Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Homeowners association declares war on ex-Marine over military decals on car

The American people need to stand up for this Marine and contact the HOA in Dallas Texas and tell them exactly what you think of this BS!!

A Dallas HOA has ordered a disabled Vietnam vet to remove seven Marine Corps decals from his car, including the Marine emblem and Semper Fi slogans.

“To me, it’s being patriotic, and it shows that I served,” Frank Larison said.

The board says the decals are ads and violate HOA rules and must be covered or removed. If he doesn’t comply, the HOA says it will tow the car at Larimore’s expense and fine him $50 for any future incident.

Larison seems to have a lot of allies in the neighborhood.

“That is his identity,” Mary Castagna piped in. “He goes to a lot of the veteran meetings, and it means a lot to him. Everyone else agrees with it; it doesn’t bother anybody.”

“He’s in the Marines, and he’s proud of it, and I don’t blame him,” neighbor Paul Hardy commented. “If I’d gone through what he’s gone through, I’d be kind of proud of it myself.”

The complaint was delivered in a letter. Probably because the HOA board was afraid to say something this stupid to a former Marine in person.

Source: Fox TV Houston

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