This is from Joe For America.

Larry Scumbag Flynt uses the American Flag as a diaper  nothing but silence.

Bill The Terrorist Ayers stomps on the American Flag nothing.

Muslims burn and defecate on the American Flag again silence.

 Vanessa Hicks a mother and a Navy veteran snaps a picture of her baby girl laying on the American Flag and people go nuts.

I personally do not have a problem with the picture.


An Idaho photographer is finding herself at the center of some unwanted attention after she posted a photo to her Facebook page of a beautiful family moment that happened to feature the American flag.

What? Yep, read on, as East Idaho News reports:

A photographer and Navy veteran is fighting back after a photo she posted to Facebook started an online backlash.

Vanessa Hicks said she had no idea her photo would be considered controversial. The photo, from a military family’s newborn photo shoot, showed a newborn infant wrapped in an American flag held by his father, who was in his military uniform.





First of all, AWWWWWWWW! So cute!!!! Second of all, the problem is what, here exactly?

Hicks, a Navy veteran herself and the wife of an active-duty Navy member, said her intention was to honor the flag as well as her clients, who wanted to incorporate their military service in the photo shoot.

“This is what he was fighting for, his son wrapped in an American flag,” Hicks told ABC News.

However, when she posted the image on her page, she started to get comments accusing her of desecrating the flag.

On one Facebook page, an unidentified poster put up her picture and wrote that they found it was “disrespectful, rude, tacky, disgusting, and against the U.S. Flag Code.”

The Federal Flag Code has guidelines for the proper treatment of the U.S. Flag but there are no rules for punishment related to violations. In the past, the Supreme Court has found that people are protected from punishment under the First Amendment for manipulating or even burning the flag.

Hicks said she was surprised when messages suddenly started to pop up on her Facebook page and even her own website criticizing her photos.

Wow. Talk about none of your business, jerk faces. This was a family moment that people serving this country, and that people serving this country did not find offensive, so perhaps you should reconsider your ‘outrageous’ comments about sacristy of the flag

She said she stayed up until 4 a.m. recently to take down comments from her business and company page, even on shoots that had nothing to do with the flag.

“I know how low I felt during those first few hours,” said Hicks. “[I felt] am I not a good American or veteran or wife? It’s a train-wreck you can’t help but watch.”


As Hicks tried to stop the comments from taking over her pages, others started to take notice and her picture went viral on social media sites. After that, Hicks found that many people, both military and civilian, told her they did not find the picture offensive.

“I have seen first-hand what is desecration of the flag,” Hicks said of her time in the military. “At the end of the day I didn’t do anything that disrespected this flag.”

Girl, please. That is a beautiful picture, and I wish I had thought of it for my sister when her daughter was born. She was active duty Marine Corps, deployed to Iraq, (OO-RAH) and I would have loved to see my niece in such a beautiful photo.

Hicks, whose husband is still on active duty in the Navy, said the flag is a symbol of U.S. freedoms including the First Amendment right to free speech.

“[My husband] wouldn’t die for a flag, he would die for the freedoms that this country offers,” she told ABC News.

After her story grabbed local headlines, Hicks has been inundated by requests for photos shoots, and she said she plans to give 15 percent of all profits related to these shoots to the USO.

I may give you a call. It’s a 10 hour drive, but I stand on principle and support others that do as well. And your photos are proof positive that you stand for America and her values.

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