Instapundit, who has this photo up today, taken in a Tennessee town
I thought we'd at least have until the Democrats took the White House before these things started popping up.
If those who empty it are intending to give unserviceable flags (torn, dirty, stained) a proper funeral--by ceremonially burning them--then the container is a good thing.
It's far better and less upsetting than finding them in a dumpster or a trash heap.
Glenn knows this undoubtedly, but I thought it needed to be said for those who don't and who may be sending him nasty-grams this second.
UPDATE: Some folks thoght that Glenn's picture was a Photoshop creation, so he posts another view of the "mail" box with its surroundings visible.
Interesting how different human perspective is on the idea of flag disposal. Those who knew little about flag protocol thought that the photo was fake; those who know more about it found the concept entirely plausible.