I can't post a link on mobile but I'm sure it's easily found. Saw a story on the news about a sheriff in South Carolina who refused to lower the flag at his station to half staff in honor of Nelson Mandela even after the executive order from Obama.
He actually did go on camera stating that he has nothing against Mandela and feels that he should be honored but that the American flag should be reserved for those who fought and served for the US.
I'm not sure I would have taken it that far, but I do kinda feel like he has a point. What do you think?
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