If I had a flag, I would display it. I am very grateful for being born in America, and I am grateful to the veterans and soldiers who fought to protect the freedom that helps to make my life so good.
This week, a boy from my town was killed in Afghanistan.
45 years ago, my father died of a service-related illness that he acquired during WWII. He answered the call to help defeat the forces of true evil in the world, as did a very high percentage of Jewish-American men who were eligible for the armed services at that time. Today, I am wearing his dogtags, and on the dogtag chain, there is a small mezuzah (government issue). In one of the corners of the dogtag, there is an H, for Hebrew.
It may be the galut, and it may be flawed, but the USA is among the most wonderful countries in the world, and has been very good to its Jews.
Bless the USA and all its defenders and veterans. May Hashem give wisdom to its leaders, whether we like them or not.