Meet Mark Friedman
Today's California Asshat
"I've always had problems with the Pledge of Allegiance," said Friedman, whose politics were shaped in the fiery days of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in his hometown, Chicago.
In his argument to end the custom, Friedman said that in a world without "liberty and justice for all," the pledge has lost its meaning. And in an interconnected global society, relationships between people have become more important than diplomatic ties between nation-states.
"We are one planet," Friedman said. [Allegiance to more than the flag]
Saturday, February 09, 2013
Hates saying the POA
Rodger the Real King of France 2/09/2013 09:24:00 AM 3 Comments
"I am hard at work, trying to get the comments to print in this box. Testing... Testing.... Testing"