bad” we can quit the job or stop patronizing the business. But we certainly don’t need any government regulation or law telling employers what dress codes they can and can’t impose.