'Don't Mess With My Flag': Vets Outraged After HOA Limits When American Flags Can Be Displayed

Residents in a Georgia neighborhood are outraged after their homeowners association said they can only display American flags outside their homes 23 days out of the year.

Tom Wilder is a U.S. Navy veteran who proudly flies a flag outside his home in the Village at Towne Lake in Cherokee County.

"You don't mess with my flag," Wilder said.

Recently, Wilder and every other resident in the community received an email from their HOA limiting the number of days the American flag can be flown outside their homes, in order to "maintain the aesthetic and architectural theme of the community."

"They are giving us 23 days to display it," Wilder told Fox 5. "Now we won't be able to even put it in the ground. It has to be in a flag holder attached to our houses."

According to Wilder, the 23 days the HOA chose are mostly holidays.

Read the full story at FoxNews.com

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