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PART CONGRESSIONAL RECORD (HOUSE)
DATE February 28, 1995
PAGE PAGE H2319TITLE
The flag of our country stands for values and ideals that are enormously important and it is a symbol that we all cherish.
One of the things the flag stands for is a people and a government strong enough to tolerate diversity and to make room even for unpopular views. That is what the Bill of Rights and the first amendment is all about.
Respect for the flag does and will always flow from our patriotism, our love of country, but it is time again for us to stand up for what the flag stands for, the freedoms that we cherish in this land.
OUTLINE 1. STAND UP FOR THE FREEDOM THE FLAG STANDS FOR H2319