A Georgia restaurant co-owned by a retired firefighter was recently cited for a patriotic display on the exterior of the building.
A report on theblaze.com (http://bit.ly/17MeH0H) detailed the case of Darren Miller, a retired firefighter whose father served in Vietnam. Miller has decorated the interior of his restaurant, CJ’s Hot Dogs in McDonough, with patches from the American military. But after putting a number of flags on the restaurant’s exterior, Miller was cited by the city for code violations and ordered to take the flags down.
“I’m tired of being pushed around for supporting our local men and women and I’m not going to be pushed around anymore,” Miller said.
Read more about the situation at http://bit.ly/17MeH0H.