The flag doesn't stand for you. It doesn't stand for the few cops that injustly took the lives of people black or white. It never stood for you, it never stood for them. It stands for those who /died/ for you, and those who /died/ for blacks. When you choose not to honour the flag by standing during the pledge or the anthem, it's not those cops or the citizens of america or the president you're choosing not to honour, it's your ancestors that fought and maybe even died in wars for you, it's the brave men and women like Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, /reluctant/ slave owners who served America and made it what it is.
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