Foolishness knows no bounds, even in Texas.
Frank Larison is a disabled veteran with more than 14 years of service, including more than a year of combat duty in Vietnam.
The 58-year-old former Marine now finds himself under attack by his Dallas homeowners association for displaying seven decals on his vehicle supporting the Marine Corps.
“To me, it’s being patriotic, and it shows that I served,” the veteran told FOX 4.
The board says the decals are advertisements that violate HOA rules, and must be covered or removed.
I’m slightly embarrassed that it’s happening in Texas, but in defense of the great state, this is happening in the Woodlands (which is the kind of place people go to when they’d like to live in Beverly Hills, but still want to say “Ya’ll” all the time).
That, and being familiar with the peculiar form of
fascism governance that is a homeowner’s association, I’m not surprised in the least.
I had a JO on my boat have his American flag removed from his mailbox by the HOA. Seems loving freedom wasn’t in the bylaws or some crap.