Friday, July 2, 2010

Star Spangled Bummer


Sunol [CA] - A mural of an American flag three friends painted on a concrete slab on the Sunol Grade after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks was covered by gray paint this week after Caltrans said it was considered graffiti on state-owned land. Caltrans spokesman Allyn Amsk said Wednesday morning's removal had nothing to do with a lack of patriotism and everything to do with policy.

"We don't allow graffiti on state property," ... "No matter what kind of graffiti it is. We don't show favoritism."

[An American flag in America is now favoritism? For and against whom?

Fire everyone involved.]


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