Especially since they plan on it changing in the not too distant future to this thing if Obama doesn't stop stealing American's money from the treasury.
DALLAS — Next weekend, when you see the red, white and blue proudly displayed for Independence Day, take a closer look.Tim Childress had to double-check when he unfurled Old Glory — he got more than he wanted
President Eisenhower set the standard for all American flags 51 years ago. The order requires 13 stripes and 50 stars on a field of blue.
Large or small, the American Flag is supposed to be flown with pride, a symbol of our nation.
The seven red stripes represent hardiness and valor; six white stripes stand for for purity and innocence. There's a blue field for perseverance and justice. And, of course, 50 stars for each of the 50 states.
That makes Tim Childress' flag something other than American."You can kind of see the stars are all crooked, and if you count them, there's actually 61 stars," he said.
Childress counted several times. He multiplied rows and columns. He counted them one-by-one.Every time, it added up to 61.