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    Default Whitney Houston Dead at 48

    racing I do is going to the track I luv to watch

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    Found dead in a hotel bathtub!
    NASCAR and Dirt Motors Racin' expert!!!! Fighting the GOOD fight!!! Find the truth. It was Karl Marx who called for a “heavy progressive or graduated income tax” system in order to redistribute the wealth and establish a socialist state. Check out The Blaze on Dish channel 212 or theblaze.com for the truth.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHmdu_I_0zI

    voted one of the best National Anthem ever sung.

    Thoughts and Prayers

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    WOW she was a good singer.

    But other than that she was just a joe.

    Living a life of drugs and booze doesnt go on forever.

    Nothing against her. Tired of this celebrity crap. Just saying.

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    Unhappy Such a sad news

    Hello...
    It was such a sad news to hear. Whitney Houston will remain a great singer even though her private life wasn't such a happy one.

    RIP...

    This is Caroline by the way new to the forum... loves music, mainly violon and just starting to like racing !
    Last edited by c_heinz; 03-08-2012 at 06:09 AM.

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    I can't remember, did they fly the flags at half-staff when Elvis died. He DID serve in the military.

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    One less black drug addict in the world so not all bad... It is shameful they lowered the flags when so many have given their lives for this country and they didnt get the same respect.

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    I was upset to see that they lowered the flag for her. Especially since with her background with drugs. What is incredible was a local Marine was killed in action and they didn't lower it for them. Just sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 15jr View Post
    I was upset to see that they lowered the flag for her. Especially since with her background with drugs. What is incredible was a local Marine was killed in action and they didn't lower it for them. Just sad.

    Who didn't lower the flag??

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    Thanks for sharing great article +rep

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    Who said you could butt in?
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    Look at the bright side...she's been sober for ten days now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-towne View Post
    Who didn't lower the flag??
    Sorry P Towne missed your post. The same town that lowered the flag for Whitney did not do the same for a local Marine that was killed.

    I just did a little further research and found that Gov Christie has indeed lowered the flag for every single soldier, police officer, and fire person every killed in action in NJ. I posted on another forum and someone mentioned that a Marine was killed and they didn't lower the flag for him. I should have done my research before I posted here. My apologizes. That said I believe the flag should only be lowered for those listed above as well as State politicians ( in most cases). I do not agree with lowering the flag for celebrities no matter how great of a singer they were, unless they served in the military.
    Last edited by 15jr; 02-21-2012 at 04:16 PM.

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