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Posted on: Sunday, September 11, 2016
Proud to be an AMERICAN VETERAN! Semper Fi to Alex!
This guy is a real American
   
 
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Proud to be an AMERICAN VETERAN! Semper Fi to Alex!

Please forward via email to ALL VETERANS... 

Today Alex went to the DMV to renew his license. When he was told to go have his picture taken, he noticed that there were some other men having their picture taken and were wearing turbans on their heads.

Alex was asked to take his hat off to have his picture taken. He said "no", and "no" again when asked the second time.

When he was asked why he would not remove his hat, he said, "Those men didn't remove their head wear, I shouldn't either".

It was explained that this was their attire and their religion.

Alex told the DMV person that what he had on was his attire and when he entered the Marines he declared an oath to the USA, and one nation under God, so that his oath was under God so just as good as his religion.

Well, the DMV people didn't know what to do, they spoke to supervisors and called Sacramento.

Alex was told, after an hour, that he could wear his hat for the picture and if there were any problems they would let him know and he could appeal their decision

He told them if there was a problem he WILL appeal it.

Alex feels no one has more right to display their head gear than a Veteran or active service person

When he left several employees at the DMV clapped quietly for him

He has spoken to few other Veterans and they plan to do the same.

ALL VETERANS SHOULD DO THE SAME!!

Time to start taking our country back from the liberal idiots bent on its destruction!

 PASS IT ON TO ALL YOUR VETERAN FRIENDS!!

 THIS GUY IS A REAL AMERICAN!!!

 

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