Red, White, And Blue In Bristol, Rhode Island—Add On Pitch For Occupy Wall Street
Many of the streets in Bristol, Rhode Island have red, white, and blue dividing lines.
And many of the houses have American flags.
The home in the picture above was just a normal residential house.
The picture above was taken a month after the Fourth of July. Those flags and the bunting on that house were not just up for the Fourth.
In Rhode Island two months ago I noticed a large number of homes had American flags on display.
Maybe this has to do with the fact that Rhode Island was one of the original 13 colonies.
The oldest continuous Fourth of July parade in the nation is held each year in Bristol. The parade dates back to 1785.
As I recall it from when I was a kid in Proviodence, many streets in Rhode Island had those red, white and blue dividing lines during the Bicentennial year of 1976.
Consistent with the spirit of freedom, Occupy Providence will convene on October 15 in Burnside Park in Downtown Providence.
There are Occupy events taking place across the nation. Look for one near you.
The Occupy effort is part of the long American history of progress and fair play.
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